Warabe-uta songs are the children' s songs that are sung naturally when children play or attend events in their daily lives. Warabe-uta is handed down from generation to generation through children' s play. And each warabe-uta song shows its or regional diversity in different areas, even if it has the same music and title. Melodies and texts thereby become different because there are differences in vernacular presentation and local cultures. Nowadays, there are only a few warabe-uta songs in school music textbooks, and they are not necessarily suitable for the regions where do not accustomed to their dialects and melodies. Thus the purpose of this paper is twofold. Firstly, we try to find out what warabeuta songs teachers in elementary schools in Tajima area teach and how. Secondly, we try to show the importance of using warabe-uta songs suitable for the regions, by making a teaching plan for warabeuta in Tajima area in Hyogo prefecture as a model.