I smell a mouse. Meouw, meouw — I saw him run into his hole just now.
Here is a bee hive But where are the bees? They are inside where nobody sees Now they come creeping out of the hive One, two, three, four, five. Tommy Thumb, Tommy Thumb Where are you? Here I am, here I am Well, how do you do! Here is the father so loving and dear Here is the mother so full of good cheer Here is the brother so straight and so tall Here is the sister who plays with her doll Here is the baby who rolls his big ball This is a family, God loves one and all!
Where is Thumbkin? Here I am, here I am How are you today sir?
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Very well, I thank you Run away, run away. Repeat for each finger: Pointer Longman Ringman Pinkie. I can make a circle I can make a square I can "write" up and down Right in the air. Two fat gentlemen thumbs Met in the lane Bowed most politely And bowed once again How do you do!
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How do you do! And how do you do again! Repeat for other fingers: Two young schoolboys pointers Two tall policeman middle Two lovely ladies ring Two tiny babies little. Ten little squirrels sitting in a tree These two said: What can we see? This little finger is going to bed Down on his pillow he lays his head Wraps himself in his blankets tight This is the way he sleeps all night. Morning comes, he opens his eyes Back with a toss, the cover flies Up he jumps, is dressed and away Ready for work and play all day.
Let us place our feet in a nice straight row Let us fold our hands together, just so Let us sit up straight like ladies and men Now we are ready for our story to begin. Fingers, fingers I ask you Can you tell me stories true? How children play and have their fun? Can you tell me of squirrels and bees How flowers grow, how baby sleeps? We will tell — Watch us closely — listen well".
Lyrics to Five Little Ducks
Quiet, so quiet We all now will be Listen — a story — And pictures to see! Let your hands go clap, clap, clap Let your fingers to snap, snap, snap Let your lips go up and down But do not make a sound Fold your hands and close each Take a breath and softly sigh — Ahhh! Tap your head And touch your toes Curl yourself up Like a garden hose Stretch on the ground Like a wheelbarrow wide Stand up straight With your hands at your side.
Walk to the left and reach so high Walk to the right and give a big sigh Walk straight ahead and bend down low Walk backward then and step quietly so. Children, children, turn around Children, children, touch the ground Children, children, point your toes Children, children, up you go Children, children, legs stretched wide Children, children, hands at your sides. Up and up and up we go Sometimes fast and sometimes slow When we get right to the top Twist them round and make them … Down and down and down we creep Fold them up and go to sleep.
What if the milkman forgot to stop Just pushed his cart right by? I would fill up my bowl with cornflakes And then have to eat them dry! What if the dustman forgot to stop Just passed our house right by? Our bin would be full of orange peels and tins In a pile right up to the sky! What if the postman forgot to stop Just walked with his bag far away? I would have to write a long letter For him to bring the next day!
What if no-one came to our house To help us now and then? We would have to go out to find them And ask them please to come again! Thank you, God, for helpers Who help us every day! Using fingers of one hand This little Postman:. Shall I run along to see If he is on the mat With something meant for me? It may be just a postcard But it might be a box So I always run to look When the postman knocks. Dear God As I lie in my cosy bed I think of all the people who are Working while I sleep The milkman, the baker, the train driver, The telephone man Please bless them, and all the others Who help me.
Chug, chug, chug! Whistle and blow — Pull out the lever and merrily go Down the valley and up the hill Speeding along with a bright goodwill. Whistle and blow — Pull out the lever and merrily go Down the valley and up the hill Chug, chug, chug! Home we go! Trains cannot wait Must not be late. 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! Here is the train line And here is the train Puff 4 up the line And puff 4 down again. Hear the engine puff Hear if puff, hear it puff Hear the engine puff Choo-choo, choo-choo Hear the big bell ring Hear it ring, hear it ring Hear the big bell ring Ding-dong, ding-dong.
Hear the whistle blow Hear it blow, hear it blow Hear the whistle blow Toot-toot, toot-toot. Hear the engine man shout Hear his shout, hear his shout Hear the engine-man shout All aboard! All aboard! Noisy little puff-a-train! Engines all working so come along Now they are flying high up in the sky Higher and higher and ever so high! Auto, auto may I have a ride?
Yes sir, yes sir, sit down inside Pour in the water, turn on the gasoline Peep-peep, peep-peep, peep-peep, peep-peep Into the country green. In the morning I dress her And we go out to play But I like best to rock her At the close of each day. We will build a little house With two chimneys tall A little sloping roof And a garden wall Two big gates that open wide And two tiny little windows We can peep inside.
We will build a little table Big enough for two Two cosy little chairs One for me, one for you Knock at the door And walk right in For our little house is shining Like a bright new pin. He can never wash his face Nor have chocolate bics for tea But I love him just the same And he loves me. In the morning when I awake Very quickly my bed I made Put on my clothes and shoes with care Hang up my pyjamas, and comb my hair! Pick up the ball, pick up the bat Pick up the fuzzy kitty-cat Into the big toy box they go Then close the lid with care, just so All happy helpers do their share To make their rooms neat everywhere!
Swishety-swish the dishes go In the water to and fro Mother washes while I try To get the dishes very dry! It is very rude too rude to stare But she never thinks of that For her eyes are always there What can she be looking at? I am making cookie dough Round and round the beaters go Add some flour from a cup Stir and stir the batter up Roll them, cut them nice and neat Put them on a cookie sheet Bake them, count them — one, two, three Serve them to my friends for tea. Four little jam tarts Mummy made for tea One for daddy One for mummy That leaves two for me!
Sing a song of washing up Water hot as hot Cups and saucers, plates and spoons Dishes — such a lot Work the dishcloth round and round Wash them clean as clean Polish with a dry white cloth How busy we have been! 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?
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I say cross, but please look each way Thank-you, thank-you: red, yellow, green Now we know what the traffic lights mean. Stop says the red light Go says the green Be careful says the yellow light Twinkling in between. Listen all you boys and girls This is my advice to you When you come to a corner Stop! And this is what you do — Stop! Where is Thumbkin lyrics Where is Thumbkin? Where is Thumbkin? Here I am! How are you, Mia? Very well. I thank you! Let's all play! Where is Pointer?
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My dame has Day and Night Song The sun comes up to start the day There's time to learn and time to play We eat our meals and do our chores There's family time and so much more! At night the moon comes out to shine It's nice to get ready for bedtime We rest our heads and close our There Was a Crooked Man There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile. He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile. He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house.