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  1. Group ProjectREAD 3316 • By Mackenzie Tatum & Hannah Gray

  2. Good Morning(Beginning of the Day) Good morning, good morning How are you today? Say good morning, good morning In a special way. Let’s say it like a duck Quack, quack, quack! Let’s say it like a dog Woof, woof, woof! Let’s say it like a cat Meow, meow, meow! Let’s say it all together Good morning, good morning How are you today? Say good morning, good morning In a special way.

  3. Good Morning Boogie(Beginning of the Day) Good morning, good morning (students wave) How are you today? (students shrug shoulders) Say good morning, good morning (students wave) In a special way. (students high five, shake hands, etc.) Let’s say it like a duck (students shout animal) Quack, quack, quack! (students act like ducks) Let’s say it like a dog (students shout animal) Woof, woof, woof! (students act like a dog) Let’s say it like a cat (students shout animal) Meow, meow, meow! (students act like cats) Let’s say it all together (students wave spirit fingers) Good morning, good morning (students wave) How are you today? (students shrug shoulders) Say good morning, good morning (students wave) In a special way. (students high five, shake hands, etc.) Source: Songs for Teaching (http://www.songsforteaching.com/caroline&danny/goodmorning.php) Motions by: Mackenzie Tatum and Hannah Gray

  4. Going To Preschool(Coming to the Cycle) Going to Preschool is lot’s of fun, It’s lot’s of fun going to Preschool, We count to one and then to two, So let’s all sing along, Going to preschool is lot’s of fun, It’s lot’s of fun going to Preschool, We count to one and then to two, So let’s all sing along,

  5. Going to Preschool(Coming to the Cycle)Sang to the tune of “Father Abraham” Going to Preschool is lot’s of fun, It’s lot’s of fun going to Preschool, We count to one and then to two, So let’s all sing along, (Right Arm)(students shake arm and continue singing) Going to preschool is lot’s of fun, It’s lot’s of fun going to Preschool, We count to one and then to two, So let’s all sing along, (Left Arm)… (Continue repeating until all limbs are done and finish by saying “sit down.”) Source –Wiggles and Giggles Preschool; www.atozpreschool.com Tamela E.

  6. Cleanup Time(Being a Helper) Clean up time, clean up time, Lend a hand and sing a rhyme. Clean up time, so do your part, Ready, get set, now start! Clean up your toys, put ‘em away. Put ‘em away, oh put put ‘em away. Put ‘em away, where they belong. Cleaning up is the name of this song.

  7. Cleanup Time(Being a Helper) Clean up time, clean up time, (Have students clean up toys while singing) Lend a hand and sing a rhyme. Clean up time, so do your part, Ready, get set, now start! Clean up your toys, put ‘em away. Put ‘em away, oh put put ‘em away. Put ‘em away, where they belong. Cleaning up is the name of this song. Source: Songs for Teaching http://www.songsforteaching.com/caroline&danny/cleanuptime.php) Motions: Mackenzie Tatum & Hannah Gray

  8. Rain(Spring) Rain on the green grass, Rain on the trees, Rain on the rooftop, But not on me!

  9. Rain(Spring) Rain on the green grass, (Make rain motions with fingers, bringing fingers all the way to ground.) Rain on the trees, (Make rain motions with fingers to shoulders, then sweep hands around to form treetop.) Rain on the rooftop, (Make rain motions with fingers to top of head, then form triangle over head.) But not on me! (Make large "x" with right index finger; point to self.) Source: Children’s Songs and Action Rhymes for Spring by Julie Vickery-Smith http://www.theholidayzone.com/spring/songs.html

  10. All the Leaves are Falling Down(Fall) All the leaves are falling down, falling down, falling down All the leaves are falling down, it is fall. Take the rake and rake them up, rake them up, rake them up Take the rake and rake them up, it is fall. Make a pile and jump right in, jump right in, jump right in Make a pile and jump right in, it is fall.

  11. All the Leaves are Falling Down(Fall)Tune: “London Bridges Falling Down” All the leaves are falling down, falling down, falling down (Imitate leaves falling down) All the leaves are falling down, it is fall. Take the rake and rake them up, rake them up, rake them up (Imitate raking leaves) Take the rake and rake them up, it is fall. Make a pile and jump right in, jump right in, jump right in, (Children jump forward) Make a pile and jump right in, it is fall. Source: Fall Leaves Songs and Chants by Jean Warren http://www.preschoolexpress.com/music_station07/fall-leaves-songs-rhymes-sep07.shtml

  12. The Winter Song(Winter) Let’s sing a winter song, Let’s sing a winter song. The days are short, the nights are long, Let’s sing a winter song. The winter is cold, The winter is cold, It freezes noses, ears and toes, The winter wind is cold. Winter is now here, Winter is now here, Put on your coat, your hat, your gloves, Winter is now here.

  13. The Winter SongTo the tune of “Farmer in the Dell”(Winter) Let’s sing a winter song, (students shiver) Let’s sing a winter song. (students shiver) The days are short, the nights are long, (students make short lengths, then long) Let’s sing a winter song. (students shiver) The winter is cold, The winter is cold, It freezes noses, ears and toes, (students touch nose, ears and toes) The winter wind is cold. Winter is now here, Winter is now here, Put on your coat, your hat, your gloves, (students act like putting on coat, hat and gloves) Winter is now here. Source: Winter songs http://perpetualpreschool.com_themes/ice/ice_songs.htm

  14. Take Me Out to the Ocean(Summer) Take me out to the ocean Take me out to the sea There goes starfish and a sand dollar I’m having such fun, I’ve just got to holler Oh, it’s swim, swim, swim underwater Catch a ride on a whale, don’t fear For the sea animals are out friends Let’s give a great big cheer!

  15. Take Me Out to the OceanTo the tune of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”(Summer) Take me out to the ocean (students sway to the left) Take me out to the sea (students sway to the right) There goes starfish and a sand dollar (students point to the ground) I’m having such fun, I’ve just got to holler (students shout and jump in place) Oh, it’s swim, swim, swim underwater (students swim) Catch a ride on a whale, don’t fear (students catch a ride as if they are riding a bull) For the sea animals are out friends Let’s give a great big cheer! (students shout and wave spirit fingers) Source : Music & Songs www.preschooleducation.com/summer.shtml ; Motions- Hannah Gray & Mackenzie Tatum

  16. Old Lady(Halloween) There was an old lady in a pointed hat. She came to my door with a rap a tap, tap. I opened up the door to see who was there. She jumped on her broom and flew through the air.

  17. Old Lady(Halloween) There was an old lady in a pointed had. (make a pointed hat with hands about head) She came to my door with a rap a tap tap. (pretend to knock on a door) I opened up the door to see who was there. (pretend to open a door) She jumped on her broom and flew through the air. (jump and pretend to fly) Source: Everything Preschool; Sussie; www.everythingpreschool.com; Motions- Cody Walker

  18. My Valentine Heart(Valentines) When I say I love you It comes from my heart You hear it in your ear And it sounds very smart I love it when you’re proud of me You say it all day long And when I hear you say it My heart sings a merry song!

  19. My Valentine Heart(Valentines) When I say I love you (Point to lips) It comes from my heart (Put Hand on heart) You hear it in your hear (Point to ear) And it sounds very smart (Point to head) I love it when you’re proud of me (Stand Very Tall) You say it all day long (Stretch arms wide) And when I hear you say it (Point to ear) My heart sings a merry song (Hand on heart) Source – www.childfun.com; Jenny Wanderscheild

  20. I’m a Little Leprechaun (St. Patrick’s Day) I’m a little leprechaun short and stout Look at my top hat and hear me shout When I get all excited, listen to me dear St. Patrick’s Day is now right here!

  21. I’m a Little Leprechaun To the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot” (St. Patrick’s Day) (have students sing in an Irish accent) I’m a little leprechaun short and stout Look at my top hat and hear me shout When I get all excited, listen to me dear St. Patrick’s Day is now right here! Source: http://www.perpetualpreschool.com/holiday_themes/stpat_songs.html

  22. Five Little Turkeys(Thanksgiving) Five little turkeys standing in a row. First turkey said "I don't want to grow." Second turkey said "Why do you say that?“ Third turkey said "I want to get fat." Fourth turkey said "Thanksgiving is near.“ Fifth turkey said "Yes, that's what I hear." Then the five little turkeys that were standing in a row, All said together "Come on! Let's go!"

  23. Five Little Turkeys(Thanksgiving) Five little turkeys standing in a row. (Hold up 5 fingers) First turkey said "I don't want to grow." (Wiggle thumb) Second turkey said "Why do you say that?" (Wiggle first finger) Third turkey said "I want to get fat." (Wiggle middle finger) Fourth turkey said "Thanksgiving is near." (Wiggle ring finger) Fifth turkey said "Yes, that's what I hear." (Wiggle little finger) Then the five little turkeys that were standing in a row, All said together "Come on! Let's go!“ (all fingers run away!) Source: Preschool Thanksgiving Activities http://www.preschool-plan-it.com/preschool-thanksgiving-activities.html

  24. Oh Where, Oh Where (Christmas) Oh where, oh where did the little elves go Oh where, oh where can they be They were making the gifts and packing the sleigh I hope there is a gift for me Oh where, oh where did Santa Claus go? Oh where, oh where can he be? He was reading his list, and checking it twice Oh, I hope my name he will see.

  25. Oh Where, Oh Where Tune of “Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone” (Christmas) Oh where, oh where did the little elves go Oh where, oh where can they be (students pretend to search under desks) They were making the gifts and packing the sleigh I hope there is a gift for me (students hold up one finger and point to themselves) Oh where, oh where did Santa Claus go? Oh where, oh where can he be? (students pretend to search under desks) He was reading his list, and checking it twice Oh, I hope my name he will see. (students hold up one finger and point to themselves) Motions: Hannah Gray & Mackenzie Tatum Source: http://www.perpetualpreschool.com/holiday_themes/Christmas_songs.html

  26. Bunny, Bunny, Bunny (Easter) Bunny, bunny, bunny you’re so funny with your twitching nose Bunny, bunny, bunny from your head to your toes Bunny, bunny, bunny your ears are funny, they’re too big for you Bunny, bunny, bunny you’re so funny, everyone loves you!

  27. Easter Everywhere (Easter) Bunny, bunny, bunny you’re so funny with your twitching nose (students wiggle nose) Bunny, bunny, bunny from your head to your toes (students point to head; bend over and touch toes) Bunny, bunny, bunny your ears are funny, they’re too big for you (students make bunny ears with hands on top of heads) Bunny, bunny, bunny you’re so funny, everyone loves you! (students hug themselves) Motions: Dawn http://www.perpetualpreschool.com/holiday_themes/easter_songs.html

  28. Roly-Poly Caterpillar(Insects) Roly-poly caterpillar Into a corner crept, Spun around himself a blanket Then for a long time slept. Roly-poly caterpillar Wakening by and by, Found himself with beautiful wings Changed to a butterfly.

  29. Roly-Poly Caterpillar(Insects) Roly-poly caterpillar (wiggle right pointer finger) Into a corner crept, (place right pointer finger in left cupped hand) Spun around himself a blanket (spin around) Then for a long time slept. (place head on folded hands) Roly-poly caterpillar (wiggle right pointer finger) Wakening by and by, ("stretch" right pointer finger) Found himself with beautiful wings Changed to a butterfly. (flutter arms like wings) Source: Preschool Education: Music and Songs: Bugs http://www.preschooleducation.com/sbug.shtml

  30. Changing Weather(Weather) One day the sun was shining bright But some clouds came along and it became black as night Then the rain began to sprinkle onto the ground And soon it was raining all over the town But when the clouds had passed on by A big beautiful rainbow stretched across the sky

  31. Changing Weather(Weather) One day the sun was shining bright (hold up right hand for sun) But some clouds came along and it became black as night (hold up left hand for clouds) Then the rain began to sprinkle onto the ground (students wiggle fingers for rain coming down) And soon it was raining all over the town But when the clouds had passed on by (move both hands to the right) A big beautiful rainbow stretched across the sky (students left hand make an arc over the head to make a rainbow) Source: Perpetual Preschool: Weather Songs http://www.perpetualpreschool.com/preschool_themes/weather/weather_songs.htm

  32. Scat the Cat(Colors) Scat the cat was a black cat. Everyone in his family was black. But Scat the Cat was tired of being like everyone else. So he said, "I'm Scat the Cat I'm Sassy and Fat I change my colors just like that." So Scat the cat changed into (. He was as . Scat the Cat enjoyed being a for a few days. But then he got tired. So he said: (Repeat the “Scat the Cat changed… part with different colors) Well Scat the Cat had changed his colors many times. He found out that it wasn't so bad being a black cat. So he said, (Repeat verse)

  33. Scat the Cat(Colors) Scat the cat was a black cat. Everyone in his family was black. But Scat the Cat was tired of being like everyone else. So he said (snap fingers) "I'm Scat the Cat I'm Sassy and Fat I change my colors just like that." So Scat the cat changed into a (name of color) cat. He was as (green as the grass; blue as the sky, red as an apple, yellow as a lemon, orange as an orange,). Scat the Cat enjoyed being a (name of color) cat for a few days. But then he got tired. So he said: (Repeat Scat the Cat Verse) *After naming last color: Well Scat the Cat had changed his colors many times. He found out that it wasn't so bad being a black cat. So he said, (Repeat Verse One) Source: Perpetual Preschool: Color Songs (Scat the Cat by Dawn) http://www.perpetualpreschool.com/preschool_themes/colors/colors_songs.htm

  34. Grandma’s Glasses(Family) These are Grandma's glasses. This is Grandma's hat. And this is the way she folds her hands And lays them in her lap. These are Grandpa's glasses. This is Grandpa's hat. And this is the way he folds his arms And takes a little nap.

  35. Grandma’s Glasses(Family) (Recite this first verse in a high, soft voice) These are Grandma's glasses. (Make "glasses" over eyes with fingers.) This is Grandma's hat. (Place hands close together over head.) And this is the way she folds her hands (Clasp hands together.) And lays them in her lap. (Place hands in lap.) (Recite this second verse in a deep, low voice) These are Grandpa's glasses. (Make "glasses" over eyes with fingers.) This is Grandpa's hat. (Place hands farther apart over head.) And this is the way he folds his arms (Cross arms) And takes a little nap. (Place head on arms, as if sleeping) Source: Songs for Teaching: Using Music to Promote Learning. http://www.songsforteaching.com/fingerplays/grandmasglasses.htm

  36. Here Is an Apple(Apples) Here is an apple, and here is an apple And a great big apple I see Now let’s count the apples we’ve made One-Two-Three!

  37. Here Is an Apple(Apples) Here is an apple, and here is an apple (students make a circle with one hand, and then the other) And a great big apple I see (students make a big circle over head) Now let’s count the apples we’ve made (students repeat above actions) One-Two-Three! Motions: Hannah Gray Source: Music and Songs (http://www.preschooleducation.com/sapple.shtml)

  38. Old MacDonald Had a Farm(The Farm) Old MacDonald Had a Farm E-I-E-I-O And on that farm there were some ducks E-I-E-I-O With a quack-quack here And a quack-quack there Here a quack, there a quack, Everywhere a quack-quack Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O

  39. Old MacDonald had a farm(The Farm) Old MacDonald Had a Farm E-I-E-I-O And on that farm there were some ducks (make duck movements) E-I-E-I-O With a quack-quack here (make duck movements) And a quack-quack there (make duck movements) Here a quack, there a quack, (make duck movements) Everywhere a quack-quack (make duck movements) Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O More Verses Any farm animal! (make the specific animal movement) Source: www.preschoolrainbow.org

  40. Wheels on the Bus(Transportation) The wheels on the bus go round and round, Round and round, round and round, The wheels on the bus go round and round All through the town.

  41. Wheels On The Bus(Transportation) The wheels on the bus go round and round, Round and round, round and round, (move arms in circular motion) The wheels on the bus go round and round All through the town. (move arms in circular motion) More Verses The wipers on the bus goes swish. (move arms left to right) The doors on the bus go open and shut. (move arms from chest to strait out, looks like doors opening and closing) The horn on the bus goes beep. (make motion with hand like your honking a horn in front of you) The people on the bus go up and down. (squat up and down) Source: www.atozkidsstuff.com

  42. The Wide Eyed Owl(Wild Animals) There’s a wide-eyed owl, With a pointed nose, With two pointed ears, And claws for his toes. He lives high in a tree. When he looks at you He flaps his wings, And says “whoo, whoo, whoo.”

  43. The Wide Eyed Owl(Wild Animals) There’s a wide-eyed owl, (open up eyes real wide) With a pointed nose, (point to nose) With two pointed ears, (point to ears) And claws for his toes.(point to toes) He lives high in a tree. (make tree limbs out of arms) When he looks at you (point to students) He flaps his wings, and says “whoo, whoo, whoo.” (flap your hands) Source: www.preschooleducation.com; Motions: Cody Walker

  44. Love Your Pets(Pets) Love, love. Love your pets Love them everyday. Give them food and water too Then let them run and play

  45. Love Your PetsTune of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”(Pets) Love, love. Love your pets (students hug themselves) Love them everyday. Give them food and water too Then let them run and play (students run around in circles) Source: www.preschooleducation.com/shousepets/html Motions: Hannah Gray & Mackenzie Tatum

  46. Take Me Out to the Ocean(Oceans) Take me out to the ocean Take me out to the sea There goes starfish and a sand dollar I’m having such fun, I’ve just got to holler Oh, it’s swim, swim, swim underwater Catch a ride on a whale, don’t fear For the sea animals are out friends Let’s give a great big cheer!

  47. Take Me Out to the OceanTo the tune of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”(Oceans) Take me out to the ocean (students sway to the left) Take me out to the sea (students sway to the right) There goes starfish and a sand dollar (students point to the ground) I’m having such fun, I’ve just got to holler (students shout and jump in place) Oh, it’s swim, swim, swim underwater (students swim) Catch a ride on a whale, don’t fear (students catch a ride as if they are riding a bull) For the sea animals are out friends Let’s give a great big cheer! (students shout and wave spirit fingers) Source : Music & Songs www.preschooleducation.com/summer.shtml ; Motions- Hannah Gray & Mackenzie Tatum

  48. I’m a Little Flowerpot (Plants) I’m a little flowerpot, mom put me out If you take care of me, I will sprout When you water me, I will grow Into a pretty flower, don’t ya know?

  49. I’m a Little Flowerpot (Plants) I’m a little flowerpot, mom put me out (students point to themselves) If you take care of me, I will sprout (students nod head) When you water me, I will grow (students make sprinkle motions with right hand) Into a pretty flower, don’t ya know? (put right hand on left shoulder, pop left hand through) Motions: Hannah Gray Source: Preschool Education.com- Discover The Fun In Learning http://www.preschooleducation.com/sflower.shtml

  50. Healthy Vegetables (Vegetables) I ate a red tomato, The biggest I have seen. I ate a long zucchini, It was the color green. I ate some yellow corn That was sweet as sweet could be. When I eat my colors, I know I'm healthy!