Did you know that the original Hickory Dickory Dock had at least 12 verses? Sing on to enjoy them and practice telling time on a clock with a face.
Glug, chatter, groan, yelp and hoot along with the animals in their various habitats.
A counting out rhyme with a percussive twist.
A new twist on an old rhyme … try all three versions of this well known nursery
rhyme, then engage students in a debate re preferences.
The sound of “so-mi” is the sound of a mother calling her children to come in, it seems to be hard-wired in to our brains. Rain-rain (so-mi) is one of the simplest ways to zip a child’s name into a song. It’s melodic and mesmerizing, enjoy!
A new poem and an old folksong came together to create this wistful question –a question that crosses generations.
Here’s the rest of the story.
Ever wonder what happened after Peter put his wife in the pumpkin shell? Here’s the rest of the story. Check out Humpkin Pumpkin for another nursery rhyme variation.
A fishy tale focusing on beat and rhythm.
Chants are a great way to focus on rhythm and beat. The mp4 teaches this fishy tale in progressive steps. Once learned, try dividing the class –half taking the part of leader, half doing the echoes.
Humpkin Pumpkin sat on a wall.
Celebrate pumpkin season with this variation of Humpty Dumpty.