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  • Oliver Jump1:01 Oliver Jump

    Hello Kindergarten and TK students! Today I've posted three songs, two of which are spoken and have a steady beat you can pat or clap to. One is called "Number One, Touch Your Tongue", which rhymes and the second is called "Oliver Jump". It is also a speech piece that you can do the movement for fun! The third is a song called "Silly Street" that's super silly and very fun to learn! It has plenty of rhyme as well. I hope you enjoy these! This is our last week of music online! I hope you have a great summer and that I see you in class in the fall! xoxo Mrs. G

    Uploaded May 19, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Number One, Touch Your Tongue1:24 Number One, Touch Your Tongue

    Hello Kindergarten and TK students!
    Today I've posted three songs, two of which are spoken and have a steady beat you can pat or clap to. One is called "Number One, Touch Your Tongue", which rhymes and the second is called "Oliver Jump". It is also a speech piece that you can do the movement for fun! The third is a song called "Silly Street" that's super silly and very fun to learn! It has plenty of rhyme as well. I hope you enjoy these! This is our last week of music online! I hope you have a great summer and that I see you in class in the fall! xoxo Mrs. G

    Uploaded May 19, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • A Good Old Happy Song1:02 A Good Old Happy Song

    A Good Old Happy Song
    I want to sing a good old happy song
    I want every body to come on and sing along
    Singing makes you happy singing sets you free
    come on and sing this happy song with me

    I want to sing a good old happy song
    I want every body to come on and sing along
    Singing makes you happy singing sets you free
    come on and sing this happy song with me

    Uploaded May 12, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Going on a Picnic00:56 Going on a Picnic

    Going on a Picnic

    *Going on a picnic, leaving right away;
    If it doesn’t rain, we’ll stay all day.
    Question: Answer:
    1. Did you bring the hot dogs? Yes, I brought the hot dogs!
    Did you bring the salad? Yes, I brought the salad!
    Ready for a picnic? Here we go! *

    2. Did you bring the ice cream? Yes, I brought the ice cream!
    Did you bring the melon? Yes, I brought the melon!
    Ready for a picnic? Here we go!

    Uploaded May 12, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Merry-Go Round00:51 Merry-Go Round

    Merry-Go-Round

    Round, round, merry-go-round,
    Up and down, up and down;
    I’ve got the fastest horse in town,
    On my merry-go-round.
    One is white, one is black;
    One has polka dots on his back,
    Red and yellow and gray and brown,
    On my merry-go-round. On my merry-go-round.


    Merry-Go-Round Poem
    By Dorothy Baruch
    I climbed up on the merry-go-round,
    And it went round and round.
    I climbed up on a big brown horse
    And it went up and down
    Around and round
    And up and down,
    Around and round,
    And up and down,
    I sat high up
    On a big brown horse
    And rode around
    On the merry-go-round
    And rode around
    On the merry-go-round
    I rode around
    On the merry-go-round
    Around
    And around
    And
    Round.

    Uploaded May 04, 2020
  • 00:53 Old King Cole

    Old King Cole

    Old King Cole

    Was a merry old soul,

    And a merry old soul was he,

    He called for his pipe,

    And he called for his bowl,

    And he called for his fiddlers three.

    Every fiddler, he had a fiddle,

    And a very fine fiddle had he;

    Oh, there’s none so rare,

    As can compare

    With King Cole and his fiddlers three.

    Uploaded Apr 24, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • London Bridge00:60 London Bridge

    London Bridge

    1. London bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down,

    London bridge is falling down, my fair lady.

    2. Build it up with iron bars, iron bars, iron bars,

    Building it up with iron bars, my fair lady.

    3. Iron bars will bend and break, bend and break, bend and break,

    Iron bars will bend and break, my fair lady.

    4. Build it up with silver and gold, silver and gold, silver and gold,

    Build it up with silver and gold, my fair lady.

    Uploaded Apr 24, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Spring Has Sprung1:24 Spring Has Sprung

    Spring has Sprung

    Flowers grow on my window sill; I have a rose and a daffodil.

    Can you hear the birdies trill? Spring has sprung!

    I can go to the park today, play in the sun ‘cause I love to play.

    I love April! I love May! Spring has sprung! (Repeat)

    Uploaded Apr 24, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Six Little Ducks1:35 Six Little Ducks

    Six Little Ducks
    Verse 1
    Six little ducks that I once knew,
    Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones, too,
    *But the one little duck with a feather in his back,
    He led the others with a quack, quack, quack -- quack, quack, quack;
    He led the others with a quack, quack, quack -- quack, quack, quack.

    Verse 2
    Down to the river they would go;
    Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, to and fro, *

    Verse 3
    Home from the river they would come,
    Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, ho-hum-hum, *

    Ducks in the Rain
    By James S. Tippett

    Ducks are dabbling in the rain,
    Dibbling, dabbling in the rain.
    Drops of water from each back
    Scatter as ducks flap and quack.
    I can only stand and look
    From my window at the brook,
    For I cannot flap and quack
    And scatter raindrops from my back.

    Uploaded Apr 06, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten
  • Fuzzy Caterpillar Song00:57 Kindergarten - Fuzzy Caterpillar

    Fuzzy Caterpillar
    Verse 1
    Fuzzy, fuzzy caterpillar crawling, crawling by,
    Don’t you know that someday you will be a butterfly?
    Don’t you know that someday you will be a butterfly?

    Verse 2
    Tiny, tiny pollywog swimming ‘round the log,
    Don’t you know that someday you’ll grow up to be a frog?
    Don’t you know that someday you’ll grow up to be a frog?

    The Caterpillar Poem
    By Douglas Florian

    The caterpillar’s not a cat.
    It’s very small
    And short and fat,
    And with those beady little eyes
    Will never win a beauty prize.
    The caterpillar’s brain is small –
    It only knows to eat and crawl.
    But for this creepy bug don’t cry,
    It soon will be a butterfly.

    Uploaded Apr 06, 2020. Also listed in Kindergarten