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Nursery Rhymes That “Grow” On You. There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe. There was an old woman who lived in a shoe She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do! She bought a garden plot, her veggies grew tall Great food and great health, for one and all! Beans and corn

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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe

Nursery

Rhymes That

“Grow” On You


There was an old woman who lived in a shoe

There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe

She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do!

She bought a garden plot, her veggies grew tall

Great food and great health, for one and all!

Beans and corn

Tomatoes and squash

Peas and onions too!

Potatoes and carrots

Broccoli and lettuce

Nutrition abounds, it’s true!


The cows go marching one by one

The Cows Go Marching One By One

The cows go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrahThe cows go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrahThe cows go marching one by one,The little cow stops for farming fun (calf)And they all go marching down… to the barnTo get out, of the field …BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

2: The little cow says, “I have milk for you!”

3: The little cow stops and says “Farming’s for me.”

4: The little cow asks, “What crops are store?”

5: The little cow stops to see the beehive.

6: The little cow stops to show “milking tricks”

7: The little cow stops and says “It’s after eleven.”

8: The little cow stops by the corn, it looks great.

9: The little cow stops by the fields so fine.

10: The little cow stops and says “This is the end.”


Three grains of rice three blind mice

Three Grains of RiceThree Blind Mice

Rice field in Texas

Three grains of rice

Three grains of rice

Rice for food to eat

Rice it’s pretty sweet!

Rice is a grain, a staple food!

Lots of water and sun

And a good attitude!

Three grains of rice.

Three grains of rice.

Three grains of rice.

Three grains of rice.

Rice for food to eat

Rice it’s pretty sweet!

The US and Asia, best places to grow

Wheat, corn, and rice, staple foods you know

Three grains of rice.

Three grains of rice.

www.freerice.com


The farmer is so swell the farmer in the dell

The farmer is so swell

The farmer is so swell

Hi-ho, the derry-o,

The farmer is so swell.The farmer plants a fieldThe farmer plants a field

Hi-ho, the derry-o,The farmer plants a field.

There’s food for the world

There’s food for the world

Hi-ho, the derry-o

There’s food for the world.

The farmer milks the cows

The farmer milks the cows

Hi-ho, the derry-o

The farmer milks the cows.

The cows give us milk

The cows give us milk

Hi-ho, the derry-o

The cows give us milk.

From milk you make the cheese

From milk you make the cheese

Hi-ho, the derry-o

From milk you make the cheese.

Ice cream and yogurt too

Ice cream and yogurt too

Hi-ho, the derry-o

Ice cream and yogurt too.

Renewable energy

Renewable energy

Hi-ho, the derry-o

Renewable energy.

The Farmer Is So SwellThe Farmer In The Dell


Hickory dickory dock

Hickory Dickory Dock

Hickory Dickory Dock

A farmer sure does rock!

They plant seeds in the spring

A fall harvest they bring

Hickory Dickory Dock!


All around the chicken coop mulberry bush

All Around The Chicken CoopMulberry Bush

All around the chicken coop

The chicken chased the rooster

The rooster stopped to “cock-a-doodle-do”

Pop went the rooster!


Baa baa black sheep

Baa-Baa Black Sheep

Baa-baa black sheep

Have you any wool

Yes sir, yes sir

Fiber is the goal!

Fiber for clothes

For blankets too

Fiber for a shirt

For me and you.

Repeat.


There was an old woman who lived in a shoe

Farmer BobBobby ShafttoeFarmer BobHe plows the landPrepares the soil for what’s at handPlant the seeds And watch them growHarvest soon, a farmer knows!


Diddle diddle dumpling farmer john

Diddle-Diddle Dumpling Farmer John

Diddle-diddle dumpling Farmer John

Went to bed with his farmer hat on

One boot off and one boot on

Diddle-diddle dumpling, Farmer John!


Ding dong bell

Ding-Dong Bell

Ding-dong bell

How can you tell?

Whether it wheat

Or a barley treat!

Looks almost the same

How do you name?

Looks like barley to me

Nope, it’s wheat you see

I can’t tell the shaft

The farmer just laughed.

Ding-dong bell

How can you tell?


Eeny meeny miny moe

Eeny Meeny Miny Moe

Eeny Meeny Miny Moe

Plant a garden, watch it grow

Lots of good food, this I know

Eeny Meeny Miny Moe!


The eencey weencey seeds

The Eencey Weencey Seeds

The eencey weencey seeds

Germinated from the ground

Out came the rain

Seeds were sprouting all around

Out came the sun

The plants said, “Hip-Hip Hooray!”

It’s fun to grow and grow

Bringing food to kids some day.


Fee fi fo fum

Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum!

Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum!

I smell veggies

Are you growing some?

I’m growing lots

Cause they’re good for you

Here’s some seeds

Won’t you grow some too!


Georgie porgie apple pie

Georgie Porgie Apple Pie

Georgie Porgie Apple Pie

Fruit in dessert

So delicious, my oh my!

Apple trees

Peach trees

Cherry pie too!

Strawberry or rhubard

Which one is for you?


Hey diddle diddle

Hey Diddle Diddle

Hey diddle diddle

I’ll tell you a riddle

‘Bout a cow who’ll get milked at noon

Her milk is so sweet

The ice cream, what a treat

Here’s a dish

And a very large spoon.


Hokey pokey

Hokey Pokey

Put a “seed packet” in

Put a “seed packet” out

Put a “seed packet” in

And shake it all about

Do the Hokey Pokey

And turn yourself around

That’s what it’s all about!


Humpty dumpty

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

All the farmers in town

Both women and men

Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

To the coop they went

To get another egg

They gathered up several

Didn’t ask or beg.

The chickens, that’s there job

To lay an egg a day

They’re delicious and healthy

That’s all I can say!


Hot sweet buns

Hot Sweet Buns

Hot sweet buns

Hot sweet buns

Made from wheat

Hard red spring wheat

Hot sweet buns.


Hush a bye baby

Hush A Bye Baby

Hush a bye baby, on the tree top

Look at those apples

It’s quite a good crop

They’ll grow each day, like you

They’ll get red and round

The sauce, good and tasty

With apples all around.


Hush little baby

Hush Little Baby

Hush little baby don’t say a word

Mama’s going to buy you a mocking bird

And when that mocking bird does sing

He’ll sing a pretty song, your ears will ring…

Hey everyone, meet Farmer Brown

He grows food for the world

For people all around

All that fruit and those veggies

That you love to eat

Oh, hey everyone, what a tasty treat!


I see the sun

I See The Sun

I see the sun

And the sun sees me

God Bless the sun

That makes food for you and me.


It s raining it s pouring

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring

It’s raining, it’s pouring

The old farmer’s snoring

He uses his head

Before he goes to bed

Then he’s ready to work in the morning.


I ve been working on the railroad

I’ve Been Working On The Railroad

I’ve been working on the railroad

All my livelong days

I’ve been working on the railroad

Transporting crops in many ways

Don’t you hear the whistle blowing

Like farmers, up early in the morn

Don’t you hear the farmer shouting

Dinah, grow that corn!

Dinah won’t you grow, Dinah won’t you grow

Dinah won’t you grow that cor-r-rn!

Dinah won’t you grow, Dinah won’t you grow

Dinah won’t you grow that corn.

Someone’s in the kitchen with Dinah…..

…Checking how that corn does grow!

Fee-Fie, Fiddlie-i-oh! Checking how that corn does grow!


Jack and jill

Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill

Were farmers on the hill

Who are farmers who use terrace farming

There’s tricks indeed, that they will need

Cause harvesting can be alarming!


Food and fiber john jacob

Food and Fiber (John Jacob)

Food and fiber

Come from farmers everywhere

Our nutrition

And our clothes depend

On the crops the farmers grow

Animals raised

It’s quite a show

Food and fiber

Come from farmers everywhere!


Farmer ray this old man

Farmer Ray(This Old Man)

Farmer Ray

He planted “1”

One acre of soybeans

He’s having fun

With a knickknack, paddy whack

Seeding time is fun

Harvest time will soon be done!

2: two acres of wheat, hard red spring for you

3: three acres of corn, some sweet some feed

4: four acres of barley, what else is in store?

5: five acres of rice, keeps me alive

6: six acres of durum, with pasta in the mix

7: seven acres of cotton, soft as heaven

8: eight acres of beans, such protein is great

9: nine acres of sugar beets, so sweet and fine

10: ten acres of sunflowers, seeds and oil in the end


The rooster sits kookaburra

The Rooster Sits (Kookaburra)

The rooster sits on a nearby tree

Merry, merry king

Of the barnyard is he

Crow, Rooster

Crow, Rooster

Save some feed for me!


The barnyard bridge london bridge

The Barnyard Bridge(London Bridge)

The barnyard bridge

With fields all around

Fields all around

Fields all around

The barnyard bridge

With fields all around

It takes the farmer home.


The farmers feed millions my bonnie lies over the ocean

The Farmers Feed Millions(My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean)

There’s fields that lie over the ocean

There’s fields that lie over the shore

There’s fields that lie over the ocean

Lots of fields that feed millions and more.

They feed them, they feed them

The farmers feed millions

And more, and more

They feed them, they feed them

The farmers feed millions and more.


Old farmer joe old king cole

Old Farmer Joe(Old King Cole)

Old Farmer Joe was a merry old soul

And a merry old soul was he!

Hard working and kind

Such great farmers you’ll find

For they feed the land of the free!


Pumpkin eater

Pumpkin Eater

Peter, Peter

Pumpkin eater

Had some seeds for Derek Jeter

Jeter liked his pumpkin pie

120 days to harvest, my oh my!


Is farming for you

Is Farming For You?

Skip, skip

Is farming for you?

Skip, skip

Is farming for you?

Skip, skip

Is farming for you?

Is farming for you my darling?


Farmer bunday

Farmer Bunday

Farmer Bunday, born on Monday

Planted on Tuesday

Weeded on Wednesday

Harvested on Thursday

Transported of Friday

Sold on Saturday

Rested on Sunday

This is the story of Farmer Bunday!


Twinkle twinkle

Twinkle, Twinkle

Twinkle, twinkle little star

Guide our farmers from afar

Bless them well, protect their crop

Keep them safe

Plus our food when we shop

Twinkle, twinkle, little star

Guide our farmers from afar!


Where s a pumpkin

Where’s A Pumpkin?

Where’s a pumpkin?

Where’s a pumpkin?

In the patch!

In the patch!

Colorful and round

Find’em on the ground

How ‘bout that?

How ‘bout that?


10 little farmers

10 Little Farmers

One little, two little, three little farmers

Four little, five little, six little farmers

Seven little, eight little, nine little farmers

Ten little farmers to plant our food!

Ten little, nine little, eight little consumers

Seven little, six little, five little consumers

Four little, three little, two little consumers

One consumer to eat the farmer’s food!


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