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Architect: Songs About Professions

by StoryBots


When there's an office or a house to build,
An architect is highly skilled

At designing a building, whether curvy or square,
And drawing up a blueprint showing what goes where.

For any kind of building like a school or a mall,
Or something really fancy like a symphony hall,
Or a big apartment tower that's a thousand feet tall,

The architect makes up the plans.
The architect makes up the plans!

Now buildings come in every kind,
And each one needs its own design.

So a supermarket's boxy while a stadium's round,
And they must be strong and sturdy so they won't fall down.

A good imagination is an architect's guide.
A building might have columns or a fountain inside!
And when it's done, the architect is bursting with pride.

The architect makes up the plans.
The architect makes up the plans!




Water Fountain Design

An elaborate fountain

The next time you walk past a fountain, ask someone to describe its beautiful design!


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