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1 Songwords & activity sheets for INCY WINCY SPIDER (PTCD269)

2 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Incy Wincy Spider 4 The Ugly Bug Ball 5 Ladybird Ladybird 6 The Ants Go Marching 7 Little Miss Muffet 8 Five Little Worms On The Garden Lawn 9 When I m A Butterfly 10 There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly 11 Creepy Crawlies Or Itchy Things 12 The Busy Bee Song 13 Here Is The Bee Hive 14 The Grasshopper Hop 15 Slowly Creeps The Snail 16 Slippery Slithery Snail 17 The Spider To The Fly 18 Daddy Long Legs 19 Arabella Caterpillar The Caterpillar s Up The Tree 21 Up The Wall! 22 Bugs In The Back Yard 23 Munch Munch Munch 24 A Tiny Worm 25 Under The Ground 26 Incy Wincy Spider (Reprise) 27 Activity Sheet A 28 Activity Sheet B 29 Activity Sheet C 30 Activity Sheet D

3 3 PTCD269 TRACK 1 / 24 INCY WINCY SPIDER Incy Wincy spider climbed up the waterspout Down came the rain and washed poor Incy out Out came the sunshine and dried up all the rain So Incy Wincy spider climbed up the spout again (repeat)

4 4 PTCD269 TRACK 2 / 24 THE UGLY BUG BALL Unfortunately for copyright reasons, we are unable to supply lyrics for this song.

5 5 PTCD269 TRACK 3 / 24 LADYBIRD LADYBIRD Ladybird, ladybird fly away home Your house is on fire, your children all gone All but one and her name is Ann And she crept under the frying pan

6 6 PTCD269 TRACK 4 / 24 THE ANTS GO MARCHING The ants go marching one by one, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching one by one, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching one by one The little stopped to suck his thumb And they all go marching down around the town The ants go marching two by two, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching two by two, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching two by two The little stopped to tie his shoe And they all go marching down around the town The ants go marching three by three, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching three by three, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching three by three The little one stopped to climb a tree And they all go marching down around the town The ants go marching four by four, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching four by four, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching four by four The little one stopped to shut the door And they all go marching down around the town The ants go marching five by five, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching five by five, hoorah, hoorah The ants go marching five by five The little one stopped to take a dive And they all go marching down around the town

7 7 PTCD269 TRACK 5 / 24 LITTLE MISS MUFFET Little Miss Muffet Sat on her tuffet Eating her curds and whey Along came a spider Who sat down beside her And frightened Miss Muffet away (repeat)

8 8 PTCD269 TRACK 6 / 24 FIVE LITTLE WORMS ON THE GARDEN LAWN Five little worms on the garden lawn Wriggling around at the crack of dawn Along came a magpie yum yum yum Now that little worm is in her tum Little worm, little worm Now that little worm is in her tum Four little worms on the garden lawn Wriggling around at the crack of dawn Along came a magpie yum yum yum Now that little worm is in her tum Three little worms on the garden lawn Wriggling around at the crack of dawn Along came a magpie yum yum yum Now that little worm is in her tum Two little worms on the garden lawn Wriggling around at the crack of dawn Along came a magpie yum yum yum Now that little worm is in her tum One little worm on the garden lawn Wriggling around at the crack of dawn Along came a magpie yum yum yum Now that little worm is in her tum Little worms little worms Five little worms in a magpie's tum

9 9 PTCD269 TRACK 7 / 24 WHEN I'M A BUTTERFLY I m not good looking, I m not a pretty sight Creeping and crawling, I ll give you quite a fright Caterpillar s look ferocious to keep the birds away And all the other creatures that think of me as prey But when I m a butterfly, I ll flutter by I ll soar in the air and fly in the sky And you won t believe it s me When I m a butterfly, without a lie I ll be so lovely no longer ugly What a pretty thing I ll be I m always hungry, I must have lots to eat Delicious green leaves, that s what I call a treat Caterpillars in the garden growing day by day Then to your amazement we ll change and fly away

10 10 PTCD269 TRACK 8 / 24 THERE WAS AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY Unfortunately for copyright reasons, we are unable to supply lyrics for this song.

11 11 PTCD269 TRACK 9 / 24 CREEPY CRAWLIES AND ITCHY THINGS Creepy crawlies and itchy things Hairy legs and tiny wings Long antennae and yellow rings Creepy crawlies and itchy things Look about you and you will find Lots of insects and all their kind Some are crawling and some can fly Some of them are scary don t ask me why Caterpillars and beetles too Ugly spiders that won t harm you Ladybirds and a butterfly Lots of different colours don t ask me why Watch the ants as they work all day To build a nest where their Queen will stay They fetch her food they won t let her die They all work so hard don t ask me why (chorus - repeat)

12 12 PTCD269 TRACK 10 / 24 THE BUSY BEE SONG I can see a busy busy bee Busy busy bee buzzing along I can see a busy busy bee Buzzing all day long You are such a busy busy bee Busy busy bee buzzing along You are such a busy busy bee Buzzing all day long Busy bee busy bee Won t you stop and talk to me Stay a while stop and smile Won t you spend some time with me When do you sleep busy busy bee Busy busy bee buzzing along When do you sleep busy busy bee All night long When do you sleep busy busy bee Busy busy bee buzzing along When do you sleep busy busy bee All night long When do you sleep busy busy bee Busy busy bee buzzing along When do you sleep busy busy bee All night long

13 13 PTCD269 TRACK 11 / 24 HERE IS THE BEE HIVE Here is the beehive Where are the bees? Hiding where nobody sees Watch them come creeping Out of their hive One and two and three, four, five

14 14 PTCD269 TRACK 12 / 24 THE GRASSHOPPER HOP Did you ever wish that you could jump, high in the air? Did you ever wish that you could jump, right up the stair? I know a little friend and he can jump, very far He can jump much further than you and I, ha ha ha The grasshopper hop The grasshopper hop He can jump through the grass and weeds He might jump for you The grasshopper hop The grasshopper hop If you watch him you will see That s what grasshoppers do (repeat - and repeat chorus)

15 15 PTCD269 TRACK 13 / 24 SLOWLY CREEPS THE SNAIL Slowly slowly very slowly creeps the garden snail Slowly slowly very slowly up the wooden rail Slowly slowly very slowly round the flowerbed slowly slowly very slowly under the garden shed

16 16 PTCD269 TRACK 14 / 24 SLIPPERY SLITHERY SNAIL The slippery slithery slippery snail Crawled up the side of the garden pail Went over the top and fell with a plop And wished he d had the sense to stop He got to the side and to his surprise Found that he could slip and slide He slithered around and fell to the ground And slipped away with a slurping sound Slippery slithery slippery slithery slippery slithery trail Slippery slithery slippery slithery slippery slithery snail So what can it be? When you look and see Slithery trails all silvery Asleep in his shell so comfy and well Is Mister slippery slithery snail (chorus - repeat)

17 17 PTCD269 TRACK 15 / 24 THE SPIDER TO THE FLY Come in to my parlour Said the spider to the fly I promise I won t eat you I promise you won t die I ll sit and tell you stories Of how I spin my web Come in to my parlour I promise you ll be fed You mustn t try to tempt me Came the bold reply You re a great big spider And I m just a little fly If I come in to your parlour I know for sure I ll die Hmm, I suppose you think you re clever Said the spider to the fly

18 18 PTCD269 TRACK 16 / 24 DADDY LONG LEGS Daddy long legs, daddy long legs Daddy long legs, daddy long legs Daddy long legs, daddy long legs Daddy long legs, daddy long legs Daddy long legs You don t look nice but you can t hurt me Daddy long legs It s not your fault but you re so ugly You can t fly far to close to me Daddy long legs It s not your fault that you re so scary I don t know why you must come inside Daddy long legs Make me shudder and want to hide (chorus - repeat)

19 19 PTCD269 TRACK 17 / 24 ARABELLA CATERPILLAR Little Arabella Miller Found a woolly caterpillar First it crawled upon her mother Then upon her baby brother All said Arabella Miller Take away that caterpillar

20 20 PTCD269 TRACK 18 / THE CATERPILLAR'S UP THE TREE 1 2 3, the caterpillar s up the tree 3 4 5, it s turning into a butterfly 6 7 8, take a look and you ll be too late 9 and 10, now it s flown away and you won t see it again Caterpillar creepy crawling Crawling on its way Caterpillar creepy crawling Tomorrow it ll fly away 1 2 3, the caterpillar s up the tree 3 4 5, it s turning into a butterfly 6 7 8, take a look and you ll be too late 9 and 10, now it s flown away and you won t see it again Caterpillar creepy crawling Crawling on its way Caterpillar creepy crawling Tomorrow it ll fly away 1 2 3, the caterpillar s up the tree 3 4 5, it s turning into a butterfly 6 7 8, take a look and you ll be too late 9 and 10, now it s flown away and you won t see it again

21 21 PTCD269 TRACK 19 / 24 UP THE WALL! Up the wall, up the wall They can stick on the ceiling They can stick and never fall Up the wall, up the wall They can fly around and stop And stand on anything at all On the curtains, on the door frame To a fly it s all the same On the mirror, or the table To a fly it s just a game In the bedroom, on the landing To a fly it s such a treat In the hallway, on the staircase To a fly with sticky feet (chorus - repeat)

22 22 PTCD269 TRACK 20 / 24 BUGS IN THE BACK YARD Bugs in the back yard, oh my Bugs in the greenhouse, green fly Bugs in the floorboards, not nice Bugs in the woodwork, wood lice Only a bug can spoil your day Gnat s and wasps make you run away Not very nice these creepy things Especially the ones with the buzzy wings Bugs in the back yard, oh my Bugs by the fishpond, dragonfly Bugs in the flowerbeds, just dug Bugs in the garden, slimy slug Only a bug can cause such fear It may be small but as long as it s here We don t like it and cringe you may But bugs are here and they re here to stay

23 23 PTCD269 TRACK 21 / 24 MUNCH MUNCH MUNCH Munch, munch, munch Munch, munch, munch Munching away for the whole of the day Munch, munch, munch Did you realise that Some insects eat fly s and Many eat much sweeter things Like jam and apple pies Others will no doubt go For a brussel sprout and Lettuce leaves and cabbages Are what will make them stout Did you realise that Some insects eat fly s and Many eat much sweeter things Like jam and apple pies Others will no doubt go For a brussel sprout and Lettuce leaves and cabbages Are what will make them stout

24 24 PTCD269 TRACK 22 / 24 A TINY WORM A tiny tiny worm wriggled along the ground It wriggled along like this without a sound It came to a tiny hole a tiny hole in the ground It wriggled right inside without a sound

25 25 PTCD269 TRACK 23 / 24 UNDER THE GROUND Under the ground Are all kinds of creepy crawlies Under the ground Are all kinds of creepy things Under the soil In the ground just outside your door Under the soil A strange world you can explore Under the ground Under the ground All kinds of creatures exist Just underneath where we live They seem so scary and ugly and hairy And truthfully they d not be missed Under the soil they roam Or hiding out under a stone Dug up and dirty and ever so earthy That what some insects call home All kinds of creatures exist Just underneath where we live They seem so scary and ugly and hairy And truthfully they d not be missed Under the soil they roam Or hiding out under a stone Dug up and dirty and ever so earthy That what some insects call home

26 26 PTCD269 TRACK 24 / 24 INCY WINCY SPIDER (reprise) Incy Wincy spider climbed up the waterspout Down came the rain and washed poor Incy out Out came the sunshine and dried up all the rain So Incy Wincy spider climbed up the spout again (repeat)

27 27 Incy Wincy Spider has 8 legs. 8 is a tricky number to write. Practise it here

28 28 Which bee is going into which hive? Trace the dotted lines and find out. 1 2

29 29 Practise writing the word ant. ant a a a a a n n n n n t t t t t ant ant ant ant

30 30 Look at the butterfly that the first caterpillar turns into. Colour the butterflies that the other two caterpillars will turn into.

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