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Title: Nursery rhymes and poems


1
Nursery rhymes and poems
  • Maths and counting.

2
Five crispy pancakes
  • Five crispy pancakes in a frying pan, Flip them
    and toss them and catch them if you can. Along
    came (choose a child), For a pancake one day
    Sprinkled it with sugar and took it away. Four
    crispy pancakes in a frying pan...

3
Five currant buns
  • Five currant buns in a bakers shop, Round and
    fat with a cherry on the top. Along came (choose
    a child), With a penny one day. Bought a
    currant bun and took it away. Four currant buns
    in a bakers shop...

4
Five green speckled frogs
  • Five green and speckled frogs, Sat on a speckled
    log. Eating the most delicious worms YUM, YUM.
    One jumped into the pool, Where it was nice and
    cool. Then there were four green speckled frogs
    GLUG, GLUG. Four green and speckled frogs

5
Five little ducks
  • Five little ducks went swimming one day, Over
    the pond and far away. Mummy duck said, Quack,
    quack, quack, quack. But only four little ducks
    came back. Four little ducks went swimming one
    day, Over...........etc

6
Five little monkeys
  • Five little monkeys swinging from a tree,
    Teasing Mr crocodile, "You can't catch me"
    Along came the crocodile, as quietly as can be
    and SNAP! Went the crocodile, and then there
    were Four little monkeys swinging from a tree
  • Continue until there are no little monkeys.
    Instead of a crocodile a tiger can be used who
    goes GRRRR instead of snap.

7
One, two three, four, five
  • One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a
    fish alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then
    I let it go again. Why did I let it go? Because
    it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite?
    The little finger on the right.

8
Ten fat sausages
  • Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan, Ten fat
    sausages, sizzling in the pan, And if one went
    POP! and the other went Bang! There'll be eight
    fat sausages, sizzling in the pan, Eight fat
    sausages, sizzling in the pan. And if one went
    POP! and the other went BANG!
  • Continue counting down until all the sausages
    have gone. Sung to the tune of Ten Green bottles

9
Ten green bottles
  • Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall, Ten
    green bottles, hanging on the wall. And if one
    green bottle, Should accidently fall. There'll
    be, nine green bottles, hanging on the wall.
    Nine green bottles, hanging on the wall. And
    if one green bottle, Should accidently fall.
    There'll be, eight green bottles, hanging on the
    wall. Eight green bottles, hanging on the wall.
    And if one......... There'll be one green
    bottle, hanging on the wall, One green bottle,
    hanging on the wall. And if that green bottle,
    Should accidently fall, There'll be no green
    bottles, hanging on the wall.

10
Ten in the bed
  • There were ten in the bed, And the little one
    said, 'Roll over, roll over'. So they all rolled
    over, And one fell out, There were nine in the
    bed, And the little one said, 'Roll over, roll
    over'. So they all rolled over, And one fell
    out. There were eight in the bed etc... There
    was one in the bed, And the little one said,
    'Roll over, roll over'. So he rolled over, And
    he fell out, There were none in the bed, So no
    one said, Roll over, Roll over

11
The pirate song
  • When I was one, I banged my drum. The day I
    went to sea. I jumped aboard a pirate ship, And
    the captain said to me. We're going, this way,
    that way, Forwards and backwards, Over the
    Irish Sea. A bottle of rum, to warm my tum, And
    that's the life for me. When I was two, I
    buckled my shoe..... When I was three, I
    banged my knee.... When I was four, I knocked
    on the door.... When I was five, I learned to
    dive.....

12
Theres a cow on the mountain
  • There's a cow on the mountain, the old saying
    goes, On her legs are four feet, on her feet are
    eight toes. Her tail is behind on the end of her
    back, And her head is in front on the end of her
    neck.

13
The little frog
  • This little frog has two eyes, Four legs, One
    mouth, no tail, Says croak, croak and Plops
    into the water. These little frogs have four
    eyes, Eight legs, Two mouths, no tails, Say
    croak, croak and Plop into the water.

14
Nursery rhymes and poems
  • Action songs

15
Five little peas
  • Five little peas in a pea-pod pressed, One grew,
    two grew, and so did all the rest. They grew and
    they grew ...and did not stop, Until one day the
    pod went ...POP!
  • Line one - Clench all the fingers on one hand.
    Line two - Slowly open out the fingers. Line
    three - Stretch fingers wide apart. Line four -
    -When it says POP! clap loudly

16
Grandma and Grandpa
  • Here are Grandma's spectacles, And here is
    Grandma's hat, And here is the way she folds her
    hands, And puts them in her lap. Here are
    Grandpa's spectacles, And here is Grandpa's hat,
    And here's the way he folds his arms, And takes
    a little nap. Alternative ending to Grandma's
    verse Grandma claps her hands like this, and
    folds them in her lap.
  • To show Grandma and Grandpa's spectacles put
    thumb and forefinger together on each hand and
    bring them up to your eyes. With your hands make
    the shape of a hat on top of your head. For
    Grandma put one hand on top of the other to 'fold
    her hands' and then place them on your lap. For
    grandpa, just fold your arms and tilt head
    forward, eyes closed.

17
Hands upon your head
  • Hands upon your head, Hands upon your head. Up
    and down and up and down, Hands upon your head.
    Hands upon your face, Hands upon your face.
    Up and down and up and down, Hands upon on your
    face. Hands upon your ears. . . Hands upon
    your chin. . .etc
  • (Sung to the tune of jelly on a plate)

18
Head, shoulders, knees and toes
  • Heads and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and
    toes. Heads and shoulders, knees and toes,
    knees and toes. And eyes and ears, and mouth and
    nose. Heads and shoulders, knees and toes,
    knees and toes.
  • A simple action song where children just touch
    the parts of the body that are mentioned as they
    sing the song. Once the children are confident
    the song can gradually get faster.

19
Bees Buzz
  • Here is the beehive But where are the bees?
    Hidden away Where nobody sees. Look and you'll
    see them Come out of the hive, One, Two, Three,
    Four, Five, Bzzzzzzzzzzzz.

20
Kentucky
  • I'm going to Kentucky, I'm going to the Fair.
    To see a senorita, With flowers in her hair.
    Shake it baby, shake it, Shake it all around.
    Shake it like a milk shake And pour it in a
    can. Rumble to the bottom, Rumble to the top.
    Twirl around and twirl around, Until I holler
    STOP!
  • Walk quickly on the spot or around in a circle
    for the first four lines. 'Shake it' by standing
    and wiggling your hips before shaking your hands
    and arms like you were holding and shaking a
    bottle before pouring the milkshake in to a can.
    Rumble by rolling your arms round each other in
    front of you down to the ground and then up in
    the air. Finish by twirling around before
    shouting STOP.

21
Miss Polly
  • Miss Polly had a dolly, who was sick, sick, sick.
    So she called for the doctor to be quick, quick,
    quick. The doctor came with his bag and his hat,
    And he knocked on the door, with a
    rat-a-tat-tat. He looked at the dolly and he
    shook his head, And he said, " Miss Polly put
    her straight to bed". He wrote on a paper for a
    pill, pill, pill. That will make it better yes
    it will, will, will. An alternative ending is
    I'll be back in the morning with my bill, bill,
    bill.
  • For the first line fold your arms and rock them
    as if you were holding the dolly. Then put one
    hand to your ear and use the other to dial. Pat
    your head to show your hat and then pretend to
    knock on the door. Shake you head and then
    point your finger to show sending dolly to bed.
    Write with a finger on the palm of your hand for
    the pill and then nod again to show that dolly
    will get better.

22
Jemima
  • Oh Jemima, look at your Uncle Jim, He's in the
    duck pond learning how to swim. First he's doing
    the breaststroke, Now he's doing the side, Now
    he's under the water, Swimming against the tide.

23
Oranges and lemons
  • 'Oranges and lemons', say the bells of St
    Clements. 'You owe me five farthings', say the
    bells of St Martins 'When will you pay me',
    say the bells of Old Bailey. 'When I grow
    rich', say the bells of Shoreditch, 'When will
    that be?' say the bells of Stepney. 'I do not
    know', says the great bell of Bow. Here comes a
    candle to light you to bed Here comes a
    chopper to chop off you head. Chop! chop! chop!
    chop! Chop

24
Tall shops in the town
  • Tall shops in the town, Lifts going up and down.
    Doors going in and out, People walking all
    about.
  • Lift both arms up high for the tall shops, then
    with out stretched arms move them up and down,
    to show the lifts moving. Curve arms around in
    front and move them in and out for the doors,
    then wiggle hands round to show the people
    moving.

25
Teddy bear, teddy bear..
  • Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn around. Teddy
    Bear, Teddy Bear, Touch the ground. Teddy Bear,
    Teddy Bear, Tie your shoe. Teddy Bear, Teddy
    Bear, Goodbye to you.

26
Cross the road
  • This is the way we cross the road, We cross the
    road, we cross the road. This is the way we
    cross the road, We stop ,we look we listen. We
    stand at the kerb and we look both ways, Look
    both ways, look both ways. We stand ant the kerb
    and we look both ways, Before we cross the road.
    If the road is clear we cross the road, Cross
    the road, cross the road. If the road is clear
    we cross the road, We follow the green cross
    code.
  • Sung to the tune of 'Here we go round the
    Mulberry bush'. By Green cross code

27
Two fat gentlemen
  • Two fat gentlemen met in the lane, Bowed most
    politely, bowed once again. How do you do? How
    do you do? How do you do again? Two thin
    ladies met in the lane, Bowed most politely,
    bowed once again. How do you do? How do you do?
    How do you do again? Two tall policemen met in
    the lane, Bowed most politely, bowed once again.
    How do you do? How do you do? How do you do
    again? Two little schoolboys met in a lane,
    Bowed most politely, bowed once again. How do
    you do? How do you do? How do you do again?
    Two little babies met in a lane, Bowed most
    politely, bowed once again. How do you do? How
    do you do? How do you again?
  • This is a simple rhyme that uses your thumbs and
    all your fingers. Two fat gentlemen - thumbs
    Two thin ladies - forefingers Two tall
    policemen - middle fingers Two little school
    boys - ring fingers Two liitle babies - little
    fingers Start with your thumbs held up, facing
    each other so that they can bend towards each
    other to bow. Bow, twice and then alternately
    when you say 'How do you do?' and then together
    again for the last line. Repeat using other
    fingers.

28
Two little dickie birds
  • Two little dickie-birds sitting on a wall, One
    named Peter, one named Paul. Fly away Peter, fly
    away Paul, Come back Peter, come back Paul.
  • Stick a small piece of paper onto each
    forefinger to represent the two birds. Place the
    two fingers out in front. Wiggle one finger for
    each bird. For the birds to fly away raise each
    hand in turn but return it to starting position
    but with the middle finger out, so the pieces of
    paper look like they have gone. Then when you
    call the birds back repeat the hand movements but
    bring back the forefingers instead of the middle
    fingers and the pieces of paper will reappear.

29
Nursery rhymes and songs
  • Minibeasts

30
Fire-fly
  • Fire-fly, fire-fly, Come from the hill, Your
    father and mother Are waiting here still.
    They've brought you some sugar, Some candy, and
    meat, For baby to eat.

31
Bees buzz
  • Here is the beehive But where are the bees?
    Hidden away Where nobody sees. Look and you'll
    see them Come out of the hive, One, Two, Three,
    Four, Five, Bzzzzzzzzzzzz.

32
Hong ching-ting
  • Hong ching-ting. Ching ching ting. Shih shang
    ching ching ting, Shui shang ching ching ting,
    Feng li ching ching ting.
  • Traditional Chinese nursery rhyme Translation
    to English Red dragonflies Gently stop. On
    the rocks gently they stop, On the water gently
    they stop, In the breeze gently they stop.

33
Incy Wincy Spider
  • Incy Wincy spider, climbed up the spout, Down
    came the rain and washed the spider out. Out
    came the sunshine, And dried up all the rain.
    Incy Wincy spider, climbed up the spout again.

34
Ladybird
  • Ladybird, ladybird, Fly away home. Your house
    is on fire, And your children all gone. All
    except one, And that's Ann, For she has crept
    under, The frying pan.

35
Little frog
  • This little frog has two eyes, Four legs, One
    mouth, no tail, Says croak, croak and Plops
    into the water. These little frogs have four
    eyes, Eight legs, Two mouths, no tails, Say
    croak, croak and Plop into the water.

36
Nursery rhymes and songs
  • Food

37
An apple a day
  • An apple a day Sends the doctor away Apple in
    the morning Doctor's warning Roast apple at
    night Starves the doctor outright Eat an apple
    going to bed Knock the doctor on the head
    Three each day, seven days a week Ruddy apple,
    ruddy cheek.

38
Chick, chick, chick chick chicken
  • Chick, chick, chick, chick, chicken, Lay a
    little egg for me. Chick, chick, chick, chick,
    chicken, I want one for my tea. I haven't had
    an egg since Easter, And now it's half past
    three. So, chick, chick, chick, chicken, Lay a
    little egg for me.

39
Five crispy pancakes
  • Five crispy pancakes in a frying pan, Flip them
    and toss them and catch them if you can. Along
    came (choose a child), For a pancake one day
    Sprinkled it with sugar and took it away. Four
    crispy pancakes in a frying pan ..

40
Hot cross buns
  • Hot cross buns, Hot cross buns. One a penny,
    Two a penny. Hot cross buns. If you have no
    daughters, Give them to your sons. One a penny,
    Two a penny. Hot cross buns.
  • Hot cross buns are a traditional Easter
    celebration food

41
Ice-cream, a penny a lump!
  • Ice cream, a penny a lump! The more you eat, the
    more you jump. Eeper, Weeper, Chimney sweeper,
    Married a wife and could not keep her. Married
    another, Did not love her, Up the chimney he
    did shove her!

42
Pat-a-cake
  • Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, bakers man, Bake me a
    cake as fast as you can. Pat it and prick it,
    And mark it with B. Put it in the oven, For
    baby and me.

43
Nursery songs and rhymes
  • Transport

44
Down at the station
  • Down at the station Early in the morning See
    the little engines All in a row - The man
    inside the engine Turns a little handle
    Poop-poop, choof-choof Off we go!

45
Five little spacemen
  • Five little men in a flying saucer, Flew around
    the world one day. They looked left and right,
    But they didn't like the sight. So one man flew
    away. ZOOOOOOOOOM! Four little men in a flying
    saucer......

46
Traffic lights
  • Stop says the red light Go says the green Be
    careful says the yellow light Twinkling in
    between.

47
The train
  • Tickerty-tack Over the track Far, far away
    Puffing all day Tickerty-too Hurry up do!
    Trains cannot wait Must not be late
    Tickerty-tock Nickerty-nock Speeding along
    Singing this song Tickerty-tackerty
    Nickerty-nackerty Tickerty-tackerty Tock!

48
Crossing the road
  • This is the way we cross the road, We cross the
    road, we cross the road. This is the way we
    cross the road, We stop ,we look we listen. We
    stand at the kerb and we look both ways, Look
    both ways, look both ways. We stand ant the kerb
    and we look both ways, Before we cross the road.
  • If the road is clear we cross the road, Cross
    the road, cross the road. If the road is clear
    we cross the road, We follow the green cross
    code.
  • Sung to the tune of 'Here we go round the
    Mulberry bush'. By Green cross code

49
Traffic lights
  • Red light, red light, what do you say? I say
    stop, and stop right away Yellow light, yellow
    light, what do you mean? I mean wait till the
    lights turn green Green light, green light, what
    do you say? I say cross, but please look each
    way Thank-you, thank-you red, yellow, green
    Now we know what the traffic lights mean.
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