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1 Rhymes to Share with your Baby Contents Welcome Songs... 3 Welcome today little Starshine..3 Hi, hello..3 Standing and Action Songs... 3 If you re happy and you know it..3 Heads and shoulders, knees and toes..4 Teddy bear, Teddy bear..4 I m a little teapot..4 Ring a ring a rosies..4 Here we go round the mulberry bush..4 Sitting Action Songs... 5 Old MacDonald had a farm..5 Two little dickie birds..5 Rock-a-bye baby..5 Zoom zoom zoom..6 Der glumph..6 Open, shut them..6 Open, shut them..6 Traditional Rhymes 7 Incy, wincy spider..7 Twinkle, twinkle, little star..7 Baa baa black sheep..7 Humpty Dumpty..7 Little Bo Peep..7 Mary had a little lamb..7 Little Miss Muffet..8 Hickory, dickory, dock!...8 Number Songs... 8 One, two, three, four, five..8 Five in a bed..9 1, 2 buckle my shoe..9 One little, two little..9 1

2 Mr Crocodile..10 Johnny works with one hammer..10 This old man..11 Ten fat sausages..11 Body Awareness This little piggy..12 The moon..12 I have ten little fingers..12 I have two eyes..12 A flea..12 Where is Thumbkin?...13 Put your hands in the air..13 Lap Jogs Boing, boing..14 A road..14 Tick tock, tick tock..14 This is the way the ladies ride..15 The wheels on the bus..15 Row, row, row your boat..16 Quiet Times Round and round the garden..16 Grandma's glasses..16 Little Boy Blue..16 Goodbye Tickle..17 Goodbye, goodbye..17 If you re happy and you know it..17 Resources..17 2

3 Welcome Songs Actions Children will be encouraged to participate in a group, include others, listen and respond. Welcome today little Starshine Welcome today friends of mine Welcome today little star shine Welcome today friends of mine Welcome today little star shine Hi, hello (sung to London Bridge) Hi, hello and how are you How are you, how are you Hi, hello and how are you How are you today Hold both hands out in welcome to the group Wave with left hand Wave with right hand Wave with left hand Wave with right hand Standing and Action Songs Actions Children will be encouraged to move, sequence (what comes next?), recall (I remember that!) and increase their self awareness. Begin by standing up if you have toddlers that want to follow along If you re happy and you know it If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it then you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it touch your nose (touch nose) If you're happy and you know it touch your nose (touch nose) If you're happy and you know it and you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it touch your nose. (touch nose) If you're happy and you know it tap your feet (tap, tap) If you're happy and you know it tap your feet (tap, tap) If you're happy and you know it and you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it tap your feet. (tap, tap) If you're happy and you know it wave hello (wave hello to everyone) If you're happy and you know it wave hello (wave hello) If you're happy and you know it and you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it wave hello. (wave hello) Clap baby s hands gently together Touch baby s nose gently with their hand or finger Tap baby s feet gently on the floor Wave baby s hand 3

4 Heads and shoulders, knees and toes Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes, knees and toes Heads and shoulders, knees and toes We all clap hands together Eyes and ears and mouth and nose Mouth and nose, mouth and nose Eyes and ears and mouth and nose We all clap hands together Teddy bear, Teddy bear Teddy bear, Teddy bear, turn around Teddy bear, Teddy bear, touch the ground Teddy bear, Teddy bear, stand up high Teddy bear, Teddy bear, touch the sky Teddy bear, Teddy bear, touch your shoe Teddy bear, Teddy bear, I love you Touch head, shoulders, knees, and toes as they are sung Clap hands Touch eyes, ears, mouth and nose as they are sung Clap hands Standing up turn in a 360 circle Bend over and touch floor Stand on tip toes Stretch both arms up high Bend and touch shoe Parent hugs child or child hugs self I m a little teapot I m a little teapot short and stout Here is my handle here is my spout When I get all steamed up then I shout Tip me over pour me out Ring a ring a rosies Ring a ring a rosies A pocket full of posies A tishoo, a tishoo We all fall down Cows are in the meadows Eating buttercups A tishoo, a tishoo We all jump up! Here we go round the mulberry bush Here we go round the mulberry bush The mulberry bush, the mulberry bush Here we go round the mulberry bush So early in the morning This is the way we clap our hands Clap our hands, clap our hands This is the way we clap our hands So early in the morning This is the way we brush our teeth Brush our teeth, brush our teeth This is the way we brush our teeth So early in the morning 4

5 This is the way we brush our hair Brush our hair, brush our hair This is the way we brush our hair So early in the morning Here we go round the mulberry bush The mulberry bush, the mulberry bush Here we go round the mulberry bush So early in the morning Sitting Action Songs Actions Children will be encouraged to participate in a group, listen and respond, to sequence (what comes next?) and recall (I remember that!). Old MacDonald had a farm Old MacDonald had a farm Ee i ee i o And on his farm he had some chicks Ee i ee i o With a cluck cluck here And a cluck cluck there Here a cluck, there a cluck Everywhere a cluck cluck Old MacDonald had a farm Ee i ee i o Tap hands along to the beat Have everyone say the sounds Add in other animals like: Cows moo-moo Pigs oink-oink Dogs woof-woof Cats meow-meow Sheep baa-baa Horses neigh-neigh Two little dickie birds Two little dickie birds sitting on a wall One named Peter and one named Paul Fly away Peter Fly away Paul Come back Peter Come back Paul With index finger raised start with hand in front of you Bend each finger in turn Take away one hand behind back Take away other hand as above Bring first hand back Bring second hand back Rock-a-bye baby Rock a bye baby on the tree top When the wind blows the cradle will rock When the bough breaks the cradle will fall And down will come baby, cradle and all 5

6 Zoom zoom zoom Zoom zoom zoom, we re going to the moon If you want to take a trip, climb aboard my rocket ship Zoom zoom zoom, we re going to the moon Five, four, three, two, one BLAST OFF! Bounce on lap Zoom baby upwards Der glumph Der glumph went the little green frog one day Der glumph went the little green frog Der glumph went the little green frog one day And the frog went glumph, glumph, glumph! But we all know frogs go (clap) La de da de dah (clap) La de da de dah (clap) La de da de dah (clap) We all know frogs go (clap) La de da de dah (clap) They don t go glumph glumph glumph! Open, shut them Open, shut them Open, shut them Give a little clap Open, shut them, open, shut them Lay them in your lap Creep them, creep them Creep them, creep them Right up to your chin Open up your little mouth But do not let them in Open, shut them Open, shut them, open, shut them Give a little clap Open, shut them, open, shut them Lay them in your lap Open, shut them, open, shut them Give them all a shake Open, shut them, open, shut them Keep them wide awake Open, shut them, open, shut them Don t get in a muddle Open, shut them, open, shut them Give your friends a cuddle Open and close hands Clap Fold hands in lap Fingers crawl up chest to chin Open mouth Quickly put hands behind back Start with your hands in a fist with your fingers facing away from you. Follow along. As above Stretch arms out wide and close them like you are going to clap. Wrap arms around child 6

7 Traditional Rhymes Actions Children will be encouraged to learn hand-eye coordination, sequence (what comes next?), and recall (I remember that!). Incy, wincy spider Incy, wincy spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sunshine and dried up all the rain so Incy, wincy spider climbed up the spout again Twinkle, twinkle, little star Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Hold one arm up for the spout Run fingers up arm for spider Put hands above head for rain Make sun with arms Hold one arm up for the spout Run fingers up arm for spider Hold hands about head height and wiggle your fingers. Stretch arms up above head and put fingers and thumbs together to make a diamond. Hold hands about head height and wiggle your fingers Baa baa black sheep Baa baa black sheep Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir Three bags full One for the master And one for the dame And one for the little boy Who lives down the lane Count the bags off on your fingers Humpty Dumpty Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall All the kings horses, and all the kings men Couldn't put Humpty together again Little Bo Peep Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep And doesn't know where to find them Leave them alone, and they'll come home Wagging their tails behind them Mary had a little lamb Mary had a little lamb Little lamb, little lamb Mary had a little lamb Its fleece was white as snow 7

8 Everywhere that Mary went Mary went, Mary went 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 Which was against the rules It made the children laugh and play Laugh and play, laugh and play It made the children laugh and play To see a lamb at school Little Miss Muffet Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet Eating her curds and whey Along came a spider, and sat down beside her And frightened Miss Muffet away Hickory, dickory, dock! Hickory, dickory, dock! The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down Hickory, dickory, dock! Hickory dickory dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck two The mouse said, Boo Hickory dickory dock! Hickory dickory dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck three, The mouse went, Wee Hickory dickory dock! Hold one arm up for the clock Run other fingers up arm for mouse Hold one finger on clock hand Run fingers down arm for mouse Hold one finger on clock hand & swing finger left and right like an upside down clock pendulum Hold one arm up for the clock Run other fingers up arm for mouse Hold two fingers on clock hand Place hands around mouth Hold one arm up for the clock Run other fingers up arm for mouse Hold three fingers on clock hand Slide other hand down clock like a slippery slide Number Songs Actions Children will be encouraged to learn number recognition, counting, sequence (what comes next?), and recall (I remember that!). One, two, three, four, five One, two, three, four, five Once I caught a fish alive Six, seven, eight, nine, ten Count with fingers Pretend to catch fish Count with fingers 8

9 Then I let him go again "Why did you let him go?" "Because he bit my finger so!" "Which finger did he bite?" "This little finger on my right" Five in a bed There were five in a bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and one fell out There were four in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and one fell out There were three in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and one fell out There were two in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and one fell out Wave hands back and forth like fish swimming Shrug shoulders Bite in the direction of finger Shrug shoulders Wave little finger on right hand Hold up five fingers Roll hands over each other Hold up four fingers Roll hands over each other Hold up three fingers Roll hands over each other Hold up two fingers Roll hands over each other There was one in the bed and the little one said "Good night!" Hold up one finger 1, 2 buckle my shoe 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 One little, two little One little Two little Three little apples Four little Five little Six little apples Seven little Eight little Nine little apples Ten little apples for girls and boys. Make motion to buckle a shoe Use one hand to shut a door Lean over and pick up sticks Keep hands straight Hold hands out and make a circle Sway from side to side Sung to 10 little Indians Raise a finger for each number 9

10 Mr Crocodile Five little monkeys swinging from a tree Teasing Mr Crocodile, You can t catch me! Along came Mr Crocodile, quiet as can be..snap! Four little monkeys swinging from a tree Teasing Mr Crocodile, You can t catch me! Along came Mr Crocodile, quiet as can be..snap! Three little monkeys swinging from a tree Teasing Mr Crocodile, You can t catch me! Along came Mr Crocodile, quiet as can be..snap! Two little monkeys swinging from a tree Teasing Mr Crocodile, You can t catch me! Along came Mr Crocodile, quiet as can be..snap! One little monkey swinging from a tree Teasing Mr Crocodile, You can t catch me! Along came Mr Crocodile, quiet as can be SNAP!... MISSED ME! Johnny works with one hammer Johnny works with one hammer One hammer, one hammer Johnny works with one hammer Then he works with two Johnny works with two hammers Two hammers, two hammers Johnny works with two hammers Then he works with three Johnny works with three hammers Three hammers, three hammers Johnny works with three hammers Then he works with four Johnny works with four hammers Four hammers, four hammers Johnny works with four hammers Then he goes to sleep Show five fingers Scratch like a monkey Fingers in ears and flap them Make crocodile mouth with arms Snap arms together Show four fingers Scratch like a monkey etc Show three fingers etc Show two fingers etc Show one finger Scratch like a monkey Fingers in ears and flap them Make crocodile mouth with arms Snap arms together and arms up like a cheer Hammer with one hand Hammer with both hands Hammer with both hands and one foot Hammer with both hands and both feet Lay head on hands as if going to sleep 10

11 This old man This old man, he played one He played Nick Nack on my drum! With a Nick Nack Paddy Whack! Give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man, he played two He played Nick Nack on my shoe! With a Nick Nack Paddy Whack! Give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man, he played three He played Nick Nack on my knee! With a Nick Nack Paddy Whack! Give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man, he played four He played Nick Nack on my door! With a Nick Nack Paddy Whack! Give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home This old man, he played five He played Nick Nack on my tie! With a Nick Nack Paddy Whack! Give a dog a bone This old man came rolling home Ten fat sausages Ten fat sausages sitting in the pan One went pop, and another went bang! Eight fat sausages sitting in the pan One went pop, and another went bang! Six fat sausages sitting in the pan One went pop, and another went bang! Four fat sausages sitting in the pan One went pop, and another went bang! Two fat sausages sitting in the pan One went pop, and another went bang! Hold up one finger Clap hands Tumble hands Hold up two fingers Tap shoe Tumble hands Hold up three fingers Tap knee Tumble hands. Hold up four fingers Pretend to knock on a door Tumble hands Hold up five fingers Pretend to tighten a tie Tumble hands Hold up 10 fingers Clap on the word bang Hold up 8 fingers Clap on the word bang Hold up 6 fingers Clap on the word bang Hold up 4 fingers Clap on the word bang Hold up 2 fingers Clap on the word bang 11

12 Body awareness Actions Children will be encouraged to develop a sense of self awareness, sequence (what comes next?), and recall (I remember that!). This little piggy This little piggy went to market This little piggy stayed home This little piggy had roast beef This little piggy had none This little piggy cried "Wee, wee, wee, wee!" all the way home Wiggle child s big toe Wiggle child s second toe Wiggle child s third toe Wiggle child s fourth toe Wiggle child s little toe The moon The moon is as round As round can be Two eyes A nose And a mouth Like me! Run finger around baby s face two times Touch baby s eyes Touch baby s nose Touch baby s mouth Place your hand on your chest I have ten little fingers I have ten little fingers and ten little toes Two little arms and one little nose One little mouth and two little ears Two little eyes for smiles and tears One little head and two little feet One little chin, that s baby complete I have two eyes I have two eyes to see with I have two feet to run I have two hands to wave with And nose I have but one I have two ears to hear with And a tongue to say "Good day". A flea On my foot there is a flea Now he s climbing up on me Past my belly Past my nose On my head where my hair grows On my head there is a flea Now he s climbing down on me Past my belly Past my knee Use baby s hands and arms Have baby facing parent Wiggle fingers & touch toes Hold arms up high, then touch nose, mouth and ears Cover and quickly uncover eyes smiling back at baby. Then touch head, feet and chin Point to eyes Shake feet Wave hands Point to nose Cup ears with hands Touch their foot Climb fingers up their leg Continue climbing fingers up Pat their head Climb fingers down Continue climbing fingers down 12

13 On my foot Take that, you flea Where is Thumbkin? Where is Thumbkin? Where is Thumbkin? Here I am Here I am How are you this morning? Very well, I thank you Run away Run away Touch their foot Clap hands together Bring right hand to front, with thumb up Bring left hand to front, with thumb up Wiggle thumbs as if they're 'talking' to each other Hide right hand behind back Hide left hand behind back Where is Pointer?... Where is Middle Man?... Where is Ring Man?... Where is Pinkie?... Put your hands in the air Put your hands in the air, in the air Put your hands in the air, in the air Put your hands in the air and leave them right there Put your hands in the air, in the air Put your hand on your nose, on your nose Put your hand on your nose, on your nose Put your hand on your nose, that s where the cold wind blows Put your hand on your nose, on your nose Put your hands round your eyes, round your eyes Put your hands round your eyes, round your eyes Put your hands round your eyes, it makes a good disguise Put your hands round your eyes, round your eyes Put your hand on your cheek, on your cheek Put your hand on your cheek, on your cheek Put your hand on your cheek and leave it there a week Put your hand on your cheek, on your cheek Put your hand on your ear, on your ear Put your hand on your ear, on your ear Put your hand on your ear and leave it there a year Put your hand on your ear, on your ear 13

14 Lap Jogs Actions Children will be encouraged to develop a sense of self awareness, sequence (what comes next?), recall (I remember that!) and spatial awareness. Boing, boing Boing, boing, squeak Boing, boing, squeak A bouncy mouse was in the house She's been here for a week She bounces in the kitchen She bounces in the den She bounces in the living room Oops, there she goes again! A Road A smooth road, a smooth road A smooth road, a smooth road A bumpy road, a bumpy road A bumpy road, a bumpy road A rough road, a rough road A rough road, a rough road A hole! Tick tock, tick tock Tick tock, tick tock I'm a little cuckoo clock Tick tock, tick tock, Stop! What time is it? It's one o'clock! Cuckoo! Tick tock, tick tock I'm a little cuckoo clock Tick tock, tick tock. Stop! What time is it? It's two o'clock! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Tick tock, tick tock I'm a little cuckoo clock Tick tock, tick tock, Stop! What time is it? It's three o'clock! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Gently bounce child on lap Bounce on left leg only Bounce on right leg only Bounce on left leg Bounce in middle With baby on your knees, stroke baby s legs on each side on a smooth road Bounce baby gently on the bumpy road The road is a little more bumpy Baby falls in the space between your legs. Rock child from side to side Stop rocking Bounce child up once or lift in air Rock child from side to side Stop rocking Bounce child up twice Rock child from side to side Stop rocking Bounce child up three times 14

15 This is the way the ladies ride This is the way the ladies ride Trippetty tee! Trippetty tee! This is the way the ladies ride Trippetty, trippetty tee! This is the way the gentleman ride Gallopy-gallop! Gallopy-gallop! This is the way the gentleman ride Gallopy-gallopy-gallop! This is the way the farmers ride Hobbledy-hoy! Hobbledy-hoy! And D-O-W-N into the ditch! The wheels on the bus 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 the way to town The children on the bus go up and down Up and down, up and down The children on the bus go up and down All the way to town The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep Beep beep beep, beep beep beep The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep All the way to town The wipers on the bus goes swish swish swish Swish swish swish, swish swish swish The wipers on the bus goes swish swish swish All the way to town The doors on the bus go open and shut Open and shut, open and shut The doors on the bus go open and shut All the way to town The driver on the bus goes shh shh shh Shh shh shh, shh shh shh The driver on the bus goes shh shh shh All the way to town Bounce baby gently Bounce baby fast Bounce baby slow Open legs & child falls Tumble arms Tumble arms Tumble arms Raise up and down in seat Raise up and down in seat Raise up and down in seat Beep horn Beep horn Beep horn Swish one arm like a wiper Swish one arm like a wiper Swish one arm like a wiper Place fingers of each hand together and open arms out like doors Finger to lip for shushing movement Finger to lip for shushing movement Finger to lip for shushing movement 15

16 Row, row, row your boat Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream Row, row, row your boat underneath the sea Ha, ha, fooled you all I m a submarine Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream If you see a crocodile Don t forget to scream AAHHHHH!! Quiet Times Round and round the garden Round and round the garden Like a teddy bear, One step, two steps Tickle you under there! Round and round the garden Like a little mouse One step, two steps In his little house Grandma's glasses Here are Grandma's glasses Here is Grandma's hat This is the way she folds her hands Then lays them in her lap Here are Grandpa's glasses Here is Grandpa's hat This is the way she folds his hands And has a little nap Actions Trace circle in baby s palm Walk fingers up baby s arm Give baby a tickle Trace circle in baby s palm Walk fingers up baby s arm Give baby a tickle Ring fingers and thumbs around eyes Hand on head Fold hands in lap Ring fingers and thumbs around eyes Hand on head Fold hands in lap Nod head Little Boy Blue Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn The sheep's in the meadow, the cows in the corn Where is the boy who looks after the sheep? He's under the hay stack, fast asleep Rock left and right 16

17 Goodbye Tickle Tickle for your toes Tickle for your nose Tickle for your tummy where the watermelon goes Arms go low, arms go high A great big hug to say goodbye! Goodbye, goodbye (sung to London Bridge) Goodbye, goodbye we ll see you soon See you soon, see you soon Goodbye, goodbye we ll see you soon See you another day Actions Tickle baby s toes Tickle baby s nose Tickle baby s tummy Raise baby s arms Hug baby Wave baby s hand If you re happy and you know it If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it then you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it clap your hands (clap, clap) If you're happy and you know it wave goodbye (wave goodbye to everyone) If you're happy and you know it wave goodbye (wave goodbye) If you're happy and you know it and you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it wave goodbye (wave goodbye) Resources Here is a list of websites you may find helpful when learning new rhymes. Kings County Library Under Tell me a Story click on videos on YouTube. Look through the pod casts of staff actually saying the rhymes and doing the actions. Music Factory Great for finding out the rhythm and tunes used for rhymes. Super Simple Song Channel Click on Just for Fun and Super Simple Classroom videos for ideas and actions. Story Blocks Watch library staff talk you through a number of rhymes. Produced by Colorado Libraries 17

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