What do you do when your donkey gets sick? Sing on for ideas in this traditional Spanish song.
Tiny frog with a humungous voice. Scientists say one coqui croaks at the same volume as a lawn mower.
The train moves on tracks which become staff lines for an early literacy lesson. Multiple repeated verses give plenty of opportunity for solo singing or mimicking a train moving around the classroom.
Swimming, yes, but what other activities will the students zip into this verse?
And the sun shines down in summer! What other activities could be zipped into this verse?
Rain and puddles –what a muddle!
Spring is the time for rain and puddles.
Hockey and snow –winter eh?
Playing hockey while snow is falling –winter eh?
Apples and leaves fall down, we pick them up!
Autumn is the time when we pick apples!
Celebrate seasonal activities in song!
Seasonal activities and weather are featured in each verse. The song is recorded so that it may be sung featuring only one season, or as a summary of the year. Students are encouraged to be creative as they come up with actions to go with the activities.