1 Hello song: Hello, hello, hello *3 I am Sue Hello, hello, hello *3 I am Jack Goodbye song: Goodbye Jack and Sue. Goodbye Jack. Goodbye Sue. Goodbye Jack and Sue. Elephants and fishes: How many elephants/fishes? Elephants/fishes, elephants. How many elephants/fishes? One, two, three. Hello elephants! Hello fishes! Elephants and fishes. One, two, three. Listen to the numbers: One, two, three, Clap, clap, clap *3 Listen to he numbers Four, five, six. Tap, tap, tap *3 Listen to the numbers One, two, three, four, five, six. Clap, clap, clap, tap, tap, tap. One, two, three, four, five, six Listen to the numbers. How many monkeys?: How many monkeys? One, one! How many monkeys? One monkey! How many lions? Two, two! How many lions? Two lions! Three insects... Four fishes... Five fingers... Six apples... Little girl, little boy: Sue is a little girl, look at Sue. Jack is a little boy, look at Jack. Little girl, little girl. Look at Sue. Little boy, little boy. Look at Jack. Alphabet song: a,b,c,d,e,f,g O,p,q,r,s,t,u Sing a little song: Sing a little song *2 One, two, three h,i,j,k,l,m,n v,w,x,y,z Point to a window, point to a door. Point to the ceiling, point to the floor. A red doll : I am Sue, I have a bike And I have a red doll. I am Sue, I have a ball, A ball, a bike, a red doll. I am Jack, I have a kite And I have a black cat. I am Jack, I have a book, A book, a kite, a black cat.
2 I am a little boy: I am a little boy, hello, hello. I have a little cat, I have a cat. I have a little cat. I am a little cat, miaow, miaow, I have a little bed, I have a bed. I have a little bed. The big bag song: I have two kites, I have two kites, And a big bag. I have three dolls, I have three dolls, Two kites, and a big bag I have four balls, I have four balls, Two kites, three dolls, and a big bag. I have five books, I have five books, Two kites, three dolls, four balls and a big bag. Happy birthday: Happy birthday to you, *2 Happy birthday to ( Jack ) Happy birthday to you. Ten little robots: One little, two little, three little robots. Four little, five little, six little robots. Seven little, eight little, nine little robots. Ten little robots-boys. girls. It is my head: It is my head, my shoulders and my legs, My head, my shoulders and my legs. *3 It is my hands, my fingers and my arms. My hands, my fingers and my arms. *3 Yo-Yo s song: I have a chair and I have a bed. It is my house, it is my house. It is my chair, it is my bed, it is my house. I have a table and I have a jug. It is my house, it is my house. It is my table, it is my jug, it is my house. Zoom zoom my plane: I have a car, brum, brum my car. Listen to my little car. I have a car, brum, brum my car. My car, brum, brum my car. I have plane, zoom, zoom my plane It is my birthday: I am six. Yes, I am, I am. *3 I am a big girl. It is my birthday. I am a robot: I am a robot, look at my arms. *3 My arms go up and down. I am a robot, look at my legs. *3 My legs go up and down. I am a robot, look at my head. *3 My head goes up and down. Two sweets: I have two sweets in my bag. A white triangle and a yellow square. I have two sweets in my hand. I have two sweets in my mouth Mmmmm I have two sweets in my bag. A yellow circle and an orange square. I have two sweets in my hand. I have two sweets in my mouth Mmmmm I am five. Yes, I am, I am. *3 I am a big boy. It is my birthday.
3 Hands up: Hands up, hands down, clap,clap,clap Is it a little? Is it a big? Show me. What is it? A little pencil. 1,2 red and blue: 1,2 red and blue Up and down, yellow and down. Bow to a queen, orange and green. Look at a kite, black and white. Jack and Meg: Jack has a black cat. Listen... Miaow. Hellow. I am Meg. Look. Jack has a big bed. Meg has a little bed. Ten little fingers: I have ten little fingers. I have ten little toes. I have two ears. I have two eyes. And just one little nose. How old are you? What is your name? I m. Six, I m. Sue. What is your name?*2 My name is Sue. Doll what is this word? Doll it is doll. Read it, write it, what is this word? Yo-Yo s house: Sue has a little house. Listen... Hello. I am Yo-Yo. Yo-Yo has a little house. Look... Yo-Yo has a table. Yo-Yo has a chair. A present: X2 is a little robot. X2 has a birthday. Hello X2. Happy birthday. Here is a present. Thank you. What is it? It is a doll a robot doll! One, two: One, two, look at my shoe. Three, four, point to the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, open a gate. Nine, ten, a yellow hen. Four boxes: Jack has a lion, a monkey and an elephant. Sue has a doll. Sue has four boxes. Look it is a zoo. Ann is a name,it has a big letter. A big letter, a big letter. Ann is a name, it has a big letter. A big, big, big A The classroom rap: Clap, clap, clap, the classroom rap! Come into the classroom, listen and look! Take out your crayons, take out your book! Pick up a pencil, pick up a pen! I want you to count to ten! 1,2,3... Open a window, open a door! Clap your hands and sit on the floor! I like coffee, I like tea! I want you to rap with me! Where is Thumbkin? : Where is Thumbkin? Where is Thumbkin? Here I am. Here I am. How are you today,sir? Very well,i thank you. Run away, run away.
4 Hands and shoulders: Hands and shoulders, knees and toes. Eyes and ears and mouth and nose. Hands and shoulders,knees and toes. Caterpillar: Five green leaves are hanging on a tree. Here comes the caterpillar looking for her lunch Gobble! Gobble! Munch! Munch! Crunch! Crunch! Wyliczanka: Good morning teacher, Hello to you, It s nice to see you, How are you. Twenty in the class I can count the children in the class, I can count the boys, I can count the girls, I can count the children in the class. Clap your hands Clap your hands, clap, clap, clap! Touch your toes, touch! touch! touch! Point to your nose and point to your ears! Say it again after me! Touch your arm Number one touch your arm! Number two touch your shoe! Number three touch your knee! Number four touch the floor! This is my family This is my family Squeak-squeaky, squeak squeaky, I am a white mouse, I live in a hole. Father and mother Sister and brother We live in a hole. I m. Superkid come play with me I m. Superkid come learn with me! Teddy Bear Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, touch the ground. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn around. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, point to the door. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say hello. Pory Roku - wyliczanka Spring is green Summer is bright Autumn is yellow Winter is white Dni Tygodnia - wyliczanka Monday,tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday Puffer train, puffer train noisy little puffer train If you re going to the sea, puffer train oh please take me If you re happy and you know it clap your hands Step your feet Blink your eyes If you re happy and you know it and you really want to show it... Wyliczanka; 1,2,3 play with me 4,5,6 pick up sticks 7,8,9 walk in line A yellow doll with a green ball went to a white star in a blue and red car
5 1 potato, 2 potatoes, 3 potatoes 4, 5 potatoes, 6 potatoes, 7 potatoes more I have ten little fingers I have ten little toes I have two ears I have two eyes And just one little nose If you re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. Step your feet. Blink your eyes. If you re happy and you know it, And you really want to show it, Clap your hands. 1,2 put on your shoe 3,4 shut the door 5,6 pick up sticks 7,8 eat off a plate 9,10 say it again I d like to be a doctor, I d like to fly a plane, I d like to cut your hair, I d like to drive a crane, I d like to be a farmer, I d like to be a cook, But just before I start, I d like to read this book. The Alphabet Song A,b,c,d,e,f,g an elephant is sitting on my knee. H,i,j,k,l,m,n,o a little mouse is sitting on my toe. P,q,r,s,t,u,v I like watching cartoons on TV W,x,y,z we are singing the English alphabet. Monkeys: Five little monkeys are jumping on a bed One fell off and bumped his head Mummy called a doctor and the doctor said: No more little monkeys are jumping on the bed Four little Three little Two little One little Put those monkeys straight to bed. Dashing through the snow - kolda In a one horse open sleigh Off the fields we go Laughing all the way Bells on Bob tail ring Making spirits bright Oh, what fun it is to sing A sleighing song tonight. Jingle bells, Jingle bells Jingle all the way Oh what fun it is to ride In a one horse open sleigh. We wish you a merry... - kolda and a happy New Year! Good tidings we bring For you and your kin. and a happy New Year! The Well I fell in the well How deep? Four meters Who can help you? You!
1. Hallo, hallo Hallo, hallo it's english time, hallo, hallo it's english time. clap your hands, clap your hands it's english time, clap your hands, clap your hands it's english time. 2. Good morning Good
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