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Published Date : 2017-11-21T15:58:40.000Z

Music Dany Rosevear For music, chords, how to play this and more winter songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Winter%20songs%20A-I%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. The day is cloudy and the wind is bold; Dress up warmly, you mustn't get cold! Put on your coat and zip it up tight, Put on your left boot, put on your right. Put on your scarf and put on your hat, Put on your mittens and clap, clap, clap! Go outside and play and play; Come in again, and then we'll say- Take off your coat that was zipped up tight, Take off your left boot, take off your right. Take off your scarf and take off your hat, Take off your mittens… and then take a nap!
    

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Published Date : 2017-11-14T15:25:33.000Z

The tune is by Dany Rosevear who remembers from her childhood with pleasure such breakfasts of bread soaked in warm milk and sprinkled with sugar. For music, chords, how to play this as a game and more winter songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Winter%20songs%20A-I%20w.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Bread and milk for breakfast, And woollen frocks to wear, And a crumb for robin redbreast On the cold days of the year.
    

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Published Date : 2017-11-07T16:05:49.000Z

For music, chords, how to play this and more winter songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Winter%20songs%20A-I%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Trees are bare everywhere, Snows are deep and skies are grey; Yet one bird may be heard On the coldest day. Ask his name and he'll reply, Cocking up a roguish eye, "Chick-a-dee, chick-a-dee, chick-a-dee-dee-dee."
    

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Published Date : 2017-10-17T14:34:45.000Z

For music, chords, more circle games and how to play this visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/20%20More%20circle%20games%20G-M%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Goosey goosey gander, gander, gander, Goosey, goosey gander, where do you go? I am going walking, walking, walking. I am going walking, if you must know! …hopping… …skipping… …jumping…
    

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Published Date : 2017-10-10T13:59:47.000Z

For music, chords and more Autumn songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20songs%20A-H%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Sing a song of golden wheat, Golden wheat, golden wheat; Sing a song of golden wheat By the breeze blown. Birds are there, Bees are there, Butterflies in the air: Sing a song of golden wheat By the breeze blown. Sing a song of waterfalls, Waterfalls, waterfalls, Sing a song of waterfalls, Turning wheels round. Sift the wheat, Stamp the wheat, Till it is soft and sweet: Sing a song of waterfalls, Turning wheels round! Sing a song of baking day, Baking day, baking day, Sing a song of baking day, Floured, warm dough spread; Knead the dough, Shape the dough, Into hot ovens go, Sing a song of baking day, Loaves of brown bread!
    

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Published Date : 2017-09-19T14:19:14.000Z

Double numbers to ten. For music, chords, more circle games and how to play this visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/20%20More%20circle%20games%20N-P%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. One little bluebird in the window, One little bluebird in the sky, One little bluebird in the window, Hi-tiddly Hi-ti-ti. Two little bluebirds… Four little bluebirds… Eight little bluebirds…
    

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Published Date : 2017-05-23T14:27:22.000Z

Music arranged by Dany Rosevear. Find music, chords, more hand plays and how to play this as a game at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/18%20Finger%20and%20hand%20play%20O-S%20w17.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Once a little apple seed, was planted in the ground, Down came the raindrops, falling all around. Out came the big sun, as bright as bright could be, And that little apple seed grew up, to be an apple tree!
    

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Published Date : 2017-03-21T16:38:16.000Z

Written By Bill Staines For music, chords and more songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20A-Bw.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. All God’s critters got a place in the choir, Some sing low and some sing higher; Some sing out loud on the telephone wire, Some just clap their hands, or paws, Or anything they got now. Listen to the bass, it's the one on the bottom, Where the bullfrog croaks and the hippopotamus Moans and groans with a big t'do And the old cow just goes ‘Moo!’. The dogs and the cats they take up the middle The honeybee hums and the cricket fiddles, The donkey brays and the pony neighs And the old coyote howls. Chorus Listen to the top where the little birds sing, The melody with the high note ringing The hoot owl hollers over everything And the jaybird disagrees. Singing in the night time, singing in the day, The little duck quacks and is on his way. The possum hasn’t got much to say And the porcupine talks to himself. Chorus It's a simple song, you can sing it everywhere With the ox and the fox and the grizzly bear, The grumpy alligator the the hawk above, The sly raccoon and the turtle dove. Everybody here is a part of the plan; We all get to play in the great critter band, From the eagle in the sky to the whale in the sea, It’s one great symphony.
    

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Published Date : 2017-03-14T16:20:40.000Z

For music, chords, more hand plays and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/18%20Finger%20and%20hand%20play%20A-F.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. A caterpillar crawled to the top of a tree, “I think I’ll take a nap,” says he. So under a leaf he began to creep To spin his cocoon, then he fell asleep. All winter long he slept in his bed, ‘Til spring came along one day and said, “Wake up, wake up, little sleepyhead, Wake up, it’s time to get out of bed!” So, he opened his eyes that sunshiny day, Wow! He was a butterfly, and flew away!
    

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Published Date : 2017-03-14T16:20:40.000Z

For music, chords, more London songs and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/20%20London%20games%20and%20songs.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Three pirates came to London town, Yo ho! Yo ho! Three pirates came to London town, Yo ho! Yo ho! Three pirates came to London town To see the king put on his crown, Yo ho, you lubbers, Yo ho, you lubbers, Yo ho! Yo ho! Yo ho!
    

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Published Date : 2017-02-21T16:13:29.000Z

Written by Charles Ellerton, an elusive author who wrote at least one other hymn for children. The music is attributed to W A Mozart. The last couplet has been adapted by Dany Rosevear. For chords, more songs and how to play this visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20Tb3.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. There's a sun for the morning, And a moon for the night; When the moon hides her face, Still the stars twinkle bright. When the moon hides her face, Still the stars twinkle bright. Love and joy, light and beauty, Shine down from high above, Just as we spread gifts of kindness From hearts full of love. Just as we spread gifts of kindness From hearts full of love.
    

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Published Date : 2017-02-14T16:23:52.000Z

Music by Dany Rosevear For music, chords and more number songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/15%20Nursery%20number%20favourites%20to%205%20Fw.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Five little leprechauns knocked at my door, One chased a rainbow, then there were four, Four little leprechauns, oh so wee, One picked a shamrock, then there were three. Three little leprechauns hiding in my shoe, One found a toadstool, then there were two. Two little leprechauns dancing in the sun, One went in search of gold, then there was one. One little leprechaun on the run, He shined his shoe buckles and sat in the sun.
    

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Published Date : 2017-01-31T15:51:42.000Z

Arranged and adapted by Dany Rosevear For music, chords, more songs about colour and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/21%20Songs%20about%20colour.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. The rainbow paints the sky, With colours that we know; Red, orange, yellow, green, Blue and indigo, And don’t forget the violet; For seven colours true. The sun shines through the falling rain, To bring a smile for you!
    

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Published Date : 2016-11-29T16:18:51.000Z

For music, chords, how to play this as a game and more Christmas songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Songs%20for%20the%20Christmas%20O-S%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Ring, ring, ring the bells, Ring them loud and clear, To tell the children everywhere That Christmastime is here! Ring, ring, ring the bells, Ring them up and down. Christmas bells are here again, All about the town.
    

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Published Date : 2016-11-15T15:35:45.000Z

Music by Dany Rosevear For music, chords, how to play this as a game and more hand plays visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/18%20Finger%20and%20hand%20play%20A-F.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Here is a cave, inside is a bear, Now he comes out to get some fresh air. He stays out all summer in the sunshine and heat, Hunting in the forest for berries to eat. When snow starts to fall, he hurries inside To his warm little cave, and there he will hide. Snow covers the cave like a fluffy white rug, But inside the bear sleeps, all cosy and snug. When Spring comes again, the snow melts away, And out comes the bear, all ready to play! When Spring comes again, the snow melts away, And out comes the bear all ready to play!
    

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Published Date : 2016-11-08T15:49:50.000Z

Words and music arranged by Dany Rosevear from a traditional song. Find music, chords, how to play this and more Christmas songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Songs%20for%20the%20Christmas%20A-E%20w.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Clap your tiny hands, clap your tiny hands, Clap your tiny hands for me, Clap your tiny hands, clap your tiny hands, Clap your tiny hands for me. Little children sing, Christmas joy we bring, Clap your tiny hands for me, Clap your tiny hands, clap your tiny hands, Clap your tiny hands for me. Little children come, Christmas time is fun… Little children shout, Christmas bells ring out…
    

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Published Date : 2016-11-08T15:49:30.000Z

Find music, chords, how to play this and more winter songs visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Winter%20songs%20A-I%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Frosty weather, snowy weather, When the wind blows… We all go together. Frosty weather, snowy weather, When the wind blows… We all go together. SPOKEN: Three steps back and-a one, two, three!
    

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Published Date : 2016-10-11T15:14:36.000Z

For music, chords and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20songs%20A-H%20w.htm Last two verses by Dany Rosevear. A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Grey squirrel, grey squirrel, Swish your bushy tail. Grey squirrel, grey squirrel, Swish your bushy tail. Wrinkle up your little nose; Hold a nut between your toes, Grey squirrel, grey squirrel, Swish your bushy tail. …climb up in the tallest tree, Let your tail blow in the breeze... …hide your nuts both near and far But don’t forget just where they are… …in cold winter you will need To find those nuts so you can feed…
    

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Published Date : 2016-09-13T14:16:10.000Z

Music by Mary Thienes-Schunemann For music, chords and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20songs%20A-H%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Here is an apple tree, I look up and I can see Big red apples ripe and sweet, Big red apples good to eat! Shake that big old apple tree, See the apples fall on me! Here's a basket big and round, Pick the apples off the ground. Here's an apple ripe and sweet, That’s the apple I will eat!
    

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Published Date : 2016-07-15T12:18:47.000Z

Music by Dany Rosevear For music and chords visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/15%20Nursery%20number%20favourites%20to%205%20Fw.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Five little turkeys sat in their pen, “Hide, turkeys, hide!” said the little red hen. One little turkey hopped out of the door, And when he was gone, there were four. Four little turkeys sat in their pen, “Hide, turkeys, hide!” said the little red hen. One little turkey climbed up a tree, And when he was gone, there were three. Three little turkeys sat in their pen, “Hide, turkeys, hide!” said the little red hen. One little turkey flapped his wings and flew, And when he was gone, there were two. Two little turkeys sat in their pen, “Hide, turkeys, hide!” said the little red hen. One little turkey flew out in the sun. When he was gone, that left one. One little turkey sat in his pen, “Hide, turkey, hide!” said the little red hen. The last little turkey said, “I’m off to have fun!” And when he was gone, there were none!
    

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Published Date : 2016-07-15T12:01:57.000Z

Words and music by Dany Rosevear For music and chords visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Song%20box/Down%20the%20garden%20path%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Sparrow in the winter, Pecking in the street, Have you got a place to rest And enough to eat? Hop into my garden And on a table spread, You’ll find a feast of mealworms, Seeds and crumbs of bread. Little sparrow, hungry sparrow, Nod your tiny head; Sing a song of springtime And warmer days ahead. Sing a song of springtime And warmer days ahead. Sparrow in the springtime, Feathered little friend; If you need a place to nest I can recommend The hedgerow in my garden, It is so thick and wide, Where you can lay a clutch of eggs, Secretly inside. And here your fluffy fledglings, Can grow and safely hide And sing their songs of summertime Until it’s time to fly. And sing their songs of summertime Until it’s time to fly.
    

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Published Date : 2016-06-28T14:35:38.000Z

A German translation adapted by Dany Rosevear Find music, chords and more Autumn songs at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20songs%20A-H%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. I walk with my little lantern, My lantern, myself and I, Above the stars are shining, On Earth we are stars to the sky. The rooster crows, the cat meows: Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! We walk with our little lanterns, Our lanterns so shiny and bright, We wind our way through the darkness, A sea of twinkling light. The pale moon cries as we pass by: Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! We walk with our little lanterns, Our lanterns so shiny and bright, We sing sweet songs in the darkness Our voices so cheerful tonight. As we walk round how good it sounds: Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! We walk with our little lanterns, Our lanterns so shiny and bright, We wander home through the darkness With a flickering fading of light. The flame grows dim but still we sing: Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey! Hey! Hey! Hey! La bimmel, la bummel, la bey!
    

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Published Date : 2016-06-07T14:31:41.000Z

Composed by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman for the 1964 Disney film "Mary Poppins" For music and chords visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20L.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. With tuppence for paper and strings, You can have your own set of wings. With your feet on the ground, You're a bird in a flight, With your fist holding tight To the string of your kite! Oh, oh, oh! Let's go fly a kite Up to the highest height! Let's go fly a kite and send it soaring Up through the atmosphere, Up where the air is clear. Oh, let's go fly a kite! When you send it flyin' up there, All at once you're lighter than air! You can dance on the breeze, Over 'ouses and trees, With your fist 'olding tight To the string of your kite!
    

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Published Date : 2016-05-10T14:28:21.000Z

Tune by Dany Rosevear Find music, chords, more hand play rhymes and how to play this as a game at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/18%20Finger%20and%20hand%20play%20H-I%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. I have ten little fingers, (Hold up ten fingers) They all belong to me. (Point to self) I can make them do things, (Wiggle them) Would you like to see? (Point to others, then eyes) I can open them up wide, (Spread them) I can shut them tight, (Make fists) I can put them together, (Clasp hands with fingers intertwined) Or put them out of sight, (Put behind back) I can make them go high, (Raise hands high) I can make them go low, (Lower them) I can fold them quietly, (Fold them) And sit just so. (Sit still)
    

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Published Date : 2016-02-16T16:04:48.000Z

Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20Tb1.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. The lambs in the green hills they sport as they play, And lots of strawberries grow around the salt sea, And lots of strawberries grow round the salt sea, And many’s the ship sails the ocean.
    

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Published Date : 2016-02-09T16:03:33.000Z

Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/18%20Lullabies%20c-F%20w.htm A traditional resource translated into English by Dany Rosevear ©. For children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Fa la nana bambino, Fa la nana bel bambin, Fa la nina, fa la nana, Nei braeceti della mamma. Go to sleep my little one, Go to sleep my lovely son, Close your eyes and Go to sleep now, In the warm arms of your mother.
    

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Published Date : 2016-01-19T15:35:02.000Z

Music by Dany Rosevear For music, chords, how to play this and more poems visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Snip%20snap%20crocodile%201.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs and poems including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. In the heart of a seed, Buried deep, so deep, A dear little plant lay fast asleep. “Wake!” said the sunshine “And creep to the light,” “Wake!” said the voice of the raindrops bright. The little plant heard and it rose to see What a wonderful outside world might be.
    

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Published Date : 2016-01-05T16:07:57.000Z

Traditional words, music by Dany Rosevear Find music, chords and how to play this at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Spring%20songs%20P-W.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. The melting snow says, "Drop, drop, drop." The little frog goes, "Hop, hop, hop." The little bird says, "Peep, peep, peep." The little vine goes, "Creepetty creep." The little bee says, "Hum, hum, hum." The little flower says, "Spring has come!"
    

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Published Date : 2016-01-05T15:58:30.000Z

Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20R-S.htm A topical resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Sing a song of spaceships, Rockets zoom off high, Sing a song of spaceships, Sparkling in the sky. Sing a song of spaceships, Going to the moon, I hope the spaceships will be safe And come back very soon. Sing a song of spaceships, Wave as they pass by, Astronauts are floating, Busy way up high. To keep the old space station Circling round and round. I wonder if they can see me Down here on the ground.
    

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2015-11-26T15:53:31.000Z

The rhyme was written by Marie Allen Howarth circa 1957 Find music, chords and how to play this as a game at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Whatever%20the%20weather%20M-W.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. “Thumbs in the thumb place, (Both thumbs up) Fingers all together!” (Fingers together as in mittens with thumbs up) This is the song, We sing in mitten weather. (Wave mittens back and forth). When it's cold, (hold arms and shiver) It doesn't matter whether, (shrug shoulders) Mittens are wool, (stroke hands) Or made of finest leather. (show proudly). This is the song, We sing in mitten weather: “Thumbs in the thumb place, Fingers all together!”
    

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2015-09-16T14:32:59.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Lavender's blue, dilly, dilly, Lavender's green; When I am king, dilly, dilly, You shall be queen. Who told you so, dilly, dilly, Who told you so? 'Twas my own heart, dilly, dilly, That told me so. Call up your men, dilly, dilly, Set them to work, Some to the plough, dilly, dilly, Some to the fork. Some to make hay, dilly, dilly, Some to cut corn, While you and I, dilly, dilly, Keep ourselves warm. Roses are red, dilly, dilly, Violets are blue; If you love me, dilly, dilly, I will love you Let the birds sing, dilly, dilly, And the lambs play; We shall be safe, dilly, dilly, Out of harm's way. I love to dance, dilly, dilly, I love to sing; When I am queen, dilly, dilly, You'll be my king. Who told me so, dilly, dilly, Who told me so? I told myself, dilly, dilly, I told me so.
    

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Published Date : 2015-08-11T13:19:54.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Now, didn't old Noah build the Ark? Built it out of hickory bark, He build it long, both wide and tall, Plenty of room for the large and small, He found him an axe and a hammer too, Began to cut and began to hew, And every time that hammer ring, Noah shout and a-Noah sing. Chorus: Who built the ark? Noah! Noah! Who built the ark? Brother Noah built the ark. Now in come the animals two by two, Hippopotamus and kangaroo, Now in come the animals three by three, Two big cats and a bumble bee, In come the animals four by four, Two through the window and two through the door, In come the animals five by five, Four little sparrows and the redbird’s wife. Now in come the animals six by six, The elephant laughed at the monkey's tricks, In come the animals seven by seven, Four from home and the rest from heaven, In come the animals eight by eight, Some were on time and the others were late, Now in come the animals nine by nine, Some was a-'shoutin' and some was a-'cryin'. In come the animals ten by ten, Five black roosters and five black hens. Now Noah says, "Go shut that door; The rain's started droppin' and we can't take more."
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-14T14:02:42.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. As Tommy went walking one fine summer’s day. Some rosy cheeked apples he saw on his way, Saw on his way, saw on his way, Some rosy cheeked apples he saw on his way. Those apples were ripe and so pleasant to see, They seemed to say, "Tommy, come climb up the tree, "Climb up the tree, climb up the tree." They seemed to say, "Tommy, come climb up the tree." So Tommy climbed up; from the bough he did fall, And down came the apples, poor Tommy and all, Tommy and all, Tommy and all, And down came poor Tommy, the apples and all. His face was all scratched and he felt very sore. He promised he'd never steal apples no more, Apples no more, apples no more, He promised he'd never steal apples no more.
    

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Published Date : 2015-06-23T14:25:47.000Z

For music and chords: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/16%20Song%20cupboard%20Tb3.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. There’s someone living on a big, high hill, I wonder who it could be. There’s someone living on a big, high hill Who always answers me. Yoo hoo! Yoo hoo! She always answers me! Yoo hoo! Yoo hoo! She always answers me!
    

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2015-06-09T14:29:34.000Z

Music by Dany Rosevear © A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songsand poems including those from other countries. How do you like to go up in a swing, Up in the air so blue? Oh, I do think it the pleasantest thing Ever a child can do! Up in the air and over the wall, Till I can see so wide, Rivers and trees and cattle and all Over the countryside. Till I look down on the garden green, Down on the roof so brown- Up in the air I go flying again, Up in the air and down!
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-05T15:18:46.000Z

A song for harvest or any other time by V.P. Mitchell and H.C. Mitchell Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Summer%20songs.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Cauliflowers fluffy and cabbages green, Strawberries sweeter than any I’ve seen. Beetroot purple and onions white: All grow steadily day and night. Chorus The apples are ripe, the plums are red, Broad beans are sleeping in a blankety bed. Blackberries juicy and rhubarb sour, Marrows fattening hour by hour, Gooseberries hairy and lettuces fat, Radishes round and runner beans flat. Chorus Orangey carrots and turnips cream, Reddening tomatoes that used to be green. Brown potatoes in little heaps, Down in the darkness where the celery sleeps. Chorus
    

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Published Date : 2015-03-09T20:20:38.000Z

musz i sł. Dany Rosevera, słowa polskie Maria Tomaszewska Dwa te potwory się mocno drapały W rękawach ich małe mrówki mieszkały Straszne potwory rękami machały, Bo insektów bardzo pozbyć się już chciały. A więc Tańczyły, tańczyły Boogie –woogie taniec. Szalały, szalały. Wciąż się obracały i tańczyły, tańczyły boogie -woogie taniec Aż mrówki… pouciekały Cztery potwory się bardzo drapały W galotach ich małe pchełki mieszkały Cztery potwory pupami machały Bo insektów bardzo pozbyć się już chciały. A więc Tańczyły, tańczyły Boogie –woogie taniec. Szalały, szalały. Potem ociekały, wciąż tańczyły, tańczyły boogie -woogie taniec Aż pchełki …pouciekały Osiem potworów się ciągle drapało W skarpetach ich małe kleszcze mieszkały Osiem potworów nogami machało Bo insektów bardzo pozbyć się już chciało.. A więc Tańczyły, tańczyły Boogie –woogie taniec. Szalały, szalały. Potem ociekały, wciąż tańczyły, tańczyły ten Boogie -woogie taniec Aż kleszcze ..pouciekały
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-29T14:03:06.000Z

Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20Songs%20L-S.htm A resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs and poems including those from other countries. Squirrel Nutkin has a coat of brown, Quite the loveliest in Woodland Town. Two bright eyes look round to see Where the sweetest nuts may be. Squirrel Nutkin in his coat of brown, Scampers up the trees and down. Dashing here and swinging there, Leaping lightly through the air. All the live long day he plays, In the leafy woodland ways. But at night when squirrels rest, In their cosy treetop nest. (Repeat tune for last section) Bushy tail curled round his head, Mister Squirrel goes off to bed.
    

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Published Date : 2014-07-01T14:16:35.000Z

For music and chords visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20songs%20T-Z%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. The farmer gathers his hay today, It's harvest time. The farmer gathers his hay today, It's harvest time. He cuts it down and stacks it high, Gives it a shake, then leaves it to dry. The farmer gathers his hay today, It's harvest time. The farmer gathers his apples today, It's harvest time. The farmer gathers his apples today, It's harvest time. Red and rosy, juicy and sweet, Lots of apples for us to eat. The farmer gathers his apples today, It's harvest time. The farmer gathers his corn today, It's harvest time. The farmer gathers his corn today, It's harvest time. It grows up high , turns golden brown, And then he comes to cut it down. The farmer gathers his corn today, It's harvest time.
    

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Published Date : 2014-05-13T14:40:11.000Z

A poem by Walter de la Mare and put to a charming Italian tune by Mabel F. Wilson. The poem is below but you will notice I have tweaked it to work as a song. A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. I know a little cupboard, With a teeny tiny key, And there's a jar of lollipops For me, me, me. It has a little shelf, my dear, As dark as dark can be, And there's a dish of Banbury Cakes For me, me, me. I have a small fat grandmamma, With a very slippery knee, And she's the Keeper of the Cupboard With the key, key, key. And if I'm very good, my dear, As good as good can be, There's Banbury Cakes, and lollipops For me, me, me.
    

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Published Date : 2014-05-13T13:37:46.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries. Old Mother Hubbard, she went to the cupboard, To fetch her poor dog a bone; But when she got there, the cupboard was bare, And so the poor dog had none. She went to the tailor's to buy him a coat; But when she came back he was riding a goat. She went to the hatter's to buy him a hat; But when she came back he was feeding the cat. She went to the barber's to buy him a wig But when she came back he was dancing a jig. She went to the cobbler's to buy him some shoes; When she came back he was reading the news. The Dame made a curtsy, the dog made a bow; The Dame said, "Your servant," the dog said, "Bow-wow."
    

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Published Date : 2014-02-04T15:05:41.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Round and round we must go, Boom makaleli, chi chim boom! Round and round we must go, Boom makaleli, chi chim boom! Down, down ----- you must go, Boom makaleli, chi chim boom!
    

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Published Date : 2013-10-22T13:45:15.000Z

Find music and chords at: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Autumn%20Songs%20L-S.htm To find more songs written by Dany Rosevear visit Sunshine Pie at: http://singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%201/Sunshine%20Pie%20front%20and%20back%20web%20ready.htm where you can also find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children Round go the seasons, seasons all four, Winter, spring, summer, now autumn's at my door. Sing a song of conkers, glossy, smooth and brown. Thread them through with strong string, Whirl them round and round. Crick! Crack! Summer's gone, autumn greets the day, Wild winter will bring frost and snow, 'Till spring comes out to play.
    

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2013-10-15T14:14:00.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. A-tisket, a-tasket, A green and yellow basket, I wrote a letter to my love / friend And on the way I dropped it, I dropped it, I dropped it, Yes, on the way I dropped it, One of you has picked it up And put it in your pocket.
    

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2013-09-12T18:50:10.000Z

A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Mrs White had a fright, in the middle of the night. Saw a ghost, eating toast, half way up a lamp-post. Mrs Red went to bed, with a pumpkin on her head, Saw a bat, chase a cat, right into her pointy hat. Mrs Green at Halloween, went to supper with the queen. Saw a spider, in her cider, oh dear me it's now inside her. Mrs Black in a mac, eating hop toads for a snack. Saw a witch, in a ditch, nose and whiskers all a-twitch. Mrs Pink gave a wink, drank a drink of fizzy ink. Saw a wizard, in a blizzard, turning hail stones into lizards. Mrs Blue, yes it's true, threw snails in a witchy brew. Added stones, gave a groan, stirred it with a finger bone. Mrs Brown flew to town with her broomstick upside down. Ate a pie, in the sky, waved her wand and croaked goodbye.

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