Do chickens lay eggs?
Bill Grogan, or maybe Hiram –whatever the man’s name, his pet
goat sounds about the same. Join in the echo/action song and act
like a “kid”.
Try another “donkey” round –this favourite is from Belgium.
How sweet the sound of a donkey braying? Add Hee-Haws to this traditional round.
What do you do when your donkey gets sick? Sing on for ideas in this traditional Spanish song.
How do you help make someone who is sick feel better? Sing along with friends who do their best to help out.
1895 saw the beginning of “Purple Cow” popularity. Join in with the ditty and explore different musical ways to perform its rhymes.
Ickle Ockle may be used to try out music reading skills or harmonize by singing as a round. Or teach it as a Counting Rhyme and listen for it on the school yard!
Practice the scale by singing about this unusual dog.
A folksong drama with speaking/singing parts for a menage of animals and the busy care giver — in G Pentatonic its easy to add instruments to make this a complete performance.