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A Swinging Elephant

A Swinging Elephant

An elephant swaying On a web, web, web Spider web It was such a game So much fun That suddenly Ba da boom Two elephants swaying On a web, web, web Spider web It was such a fun game That suddenly Ba da boom
You can sit on the floor with your baby against you and rock yourself while you sing this children’s song to him. At the “ba da boom,” rock back gently if your child is tiny, a little faster, and more robust if he is already 3 or 4 years old. You can keep adding elephants to this nursery rhyme to enjoy and teach it to count

The turtle family

We must never see we will recognize The turtle family running after the rats the tortoise daddy And the turtle mum and the turtle children Will always go in the string You can, for a model, wave your baby’s thumb or toes when you count the daddy, mom, and children.

he runs, he runs, the ferret

He runs, he runs, the ferret, The wood ferret, Ladies, runs, he runs, the ferret, The pretty wood ferret. He’s been here, and He’s been here. He’ll come back that way; He’ll come back that way. He runs, he runs, the ferret, The wood ferret, Ladies, runs, he runs, the ferret, The pretty wood ferret.
You can accompany the lyrics of this nursery rhyme with large gestures during the chorus as if a ferret is running past you and then running away in one direction and then another. If your child is older, you can imitate the ferret and run together singing “he runs, he runs.” Your little one will surely love it!

let’s wander in the forest

Let’s walk in the woods. Meantime the gulp down is not there. He would eat us if the wolf were there, but he would not consume us since he is not there. Wolf, are you there? What do you do? Do you hear? I put on my shirt. Let’s take a walk in the woods. At the same time, the wolf is not there. He would eat us if the wolf were there, but he would not consume us since he is not there. Wolf, are you there? What do you do? Do you hear?

I put on my panties 

This nursery rhyme is ideal for gradually dressing your little one. If accordingly child is a limited older, ask him to play the wolf and put on his clothes by saying in a loud voice, “I’m putting on my shirt/panties / etc.”. ” At the end of the song, he may even start chasing you to catch you like a wolf!
There are many songs and nursery rhymes for early childhood, some recent, like “Pirouette, peanut” and others even going back several centuries like

“Cadet Rousselle” or “

Marlborough goes to war.” About that arsenal at your disposal, you have extended hours of laughing through affection, the little one in the cover of you! You can sit on the floor with your baby against you and rock yourself while you sing this children’s song to him. At the “ba da boom,” rock back gently if your child is tiny, a little faster, and more robust if he is already 3 or 4 years old. You can keep adding elephants to this nursery rhyme to enjoy and teach it to count. words that start with t

Will always go in the string You can, for a model,

He’s been here, and He’s been here. He’ll come back that way; He’ll come back that way.

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