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To school we will go




To school we will go (2)


Everyday in the morning to school we will go.

To school we will run (2)

Everyday in the morning to school we will run

To school we will walk (2)

Everyday in the morning to school we will walk





Friends


I like my friends,


So when we are at play,

I try to be very kind,

And nice in every way.





The more we get together, together,


The more we get together, the happier we’ll be.

For your friends are my friends,

And my friends are your friends,

The more we get together, the happier we’ll be.



The Day Of The Week



There are seven days (2) in the week (2)


Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday (and Saturday) (2)






A B C D E F G



A B C D E F G,


H I J K L M N O P,

Q R S T U V, W X Y and Z

Now I know my A B C

Tell me what you think of ME.





Let’s share!




It’s mine but you can have some, with you I’d like to share it.


Cause if I share it with you you’ll have some too.

But if I have cake to eat, if a have a tasty treat, if you come to me and ask, I’ll give some to you.

And if I have a book to read, if I have a block you need, if you come to me and ask, I’ll share it with you.




This is the way




1-   This is the way I wash my face,


Wash my face, wash my face,

This is the way I wash my face,

So early in the morning.

2 -   Comb my hair

3 -   Brush my teeth

4 -   Put on my clothes

5 -   Go to school.





What are you wearing?



Sally’s wearing a red dress, red dress, red dress.


Sally’s wearing a red dress all day long.

Sally’s wearing a blue jeans, a blue jeans, a blue jeans,

Sally’s wearing a blue jeans all day long.

What are you wearing?



Barber



Once in a month


With a hop, hop, hop

Hop, hop, hop, (2)

Off I go to the barber’s shop

Hop, hop, hop

Off I go to the barber’s shop.





I can do



I have five little fingers on each hand.


Ten toes on both feet;

Two ears, two eyes, one nose, mouth.

With which I gently speak.

My hands can clap

My feet can tap,

My eyes can brightly;

My ears can hear;

My nose can smell

My mouth can sing rhyme










I can



1-             I can wash my face, I can brush my teeth,


I can clap my hands, I can touch my feet.

You can do these things, but can’t you see,

No matter what you do, you can’t catch me.

2 – I can ride my bike, I can swim in the sea,

I can sail my out, I can climb a tree

You can do these things, but can’t you see,

No matter what you do, you can’t catch me.





Upon My Head




Upon my head, my hands I place


On my shoulders, at my face

On my waist by my side

Then on my back I’ll hide

Then I raise my hands up high

Let them like the little birds fly

Then I clap 1,2,3

Fold my hands and see how quiet can they be.



Head and Shoulders



Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,


Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose,

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.








Walking, Walking





Walking, walking, walking, walking,


Hop, hop, hop, hop, hop, hop,

Running, running, running, running, running, running,

Now, let’s stop, now let’s stop.





If You’re Happy and You Know It




1- If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands (2)


If you’re happy and you know it,

Then you’re face is goanna show it.

If you’re happy & you know it clap your hands

2- stomp your feet.

3- Shout hooray.

4- Do all three.

I am Turning



I am turning, I am turning,


Round and round, round and round

First I go one way,

Then I go the other way,

Touch the ground, now sit down.





Looby loo



Here we go loobe loo,    


Here we go loobe light,

Here we go loobe loo,

All on a Saturday night.

1- you put your right hand in,

you put your right hand out,

you give your right hand a shake, shake,  shake,

and turn yourself around. Oh,

2-  left hand  3- right foot  4- left foot  5- head  6- whole

Ring around the rosy



1-ring around the rosy. Pocket full of posies.


Ashes,  ashes, we all fall down.

2-Tiptoe round the rosy…

3-Skip…

4-Hop…

Little Cabin In The Wood

5-Run…




little cabin in the wood,


little deer by the window stood,

little rabbit hopping by,

Knocking at the door.

“Help me! Help me deer!” He said,

“ fore the farmer bops my head.”

“Come on in,” the little deer cried,

“Warm up by the fire.”











My Turtle








This is my turtle


He liver in a shell,

He likes his home very well,

He pokes his head out

When he wants to eat,

And pulls it back in when

He wants to sleep.



Baby Bird








Here’s a baby birdie; He’s hatching from his shell.


Out comes his head, and then comes his tail.

Now his legs he stretches, His wings he gives a flap.

Then he flies and flies and flies, now what do you think of that down, down, down, down, down, down, down, down, Boom!

 
Animal Poem







It’s a little kitty, It love to tippy toe.


Won’t you do it with her? Ready now, let’s go.

It’s a little rabbit, It loves to hop, hop, hop,

Come on and do it with him. It’s fun; we’ll try not to stop

It’s a great big elephant; it takes big steps so slow

It’s fun to have us join it,

Ready now, let’s go.













It’s A Flower








It’s a flower  


It’s a flower

See it grow,

Sun and rain together

Make good growing weather

Don’t you know

How it grows.


Dig a little Hole







Dig a little hole,


Plant a little seed,

Pour a little water,

Pull a little weed,

Chase a little bug

High – ho, there he goes!

With a little sunshine,

Grow a little rose.



1 2 3 4 5





1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Once I caught a fish live.

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Then I let it go again.

Why did you let it go?

Cause it bet my finger so.

Which finger did it bite?

This little finger on my right.









I Can Count






I can count, want to see?


Here’s my finger, One two, three.

Four and five. This hand is done.

Now I’ll count the other one.

Six, seven, eight and nine.

Just one more. I’m doing fine.

The last little finger is number ten.

Now I’ll count them all again.

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine and

Ten Little Fingers

Ten.






One little, two little, three little fingers,


Four little, five little, six little fingers,

Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers,

Ten fingers on my hands.



One Two








·                  One, two, buckle my shoe.


Three, four, shut the door.

Five, six, pick up sticks.

Seven, eight, lay them straight.

Nine, ten, a big fat hen.

















This Old Man








1-             This old man, he played one,


He played nick- neck on my thumb;

With a nick – neck paddy whack.

Give a dog a bone,

This old man came rolling home.

2-             This old man, he played two,

He played nick – neck on my shoe..

3-             … three … on my knee

4-             … four … on my door

5-             … five … on my hive

6-              … six … on my sticks

7-             … seven … up to eleven

8-             … eight … on my gate

9-             … nine … on my spine

10-    … ten … once again

 
Down By the Station







Down by the station, early in the morning,


See the little buffer bellies all in a row,

See the engine driver pull the little handle,

“chug, chug, toot, toot!” off we go!





The Wheels on the bus








1-    The wheels on the bus go round and round


Round and round, round and round.

The wheels on the bus go round and round all through the town.

2-             The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish

3-             The horn on the bus goes honk, honk, honk

4-             The money on the bus goes clink, clink, clink

5-             The people on the bus go up & down,

up & down, up & down

6-             The driver on the bus goes “move on back!

move on back move on back.

7-             The babies on the bus go waa, waa, waa,

8-             The mothers on the bus go sh, sh, sh.



Here Is A Car






Here is a car, shiny and bright.


This is the windshield that let’s in the light.

Here are the wheels that go round and round

I sit in the back seat and not make a sound.





Row Your Boat








Row, row, row, your boat


Gently down the steam.

Merily, merily, merily,

Life is not a dream!







Old MacDonald Had A








1-    Old MacDonald had a farm, E, I, E, I, O!


And on this farm he had some chicks, E, I, E, I, O!

With a chick, chick here, and a chick, chick there,

Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick,

Old MacDonald had a farm, E, I, E, I, O!

2-    …ducks, quack, quack,

3-    …cow – moo, moo

4-    …horse – neigh, neigh

5-  …sheep – baa, baa           





Farm Sound








The cow in the barn goes moo, moo, moo


Moo, moo, moo.    Moo, moo, moo,
The cow in the barn goes moo, moo, moo

All around the farm.



The hens in the coop go cluck, cluck, cluck.


The rooster on the fence goes cock-a- doodle- doodle

The ducks in the pond go quack, quack, quack,

The lambs on the hill go baa, baa, baa,







The Farmers










We are working on the farm,


On the farm, on the farm.

Oh, we are working on the farm,

So early in the morning.

1-   This is the way we feed the cows….

2-   This is the way we ride the horses….


Mary had little lamb








Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb,


Mary had a little lamb its fleece as white as snow

And everywhere that Mary went, Mary went, Mary went,

And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go



It followed her to school one day, school one day, school one day


It followed her to school one day that was against the rules.

It made the children laugh and play (2) to see a lamb that small







This Little Cow






This little cow eats grass,


This little cow eats hay;

This little cow drinks water,

This little cow runs away

This little cow dose nothing

But lies and sleeps all day.



Are You Listening?








Are you listening (2)


To the cow (2)

Hear the cow calling (2)

Moo- moo – moo (2)

Duck        quack

Sheep       Baa

Hen           cluck



To The Zoo






Mummy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow,


zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow,

Mummy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow,

We can stay all day.

1-   We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo, how about you, you, you?

You can come too, too, too. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo.



2-   Look at all the monkeys, swinging in the trees,


swinging in the trees, swinging in the trees,

Look at all the monkeys, swinging in the trees, we can stay all day.

3-   Look at all the crocodiles swimming in the water…





The Elephant








The elephant is so big and fat,


He walks like  this, he walks like that,

He has no fingers, he has no toes

But, oh my God, what a nose!







Skidamarink








Skidamarink a- dink a- dink, Skidamarink a- doo, I love you..


Skidamarink a- dink a- dink, Skidamarink a- doo, I love you..

I love you in the morning and in the afternoon,

I love you in the evening and underneath the moon,

Oh, Skidamarink a- dink a- dink, Skidamarink a- doo, I love       

You..