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1 -Transitions- Teacher Edition By: Elizabeth May, Kaci Richards, Rachel Pool, Haley Minyard

2 Welcome To School (welcome) We welcome you to school today, School today, School today, (Wave hand up and towards you) We welcome you to school today, (Wave hand up and towards you) Please come in and play. (Give neighbor high-five) We're glad to have you here today, here today, here today. (Shake hands with neighbor) We're glad to have you here today, here today, here today. (Shake hands with different neighbor) Yes, it's a special day. (Firework Circle with hands) Source: Transition Songs to Keep the Classroom Moving by Stephany Springer Motions added by Rachel, Haley, Elizabeth and Kaci

3 Lets Make a Circle (come to the circle) Make a circle, make a circle (Start forming your circle with arms while moving to the circle) Big and round (Circle with arms above head) Big and round (Circle with arms in front of belly) Everybody join hands, (Hold hands with one neighbor) Everybody join hands (Hold hands with another neighbor) Let's sit down, let's sit down! (Sit down while holding hands) Source: Transition Songs to Keep the Classroom Moving by Stephany Springer Motions added by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci and Rachel

4 What do we do? (helper) ( Child Name) points to self with thumbs, class points to him Show us what to do, March in place What to do, March in place what to do. (Child Name) points to self with thumbs, class points at him Show us what to do. march in place Tell us when to stop place hands outward in a “stop” signal [Child shows class one clean up activity, then when class is done, he or she picks out a new helper and the song continues, new helper needs to be the opposite gender.] Shelby, Barbara. (June 13, 2009) Transitions for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Kid Activities. Retrieved on September 2, 2011 from motions by Elizabeth, Kaci, Haley and Rachel

5 Spring Song (spring) Put up your umbrella (Act like holding an Umbrella) When the rain comes down. (Make rain with fingers) Wear a happy smile (Point to face and Smile) And wipe away a frown. (Make a frown and wipe away) Splash in all the puddles (Act like splashing in puddles) And do a little dance. (Dance Around) Rain is just the thing we need (Make Rain with fingers) For new spring plants. (Crouch down and stretch up like plant raising arms).dance Sources:

6 Fruit Tree (spring) Way up high in the tree, (Point up.) One red apple smiled down at me, (Hold up 1 finger and then smile.) So I shook that tree as hard as I could. (Pretend to shake a tree.) Down came an apple, (Bring down one hand.) Mmm! Mmm! Good! (Pat tummy.) Two yellow pears... (Hold up 2 fingers.) Three purple plums... (Hold up 3 fingers.) 4 orange peaches... (Hold up 4 fingers.) 5 green limes... (Hold up 5 fingers.) (change out different fruit each time you sing it, repeat 5 times with the different numbers and fruit) source:

7 The Leaves (fall) The leaves are falling down. (Wiggle fingers down like falling leaves) The leaves are falling down. (Wiggle fingers down like falling leaves) Red, yellow, green and brown. (Jump up on each word) The leaves are falling down (Wiggle fingers down like falling leaves) Source: motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci and Rachel

8 Gray Squirrel (fall) Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, (Hold hands close to chest like paws) Swish your bushy tail. (Wiggle your bottom) Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, Swish your bushy tail. Wrinkle up your little nose, (Wrinkle up your nose) Hide a nut between your toes. (Hold toes together like you have a nut in between them) Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, Swish your bushy tail. Source:

9 I’m a Snowman (winter) (Sing to tune of "I’m a Little Teapot") I’m a little snowman (Bend knees.) Short and fat. (Extend arms in a circle.) Here is my broom and (Hold out right hand.) Here is my hat. (Touch head with left hand.) When the sun comes out, (Slowly melt to the ground.) I’ll melt away. But I’ll be back another day! I’m a snow lady, (Bend knees.) White and round. (Extend arms in a circle.) In my hat and apron (Touch head and waist.) I don’t make a sound. (Index finger on lips.) When the sun comes out, (Slowly melt to the ground.) I’ll melt away. But I’ll be back another day! source:

10 Lets Do a Little Ringing (winter) Tune: We Wish You a Merry Christmas Let’s all do a little ringing, (Shake hands as if ringing bells.) Let’s all do a little ringing, (Shake hands as if ringing bells.) Let’s all do a little ringing (Shake hands as if ringing bells.) It’s a Happy New Year! Let’s all do a little clapping… (Clap hands.) Let’s all do a little dancing… (Dance around.) Let’s all do a little smiling… (Smile.) Source:

11 Going on a Picnic (summer) We're going on a picnic. (Slap hands on thighs to the beat.) We're going to pack a big one. (Arms out wide.) With sandwiches, cookies, and lemonade, too. (Pretend to pack in your basket.) Look over there. (Hand over eyes.) It's some tall grass. Can't go over it. (Hands up in the air.) Can't go under it. (Hands down low.) Can't go around it. (Circle hands around in front of body.) I guess we'll go through it. (Shrug shoulders.) Swish, swish, swish, swish! (Brush palms against each other.) Look over there. (Hands over eyes.) It's a lake... I guess we'll row across it. Row, row, row your boat. (Pretend to row a boat.) Look over there. (Hands over eyes.) It's a swamp... Ooeey, gooey, ooey, gooey. (Pretend to tiptoe through mud.) Look over there. (Hands over eyes. ) It's a park. (Pretend to point at different things.) It's nice and shady. It's got a picnic bench. We're all so hungry Let's go eat! (Pretend to eat.) Mmmmmmmm! (Pat tummy.) Source:

12 School is Over (summer) Tune: Frere Jacques (Children repeat each line) School is over. School is over. Time to go. Time to go. We’ve had fun learning. We’ve had fun learning. Love you so. Love you so Source: MUSIC:http://bussongs.com/assets/midi/frerejacques.midhttp://bussongs.com/assets/midi/frerejacques.mid

13 Jack O’ Happy (halloween) This is Jack O’Happy. (Circle arms over head and smile.) This is Jack O’Sad. (Say sadly as you frown.) This is Jack O’Spooky. (Say in a quivery voice with eyes wide.) This is Jack O’ Mad. (Grit teeth and growl.) This is Jack in pieces small. (Open up palms.) But in a pie he’s best of all! (Circle arms out in front like a pie.) Source:

14 One little, Two Little (halloween) One little, two little, three little pumpkins. (Count 1, 2, 3 with hands) Four little, five little, six little pumpkins. (Count 4, 5, 6 with hands) Seven little, eight little, Nine little pumpkins. (Count 7, 8,9 on hands) All for Halloween night. (Spirit fingers in a circle around head) Sources:

15 A Valentine Song For You (Valentines) Sung to: "If your happy and you know it" Oh, this Valentine song is for you! I don't need crayons, scissors or some glue! Yes, this little song I'll sing, Hugs and kisses it will bring. Oh, this little Valentine song is for you! source: MUSIC:http://bussongs.com/assets/midi/mbifyourehappy.midhttp://bussongs.com/assets/midi/mbifyourehappy.mid

16 Love, Love, Love Sing to tune of Three Blind Mice Love, love, love... (Hold hands over heart) love, love, love- See how it grows (Crouch down then “grow” up) See how it grows. I love my friends and they love me. (Hug each other) We love each other that's plain to see. (Hold hands with each other) There's plenty for a family. Love, love, love... (Hold hands over heart) love, love, love. Source: fun-pg2 Motions added by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci and Rachelhttp://www.babyzone.com/toddler_preschooler_fun/holidays/valentines-day/article/toddlers-preschoolers-valentine-day- fun-pg2

17 St Patricks Day! (st. patricks) (Sweet Molly Malone) On the 17th of March (Point heels on opposite feet as if doing a jig) About when spring starts The lassies and leprechauns Come out to play. We’ll find four-leafed clovers (Hold up 4 fingers.) And wear green all over, (Move hands over clothing.) And that’s how we’ll celebrate (Put hand in the air as if cheering.) St. Patrick’s Day! The legends of old Say there’re pots of gold (Extend arms in a circle.) A’ sparkling and shining (Open and close fingers to make sparkles) At each rainbow’s end. The leprechauns know (Point to brain.) Right where to go, So if you see a leprechaun (Hand over eyes as if searching for a leprechaun) Make him your friend! source:

18 How Many Leprechauns (st. patricks day) Sung to: "Twinkle Twinkle Little star" How many Leprechauns do you see? (hold hands up as if questioning) Can you count them, one, two, three? (hold up one, two, three on fingers) How many Skinny ones? (suck in tummies) How many fat? (make round tummy with arms) How many leprechauns with out a hat? (touch head with hand) source:http://www.preschooleducation.com/spatrick.shtmlhttp://www.preschooleducation.com/spatrick.shtml motions by Elizabeth, Rachel, Kaci and Haley

19 I’m a Little Turkey (thanksgiving) Sung to tune of: My little tea pot I'm a little turkey (Hold hand right above ground to show something being short) My name is Ted, (Point thumbs to self) Here are my feathers (Gesture to clothes as if they are feathers) And here is my head. (Point to head) Gobble, gobble, gobble Is what I say, Quick run, (Run in place) It's Thanksgiving day. Source: motions by Kaci, Elizabeth, Haley Rachel

20 If You’re Thankful (thanksgiving) If you're thankful and you know it clap your hands (Clap Hands Twice) If you're thankful and you know it clap your hands (Clap Hands Twice) If you're thankful and you know it Then your face will surely show it (Point to Cheeks and Smile) If you're thankful and you know it clap your hands! (Clap Hands Twice) Source:

21 S-A-N-T-A (christmas) S A N T A (Tune; “BINGO”) There is a jolly bearded man (Put arms out in front of you like santa’s tummy) And Santa is his name-o. S – A – N – T – A, S – A – N – T – A, S – A – N – T – A, And Santa is his name-o. He lives at the North Pole… (point upward) (Clap instead of saying “S.”) His wears a suit all red and white…(wave hands from head to toes as if showing off clothes) (Clap for “S” and “A.”) He makes toys for girls and boys… (point to boys and girls) (Clap for “S,” “A,” “N.”) He drives a sleigh with 8 reindeer… (hold up reindeer antlers) (Clap for “S,” “A,” “N,” “T.”) He’ll visit you on Christmas Eve… (make fireworks above head) (Clap for all letters.) SOURCE:http://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/12_Dec/pg01.htmlhttp://www.drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/12_Dec/pg01.html

22 Hear His Bells (Christmas) Are you sleeping? (Put hands like your sleeping) No more peeking, (Cover eyes with hands) Or I'll tell, or I'll tell. (Point to other students) Santa Claus is coming. (Shake hands in air and act excited) Santa Claus is coming. (Shake hands in air and act excited) Hear his bells. (Cup hand around ear and listen for bells) Hear his bells. (Cup hand around other ear and listen for bells) Source: motions by Haley, Rachel, Kaci and Elizabeth

23 5 Little Eggs (easter) 5 little Easter eggs, (Hold up 5 fingers) Lovely colors wore; Mother ate the blue one, Then there were four. (Hold up 4 fingers) 4 little Easter eggs, (Hold up 4 fingers) Two and two, you see; (Hold up 2 fingers on each hand) Daddy ate the red one, Then there were three. (Hold up 3 fingers) 3 little Easter eggs, (Hold up 3 fingers) Before I knew, Sister ate the yellow one, Then there were two. (Hold up 2 fingers) Two little Easter eggs, (Hold up 2 fingers) Oh, what fun! Brother ate the purple one, Then there was one. (Hold up 1 finger) 1 little Easter egg, (Hold up 1 finger) See me run!!! (Run in place) I ate the last one, (Pretend to chew) And then there was none Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci

24 Flip, Flop, Hop (easter) Tune: Wheels on the Bus The ears on the bunny go Flip, flop, flop (Hands over head and wiggle) Flip, flop, flop, Flip, flop, flop. The ears on the bunny go Flip, flop, flop, Flip, flip, flop. The nose on the bunny goes twitch, twitch, twitch… (Wiggle nose.) The eyes on the bunny go blink, blink, blink… (Blink eyes.) The tail on the bunny goes wiggle, wobble, wobble… (Wiggle hips.) The feet on the bunny go hop, hop, hop… (Hop up and down.) Source:http://drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/04_Apr/pg04.htmlhttp://drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/04_Apr/pg04.html

25 I’m a Firefly (insect) I'm a little firefly Look at me! (Point at self) I'm as happy as I can be. (smile really big) See my light flicker and shine so bright (have students turn on and off their flashlights) Now watch me fly into the night! (walk around room with flashlights on their bottom) (give students flashlights to hold during song) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci and Rachel

26 Bumble Bee (insect) Here is the bee hive (hold fist together) But where are all the bees (hold up hands) Hiding very carefully 1,2,3,4,5 (Hold up fingers one at a time) Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzz (Walk and try to sting someone) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci

27 Rain, Rain (weather) It’s raining, it’s pouring, (Make rain by wiggling fingers in a downward motion) The old man is snoring. He went to bed, And he bumped his head, (Pretend to bump head with palm.) And he couldn’t get up in the morning. (Shake head “no.”) Source:http://drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/04_Apr/pg01.htmlhttp://drjean.org/html/monthly_act/act_2007/04_Apr/pg01.html

28 What’s the Weather? (weather) (Tune: Oh My Darling Clementine) What’s the weather, what’s the weather What’s the weather like today? Is it sunny, Is It cloudy, Is it going to stay this way? (Spirit fingers above head, then cover face ) WHETHER THE WEATHER Whether the weather is hot (Fan face) Whether the weather is cold (Hug body) We’ll be together, (Hold hands) Whatever the weather We like it or not! (Hold hands up in question) Come and show us, shows so I can’t go. Source:http://www.preschooleducation.com/sweather.shtmlhttp://www.preschooleducation.com/sweather.shtml

29 Color Box (colors) (Tune: “Happy Birthday”) Here’s a crayon for you. (Pretend to hold a present in your hand.) It’s a blue one for you. (Point to color in hand) B – l – u – e. (Jump on each letter) Here’s blue for you. (Hold out hand) Change with: Red, yellow, green, purple, brown, black, white Source:

30 Colors (color) Sung to: "Farmer in the Dell" Oh, (name) is wearing blue, (Point to students wearing color) Oh, (name) is wearing blue. High Ho the derry oh, (Students link arms and dance) (name) is wearing blue. (Point to students wearing color) (Change name and colors accordingly) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci, Rachel

31 A Family (Family) This is a family ( hold up one hand, fingers spread ) Let's count them and see, How many there are, And who they can be ( count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) This is the mother ( touch pointer finger) Who loves everyone And this is the father ( touch big finger) Who is lots of fun. This is my sister ( touch ring finger) She helps and she plays, And this is the baby ( touch little finger) He's growing each day. But who is this one? ( touch thumb ) He's out there alone, Why it's Jackie, the dog, And he's chewing a bone. ( wiggle thumb.) Source:http://www.preschoolrainbow.org/family-rhymes.htmhttp://www.preschoolrainbow.org/family-rhymes.htm

32 Grandparents (family) SungSung to: "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" Let's go see our grandparents, (Cup hands over eyes) Take us there for a while. (Point to wrist) Mommy and Daddy both need a break. (Swipe hand across forehead) We'll play games and we'll stay up real late! (Swing arms like swinging bat) Oh, we want to thank our grandparents (Put hands in front of self to thank) For all the things that they do, So it's time.. to.. say you're the best And that we love you! (Place hand over heart) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Kaci, Rachel and Haley

33 Apples! (apples) Five red apples Hanging on a tree ( five fingers held up) The juiciest apples you ever did see! (lick lips) The wind came past And gave an angry frown ( shake head and look angry) And one little apple came tumbling down. Four red apples... (Four Fingers held up) Three red apples... (Three fingers held up) Two red apples... (Two fingers held up) One red apple... (One finger held up) Source:http://www.preschooleducation.com/sapple.shtmlhttp://www.preschooleducation.com/sapple.shtml motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel, Kaci

34 Apples Everywhere (apples) Apples in the orchard. (hold hands straight out with palms up ) Apples on the ground. (point to ground) Apples in my basket. (make circle with arms) Apples all around. (wave hands in big wide circle over head) Apples in my cider. (drink a cup up to mouth) Apples in my pie. (make circle with hands) Apples everywhere, (wave hands in big wide circle over head ) My, oh my, oh my! (hands on cheeks) Source: Dr. Jean

35 Take Me to the Farm (farm) Take me out to the Farm dad (Holding hands in a circle swinging arms back and forth) Take me there...right now (Holding hands in a circle swinging arms back and forth) Show me some horses and chickens too (Hold right arm out to the side then hold left arm out too) I can’t wait to hear the cows, moo (Hold hand up to ear) For there are chicks, chicks, chicks in the barnyard, If they don't lay it’s a shame (Cris-Cross arms over chest) For, its one two three eggs and more (Hold up 1 finger, 2 fingers, 3 fingers) At the old barnyard (Hold hands over head like a roof) Source:

36 Old MacDonald (farm) (Start again substituting another animal for the duck, but repeat the last four lines, singing the duck sound before you start the song again.) Old MacDonald had a farm (Make house with hands over head) E I E I O And on that farm there were some ducks (Flap wings) E I E I O With a quack-quack here (Flap wings and quack) And a quack -quack there Here a quack, there a quack Everywhere a quack-quack Old MacDonald had a farm (Make house with hands over head E I E I O pig: oink-oink chickens: peep-peep dog: bow-wow lambs: baa-baa cow: moo-moo horses: neigh-neigh cats: meow-meow etc. Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci

37 Choo-Choo (transportation) This is a choo choo train (Child becomes a train by squatting) Puffing down the track (Child does actions that the rhyme states) Now its going forward, (Child goes forward) Now its going back. (Child goes back, etc.) Now the bell is ringing (Child pulls make believe bell rope) What a lot of noise it makes (Cover ears and make train noises) Everywhere it goes. (Children move around the room at random.) Source:

38 Traffic Light (transportation) Sung to: "Mary Had A Little Lamb" Can you see the traffic light, (Cup hands around eyes) traffic light, traffic light? Green means Go (Walk around) And Yellow means Slow, (Walk slowly) and Red means STOP, STOP, STOP (Kids stop where they are in position) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci

39 5 Little Bears (wild animals) One little bear (Hold up 1 finger) Wondering what to do Along came another Then there were two! (Hold up 2 fingers) Two little bears (Hold up 2 fingers) Climbing up a tree Along came another Then there were three! (Hold up 3 fingers) Three little bears (Hold up 3 fingers) Ate an apple core Along came another Then there were four! (Hold up 4 fingers) Four little honey bears (Hold up 4 fingers) Found honey in a hive Along came another Then there were five! (Hold up 5 fingers) Source:

40 The Zoo (wild animals) At the zoo we saw a bear He had long, dark fuzzy hair (Pretend to walk etc. like a bear) We saw a lion in a cage. He was in an awful rage. (Pretend to be an angry lion) We saw the big, long-necked giraffe, And the silly monkeys made us laugh (Everybody laughs) But my favorite animal at the zoo Is the elephant--how about you? (Point thumbs at chest, then at a classmate across from them) Source:

41 Love Your Pets (pets) Love, love (Hold hands with classmates and rock back and forth) Love your pets (Continue swaying) Love them (Continue swaying) Every day. (Continue swaying) Give them food (Pretend to pour food) And water, too, (Pretend to poor water) Then let them Run and play. (Throw hands in the air and shake them) Source:

42 Tiny Tim (pets) There was a little turtle, (Cuff hands together to hold something) His name was Tiny Tim. I put him in the bathtub to see if he could swim. (Pretend to swim doing front strokes) He drank up all the water, (Pretend like you are drinking) He ate up all the soap, (Pretend like you’re eating) And now he is in the bathtub, With a bubble in his throat. Bubble, bubble, bubble, Bubble, bubble, pop! (Crouch down during “bubble” then Throw hands up and yell ‘Pop’) Source:

43 Once I Caught a Fish (ocean) One, two, three, four, five, (Count with fingers.) Once I caught a fish alive. (Pretend to catch fish.) Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, (Count with fingers.) Then I let him go again. (Put hands together, and then wave back and forth like fish swimming away.) "Why did you let him go?" (Shrug shoulders.) "Because he bit my finger so!" (Bite in the direction of finger.) "Which finger did he bite?" (Shrug shoulders.) "This little finger on my right." (Wave little finger on right hand.) Source:

44 Sea Animals (oceans) What do you see in the sea? (Hold hand to forehead, look around) Animals moving free! (Kids make up their own movement) Snails and whales Using their tails. ( kids shake their tails) Seals and eels Looking for meals. (kids rub their tummys) Catfish, flatfish Chasing fat fish. (Kids poke tummy’s out and make cheeks puffy) What do you see in the sea? (Hold hand to forehead, look around) Animals moving free! (Kids make up their own movement) Source:

45 Planting Time (plants) Dig, dig, dig the earth (make digging motion) Then you plant your seeds (pretend to drop seeds) A gentle rain (Flutter fingers down) And bright sunshine (Circle arms above head) Will help your flowers grow (Hold one arm parallel to ground and move other arm up behind it with fingers extended to represent a flower growing) Source:

46 The Way we Plant Seeds (plants) (Tune: Mulberry Bush) This is the way we plant the seeds, (Act like planting seeds) Plant the seeds, plant the seeds, This is the way we plant the seeds, Early in the springtime. (Act like growing plant) Other Verses: This is the way we dig the hole... This is the way we put in the seeds... (Put “seed” in cupped hand) This is the way we cover the seeds... (Cover hand with other hand) This is the way we water the seeds... (Act like using watering can) This is the way we check the seeds.. (Cover eyes with hand and ‘look’ for seeds) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Rachel, Haley and Kaci

47 My Garden (vegetables) Sung to: "Down by the station" Out in my garden (point behind you) early in the morning (pretend to yawn) see the little vegetables all in a row see the rows of carrots (point in direction of rows) and the rows of peas. (point in another direction) Water, hoe, grow, grow In my garden please (hold hands in front of body together as if begging) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Rachel, Haley and Kaci

48 Vegetable Song (vegetables) (Tune: "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star") Carrots, Peas, and Broccoli, Vegetables are good for me. For my snack and in my lunch, Veggie sticks are great to munch. Carrots, Peas, and Broccoli, Vegetables are good for me. Source: theme.html?start=4http://www.childfun.com/index.php/activity-themes/100-food/218-vegetable-activity- theme.html?start=4

49 Five Little Apples (fruit) Five little apples hung on a tree (Hold up 5 fingers) The farmer didn't care (Shake head) So guess who came to eat? (Hold up hands in question) A CATERPILLAR MUNCH, MUNCH (Pretend to chew) Four little apples hung on a tree (Hold up 4 fingers) The farmer didn't care (Shake head) So guess who came to eat? (Hold up hands in question) A BIRD MUNCH, MUNCH (Spread arms like wings and pretend to chew) Three little apples hung on a tree (Hold up 3 fingers) The farmer didn't care (Shake Head) So guess who came to eat? (Hold up hands in question) A PIG MUNCH,MUNCH (Pull up nose and pretend to chew) Two little apples hung on a tree (Hold up 2 fingers) The farmer didn't care (Shake Head) So guess who came to eat? (Hold up hands in question) A HORSE MUNCH,MUNCH (Neigh then pretend to chew) One little apple hung on a tree (Hold up 1 finger) The farmer didn't care (Shake head) So guess who came to eat? (Hold up hands in question) A SCARECROW......MUNCH,MUNCH (Pretend to be a scarecrow and chew) Now the tree is bare There are no more apples there (Shake head) But when next fall comes around Guess who'll be there? (Hold up hands in question) THE CATERPILLAR THE BIRD THE PIG THE HORSE and the SCARECROW YUM!YUM Source:

50 Watermelon (fruit) Sung to: "Frere Jacques" (Student copies you) Oh No (Oh No) (Place hand over mouth) I just swallowed ( I just swallowed) (Make a swallowing sound) A watermelon seed ( a watermelon seed) (Pretend you’re holding a seed in between fingers) Will I grow a watermelon. ( will I grow a watermelon) (Hold hands up as if asking a question) Deep in me? (deep in me?) (Place hands on stomach) Oh no (Oh No) (Shake head no) that seed won't grow (that seed won't grow) (Wave hands in front of tummy) In my tummy (in my tummy) (Point at tummy) There's no rain or sunshine (there's no rain or sunshine) (Shake head and make rain with fingers then a “firework”) deep in me (deep in me) (point down) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci

51 Wash Your Hands (good health habits) Tune: “Mary Had A Little Lamb” Wash, wash, wash your hands, (rub hands together) Wash the germs away. (flick wrists and fingers out) Grab the soap and scrub, scrub, scrub, (grapping soap from the air and rub hands) Several times a day! (count on fingers) Source: Dr. Jean

52 Brush Your Teeth! (good health habits) Sung to: "Do Your Ears Hang Low!" Are your teeth clean and white? (Smile really BIG) Do you brush them every night? (Place hands under head like sleeping) Do you brush them in the morning? (Stretch and yawn) Do you brush them all at night? Do you brush them side to side like a roller-coaster ride? (Make Rollarcoaster with hands) Are your teeth clean and white? Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci and Rachel

53 Little Boy Blue (mother goose) Little Boy Blue (Hold hand close to the ground) come blow your horn. (“Play” a trumpet) The sheep's in the meadow. The cow's in the corn. (Pretend to eat corn) Where is the boy who looks after the sheep? (Hold hands up in question) He's under the haystack fast asleep (Fold hands under head as if sleeping) Source: Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Kaci, Rachel

54 Jack and Jill (mother goose) Jack and Jill went up the hill (Walk in place) To fetch a pail of water. (Pretend to hold pail of water) Jack fell down and broke his crown (Bump head with hand) And Jill came tumbling after. (Roll hands in ball) Source : Motions by Elizabeth, Haley, Rachel and Kaci


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