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The complete book of rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants

Auteur : Jackie Silberg; Pamela Byrne Schiller; Deborah C Wright
Éditeur : Beltsville, MD : Gryphon House, ©2002.
Édition/format :   Livre : CD audio : Musique : Chansons : Public jeunesse   Enregistrement sonore : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Overview: This best-selling book now comes with a double CD featuring fifty songs! The book gives children a variety of ways to fall in love with rhythm, rhyme, repetition, and structural sequence-important building blocks for future readers. With over seven hundred selections, the book and CD will help children build a strong foundation in skills such as listening, imagination, coordination, and spatial and body  Lire la suite...
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Type d’ouvrage : Public jeunesse, Musique
Format : Livre, Enregistrement sonore
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Jackie Silberg; Pamela Byrne Schiller; Deborah C Wright
ISBN : 9780876590539 0876590539
Numéro OCLC : 76064872
Notes : Includes indexes.
Title on accompanying CDs: Music from The complete book of rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants.
Description : 507 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 2 sound discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contenu : Introduction --
1,2,3, --
2,4,6,8 --
A: --
After my bath --
Aiken drum --
Air --
Alack, alack --
All about me --
All by myself --
All through the night --
Alouette --
Alphabet forward and backwards --
Alphabet song --
America the beautiful --
Anchors aweigh --
Animal fair --
Annie Mae --
Ants go marching --
Apples and bananas --
April clouds --
Are you sleeping? --
Arroro mi nino (hush now, my little one) --
Arroz con leche (rice with milk) --
As I was going to Banbury --
As I was going to sell my butter --
As I was going to St Ives --
As I was walking (in a field of wheat) --
As I was walking (near the lake) --
As I went to Bonner --
As I went up the apple tree --
As light as a feather --
Au Clair de la lune (by the light of the moon) --
Aunt Maria --
Auntie, will your dog bite? --
Autumn leaves --
B: --
Baby bear's chicken pox --
Baby bumblebee --
Baby mice --
Baby seeds --
Baker --
Barber, barber --
Bat, bat, come under my hat --
B-B-B-baby --
Be kind to your web-footed friends --
Be very quiet --
Bears eat honey --
Bear --
Bear went over the mountain --
Bed is too small --
Bees --
Betty bought a bit of butter --
Bicycle built for two --
Big and small --
Big bass drum --
Big rock candy mountain --
Big ship sailing --
Big turkey --
Billy boy --
Bingo --
Birds --
Birthday candles --
Blackberries --
Blow, wind, blow --
Bobby shaftoe --
Boom, boom, ain't it great to be crazy? --
Bounce the ball --
Bouncing ball --
Bow wow, says the dog --
Boys and girls --
Brahm's lullaby --
Bryan O'Lynn --
Buenos Dias --
Buffalo gals --
Bumblebee --
Bus --
Buttercups and daisies --
Buying a horse --
Bye baby bunting --
C: --
Cackle, cackle, Mother Goose --
Calliope song --
Can you wash your father's shirt? --
Cap, mittens, shoes, and socks --
Cat --
Catalina Magnalina --
Catch him, crow --
Caterpillar crawled --
Caterpillar --
Charlie over the ocean --
Chickery, chickery, cranny crow --
Chocolate rhyme --
Choosing a kitten --
Christmas is coming --
Clap your hands --
Clementine --
Clock --
Cloud --
Clouds --
Cobbler, cobbler --
Cock-a-doodle-doo --
Cockles and mussels --
Cock's on the housetop --
Color song --
Come and listen --
Come, butter, come --
Counting --
Cow --
Crocodile song --
Crocodile --
Cross patch --
Cuantos cuentos?/how many tales --
Curly locks --
Cushy cow Bonnie --
D: --
Daffy down dilly --
Dance a merry jig --
Dance, thumbkin, dance --
Dancing rainbows --
Deedle, deedle, dumpling --
Devonshire rhyme --
Dickery, dickery, dare --
Did you ever see a lassie? --
Did you feed my cow? --
Diller, a dollar --
Ding, dong, bell --
Dinosaurs --
Dirty old Bill --
Do your ears hang low? --
Donkey, donkey --
Donut song --
Doodlebug --
Doodle-li-do --
Dormy, dormy dormouse --
Down by the bay --
Down by the riverside --
Down by the station --
Downy duck --
Dr Foster went to Gloucester --
Dusty --
E: --
Eeny, meeny, miney, mo --
El barquito (the little boat) --
Elephant goes --
Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsey, and Bess --
Elsie Marley --
Engine, engine --
Erie Canal --
Every morning at eight o'clock --
Eye rhymes --
Eye winkler --
F: --
Family --
Family fun --
Farmer in the dell --
Father, mother, and Uncle John --
Fiddle-i-fee --
Fido --
Firefighters --
Fire, fire --
Five currant buns --
Five fingers on each hand --
Five little ducks --
Five little fingers --
Five little froggies --
Five little mice --
Five little monkeys (jumping on the bed) --
Five little monkeys (swinging from a tree) --
Five little pumpkins --
Five little sausages --
Five little snowmen --
Five little speckled frogs --
Five waiting pumpkins --
Floppy rag doll --
Flour of England, fruit of Spain --
Fly hath married the bumblebee --
Fooba wooba John --
Food song --
Found a peanut --
Four seeds --
Fox went out on a chilly night --
Frog went a-courtin' --
Froggie sat on a log --
From Wibbleton --
Frosty weather --
Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear --
G: --
Ghost of John --
Giddy up --
Go in and out the window --
Go tell Aunt Rhody --
Go to bed early --
Gobble, gobble, gobble --
Going on a bear hunt --
Gold ships --
Good morning --
Good morning, merry sunshine --
Good morning, Mrs Hen --
Good night, sleep tight --
Goosey, goosey, gander --
Grand Old Duke of York --
Grandpa's (or grandma's) glasses --
Granfa' Grig --
Gray goose and gander --
Gray squirrel --
Green cheese --
Green grass grew all around --
Green grow the rushes O --
Gregory Griggs --
H: --
Had a little rooster --
Handy pandy --
Hanky panky --
He's got the whole world in his hands --
Head, shoulders, baby --
Head and shoulders --
Hear the lively song --
Here are my ears --
Here are my eyes --
Here is a beehive --
Here is a bunny --
Here is a house --
Here is the sea --
Here sits the lord mayor --
Here we come gathering knots of may --
Here we go --
Hey, diddle, diddle, dout --
Hey, diddle diddle --
Hey, diddle dinkety poppety pet --
Hey, my name is Joe! --
Hickety, pickety, my black hen --
Hickory, dickory, dock --
Higglrty, pigglety, pop! --
High and low --
High there in the deep blue sky --
Hinx, minx --
Hipplety hop to the grocery shop --
Hokey pokey --
Home on the range --
Home, sweet home --
Horsie, horsie --
Hot cross buns! --
House that Jack built --
How go the ladies --
How many miles to Babylon? --
How much wood --
Humpty Dumpty --
Hunting we will go --
Hush, little baby --
Hush-a-bye --
I: --
I can do it myself --
I clap my hands --
I clap my hands (to make a sound) --
I eat my peas --
I had a dog --
I had a little brother --
I had a little cow --
I had a little dog --
I had a little pig --
I had a little pony (his name was dapple gray) --
I had a little pony (that trotted up and down) --
I had a loose tooth --
I have a little sister --
I have a little wagon --
I have so many parts to me --
I have something in my pocket --
I have two eyes --
I know a little puppy --
I know a little pussy --
I know something --
I like silver --
I love little pussy --
I love the mountains --
I measure myself --
I never had a dog --
I never saw a purple cow --
I saw a ship a-sailing --
I saw eight magpies --
I stand on tiptoe --
I use my brain --
I went upstairs (just like me) --
I went upstairs (to make my bed) --
I wiggle --
I wish I were --
If all the seas --
If all the world were paper --
If I had a donkey --
If I were an apple --
If wishes were horses --
If you're happy and you know it --
I'll buy you a tartan bonnet --
I'm a choo-choo train --
I'm a frozen icicle --
I'm a jack-o-lantern --
I'm a little acorn brown --
I'm a little Dutch girl --
In a cabin in the woods --
In a cottage in fife --
In marble walls --
Inside out --
It rains, it blows --
It's raining --
Itsy bitsy spider --
I've been working on the railroad --
I've got sixpence --
J: --
Jack and Jill --
Jack-a-nory --
Jack be nimble --
Jack Frost --
Jack-in-the-box --
Jack-in-the-box (oh, so still) --
Jack, Jack --
Jack-o-lantern --
Jack Sprat --
Jaybird, jaybird --
Jelly on the plate --
Jennie Jenkins --
Jim along Josie --
Jingle bells / Casca beles --
John Brown's baby --
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt --
Johnny Appleseed --
Johnny works with one hammer --
Juba this and juba that --
Jumping Joan --
K: --
Knock at the door --
Kookaburra --
Kumbaya --
L: --
Ladybug! ladybug! --
Last night, the night before --
Lavender's blue --
Lazy Mary --
Leg over leg --
Let's be friends by Jackie Silberg --
Let's go to the wood --
Little Arabella Miller --
Little ball --
Little Betty blue --
Little Bo peep --
Little boy blue --
Little fishes in a brook --
Little green frog --
Little hunk of tin --
Little Jack Horner --
Little King Pippin --
Little maid, little maid --
Little Miss Muffet --
Little Miss Tucket --
Little mouse --
Little mousie --
Little Nancy Etticoat --
Little poll parrot --
Little red apple --
Little red caboose --
Little red wagon --
Little robin red breast --
Little sir echo --
Little skunk's hole --
Little squirrel --
Little Tommy Tinker --
Little Tommy Tittlemouse --
Little Tommy Tucker --
Little white rabbit --
London bridge --
Looby loo --
Los pollitos --
Lucy locket --
M: --
Make a pancake --
Make new friends /amigos --
Man in the moon (came down too soon) --
Man in the moon (looked out of the moon) --
Man in the wilderness --
Mary Ann, Mary Ann --
Mary had a little lamb --
Mary, Mary --
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John --
Me and you --
Merry are the bells --
Merry ma Tanzie --
Merry sunshine --
Michael Finnegan --
Michael, row the boat ashore --
Milkman, milkman --
Miss Mary Mack --
Miss Polly had a dolly --
Mister sun --
Monday's child --
Moon shines bright --
More me get together --
Moses supposes --
Mother, may I --
Mr Noboby --
Mr Turkey --
Muffin man --
Mulberry bush --
My apple --
My big balloon --
My bike --
My Bonnie lies over the ocean --
My dog rags --
My eyes can see --
My father is extremely tall --
My father owns a butcher shop --
My favorite toys --
My grandfather's clock --
My hand on myself --
My hat, it had three corners --
My head --
My little sister --
My mama told me --
My old hen's a good old hen --
My shadow --
N: --
North wind doth blow --
Nose, nose, jolly red nose --
Now we are gathering nuts in may --
Nut tree --
O: --
Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow --
Oh, dear, what can the matter be? --
Oh, how lovely is the evening --
Oh, the mighty King of France --
Oh, rare Harry Parry --
Oh, you can't get to heaven --
Old Dan Tucker --
Old gray cat --
Old gray mare --
Old King Cole --
Old MacDonald had a farm --
Old Mother Goose --
Old Mother Hubbard --
Old woman --
Old woman's pie --
Oliver Twist (can you do this?) --
Oliver Twist (couldn't do this) --
On a dark, dark night --
On Saturday night --
Once I saw a little bird --
One dark and stormy night --
One elephant --
One finger, one thumb, keep moving --
One for the money --
One for the mouse --
One misty, moisty, morning --
One old oxford ox --
One potato, two potato --
One to make ready --
One, two --
One, two, three, four --
One, two, three, four, five --
One's none --
Open, shut them --
Over in the meadow --
O, Susanna --
Over the river and through the wood --
Owl and the pussycat --
P: --
Pat-a-cake --
Pawpaw patch --
Peanut butter --
Peanut sitting on a railroad track --
Peas porridge hot --
Peter Piper --
Pettitoes --
Pie sat on a pear tree --
Pinkety, pinkety --
Pipe, cat --
Point to the right --
Polly put the kettle on --
Polly wolly doodle --
Pop! Goes the weasel --
Porridge is bubbling --
Pretty butterfly --
Pretty maid, pretty maid --
Puddin' n' tame --
Punchinello --
Puppet clown --
Puppies and kittens --
Pussy at the fireside --
Pussy cat --
Pussy cat ate the dumplings --
Pussy cat mew --
Pussycat, pussycat --
Q: --
Queen of Hearts --
R: --
Rain --
Rain (on the green grass) --
Rain (splish, splash) --
Rain, rain, go away --
Raindrop song --
Rat-a-tat-tat --
Red dress --
Red River Valley --
Red, white, and blue --
Ride a cockhorse to Banbury cross --
Rig-a-jig-jig --
Rindle, randle --
Ring around the Rosie --
River --
Robert Rowley rolled a round --
Robin and Richard --
Rockabye, baby --
Rock-a-bye, they cradle is green --
Rock-a-my-soul --
Rose is red, the violet's blue --
Roses are red --
Round and round --
Round and round the garden --
Round the maypole --
Row, row, row your boat --
S: --
Sailing, sailing --
Sailor went to sea --
Sally go round the sun --
Sam, Sam --
Say and touch --
Say, say, my playmate --
Scarborough fair --
Seasons --
Secret --
See a pin --
See-saw, Margery Daw --
See-saw, Millie McGraw --
See saw, sacradown --
September blow soft --
She is handsome --
She sells seashells --
She waded in the water --
She'll be comin' round the mountain --
Shoo fly --
Short'nin'bread --
Simple gifts --
Simple Simon --
Sing a song of sixpence --
Sing, sing --
Sippin' cider through a straw --
Sippity sup, sippity sup --
Six little snowmen --
Six white ducks --
Skidamarink --
Skip to my Lou --
Sleep, baby, sleep --
Slip on your raincoat --
Slippery soap --
Slowly, slowly --
Smiling girls --
Snail --
Snail, snail --
Snow, snow, fly away --
Snowman --
Snowman (as round as a ball) --
Soda bread --
Solomon Grundy --
Sometimes --
Spring is coming --
Spring is showery --
Squirrel --
Star light, star bright --
Star spangled banner --
Stop, look, and listen --
Stretching chant --
Stretching fun --
Sur le pont d'avignon --
Susie Moriar --
Swim little fishie --
Swing --
T: --
Take me out to the ball game --
Taps --
Teacher, teacher --
Teddy bear, teddy bear --
Teeter totter --
Ten in the bed --
Ten little fingers --
Terrific toes --
Thank you --
There once was a queen --
There once was a sow --
There once was a turtle --
There was a bee-eye-ee-eye-ee --
There was a crooked man --
There was a little boy --
There was a little girl --
There was a maid on Scrabble Hill --
There was an old lady who swallowed a fly --
There was an old woman, and what do you think? --
There was an old woman (lived under some stairs) --
There was an old woman (tossed up in a basket) --
There was an old woman (who lived under a hill) --
There were three cooks of Colebrook --
There were three jovial huntsmen --
There's a hole in the middle of the sea --
There's a hole in the bucket --
These are mother's knives and forks --
They that wash on Monday --
Thirty days hath September --
This is the church --
This is the way we wash our face --
This little doggie --
This little finger --
This little hand --
This little light of mine --
This little pig --
This little piggy --
This little snail --
This old man --
Three jolly gentlemen --
Three little kittens --
Three little witches --
Three men in a tub --
Three wise men of Gotham --
Thumbkin, pointer --
Thunderstorm --
Tidy up --
Time to pick up --
Tiny seeds --
Tiny Tim --
Tippety tin --
Tisket, a tasket --
To market, to market --
Today is a birthday! --
Tom, Tom --
Tommy thumbs --
Tooty ta --
Toys away --
Turtle --
Twenty white horses --
Twinkle, twinkle, little star --
Twister of twists --
Two crows --
Two in the middle --
Two little blackbirds --
Two little dogs --
Two little houses --
Two sticks and an apple --
U: --
Un, deux, trois --
Under the spreading chestnut tree --
Uno, dos, y tres --
Unwind the thread --
Up in the green orchard --
Up the wooden hill --
Up to the ceiling --
Upstairs, downstairs --
V: --
Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn --
W: --
Wake up, Jack-in-the-box --
Wake up, Jacob --
Walk one day --
Warm hands --
Wash the dishes --
Way down south --
Way down yonder --
We can --
We wish you a Merry Christmas --
Wee Willie Winkie --
What do you see? --
What the animals say --
What'll I do with my baby-o? --
Wheels on the bus --
When ducks get up in the morning --
When I was one --
When I was young --
When Jack's a very good boy --
When that I was but a little tiny boy --
Where do you wear your ears? --
Where is thumbkin? --
Where, oh, where has my little dog gone? --
Whether the weather --
White coral bells --
Who is that singing? --
Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? --
Whoops, Johnny --
Whose little pigs --
Willoby wallaby woo --
Willy boy, Willy boy, where are you going? --
Wind --
Wind (blows high) --
Wind (swoosh, swirl) --
Wind the bobbin --
Window watching --
Windshield wiper --
Wine and cakes for gentlemen --
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod --
X: --
X,Y, and tumbledown Z --
Y: --
Yankee Doodle --
Yellow rose of Texas --
Yorkshire lullabye --
You're a grand old flag --
Z: --
Zoom, zoom, zoom --
Zum gali gali --
Indexes --
By first line --
By theme connection --
By category.
Autres titres : Rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants
Complete book and CD set of rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants
Responsabilité : [compiled by] Jackie Silberg, Pam Schiller ; illustrated by Deborah C. Wright.

Résumé :

Featuring more than 700 songs, rhymes, poems, finger-plays, and chants, this volume gives children a variety of ways to fall in love with rhythm, rhyme, repetition, and structural sequence -  Lire la suite...

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Goes the weasel -- Porridge is bubbling -- Pretty butterfly -- Pretty maid, pretty maid -- Puddin' n' tame -- Punchinello -- Puppet clown -- Puppies and kittens -- Pussy at the fireside -- Pussy cat -- Pussy cat ate the dumplings -- Pussy cat mew -- Pussycat, pussycat -- Q: -- Queen of Hearts -- R: -- Rain -- Rain (on the green grass) -- Rain (splish, splash) -- Rain, rain, go away -- Raindrop song -- Rat-a-tat-tat -- Red dress -- Red River Valley -- Red, white, and blue -- Ride a cockhorse to Banbury cross -- Rig-a-jig-jig -- Rindle, randle -- Ring around the Rosie -- River -- Robert Rowley rolled a round -- Robin and Richard -- Rockabye, baby -- Rock-a-bye, they cradle is green -- Rock-a-my-soul -- Rose is red, the violet's blue -- Roses are red -- Round and round -- Round and round the garden -- Round the maypole -- Row, row, row your boat -- S: -- Sailing, sailing -- Sailor went to sea -- Sally go round the sun -- Sam, Sam -- Say and touch -- Say, say, my playmate -- Scarborough fair -- Seasons -- Secret -- See a pin -- See-saw, Margery Daw -- See-saw, Millie McGraw -- See saw, sacradown -- September blow soft -- She is handsome -- She sells seashells -- She waded in the water -- She'll be comin' round the mountain -- Shoo fly -- Short'nin'bread -- Simple gifts -- Simple Simon -- Sing a song of sixpence -- Sing, sing -- Sippin' cider through a straw -- Sippity sup, sippity sup -- Six little snowmen -- Six white ducks -- Skidamarink -- Skip to my Lou -- Sleep, baby, sleep -- Slip on your raincoat -- Slippery soap -- Slowly, slowly -- Smiling girls -- Snail -- Snail, snail -- Snow, snow, fly away -- Snowman -- Snowman (as round as a ball) -- Soda bread -- Solomon Grundy -- Sometimes -- Spring is coming -- Spring is showery -- Squirrel -- Star light, star bright -- Star spangled banner -- Stop, look, and listen -- Stretching chant -- Stretching fun -- Sur le pont d'avignon -- Susie Moriar -- Swim little fishie -- Swing -- T: -- Take me out to the ball game -- Taps -- Teacher, teacher -- Teddy bear, teddy bear -- Teeter totter -- Ten in the bed -- Ten little fingers -- Terrific toes -- Thank you -- There once was a queen -- There once was a sow -- There once was a turtle -- There was a bee-eye-ee-eye-ee -- There was a crooked man -- There was a little boy -- There was a little girl -- There was a maid on Scrabble Hill -- There was an old lady who swallowed a fly -- There was an old woman, and what do you think? -- There was an old woman (lived under some stairs) -- There was an old woman (tossed up in a basket) -- There was an old woman (who lived under a hill) -- There were three cooks of Colebrook -- There were three jovial huntsmen -- There's a hole in the middle of the sea -- There's a hole in the bucket -- These are mother's knives and forks -- They that wash on Monday -- Thirty days hath September -- This is the church -- This is the way we wash our face -- This little doggie -- This little finger -- This little hand -- This little light of mine -- This little pig -- This little piggy -- This little snail -- This old man -- Three jolly gentlemen -- Three little kittens -- Three little witches -- Three men in a tub -- Three wise men of Gotham -- Thumbkin, pointer -- Thunderstorm -- Tidy up -- Time to pick up -- Tiny seeds -- Tiny Tim -- Tippety tin -- Tisket, a tasket -- To market, to market -- Today is a birthday! -- Tom, Tom -- Tommy thumbs -- Tooty ta -- Toys away -- Turtle -- Twenty white horses -- Twinkle, twinkle, little star -- Twister of twists -- Two crows -- Two in the middle -- Two little blackbirds -- Two little dogs -- Two little houses -- Two sticks and an apple -- U: -- Un, deux, trois -- Under the spreading chestnut tree -- Uno, dos, y tres -- Unwind the thread -- Up in the green orchard -- Up the wooden hill -- Up to the ceiling -- Upstairs, downstairs -- V: -- Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn -- W: -- Wake up, Jack-in-the-box -- Wake up, Jacob -- Walk one day -- Warm hands -- Wash the dishes -- Way down south -- Way down yonder -- We can -- We wish you a Merry Christmas -- Wee Willie Winkie -- What do you see? -- What the animals say -- What'll I do with my baby-o? -- Wheels on the bus -- When ducks get up in the morning -- When I was one -- When I was young -- When Jack's a very good boy -- When that I was but a little tiny boy -- Where do you wear your ears? -- Where is thumbkin? -- Where, oh, where has my little dog gone? -- Whether the weather -- White coral bells -- Who is that singing? -- Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? -- Whoops, Johnny -- Whose little pigs -- Willoby wallaby woo -- Willy boy, Willy boy, where are you going? -- Wind -- Wind (blows high) -- Wind (swoosh, swirl) -- Wind the bobbin -- Window watching -- Windshield wiper -- Wine and cakes for gentlemen -- Wynken, Blynken, and Nod -- X: -- X,Y, and tumbledown Z -- Y: -- Yankee Doodle -- Yellow rose of Texas -- Yorkshire lullabye -- You're a grand old flag -- Z: -- Zoom, zoom, zoom -- Zum gali gali -- Indexes -- By first line -- By theme connection -- By category."@en
schema:description"I: -- I can do it myself -- I clap my hands -- I clap my hands (to make a sound) -- I eat my peas -- I had a dog -- I had a little brother -- I had a little cow -- I had a little dog -- I had a little pig -- I had a little pony (his name was dapple gray) -- I had a little pony (that trotted up and down) -- I had a loose tooth -- I have a little sister -- I have a little wagon -- I have so many parts to me -- I have something in my pocket -- I have two eyes -- I know a little puppy -- I know a little pussy -- I know something -- I like silver -- I love little pussy -- I love the mountains -- I measure myself -- I never had a dog -- I never saw a purple cow -- I saw a ship a-sailing -- I saw eight magpies -- I stand on tiptoe -- I use my brain -- I went upstairs (just like me) -- I went upstairs (to make my bed) -- I wiggle -- I wish I were -- If all the seas -- If all the world were paper -- If I had a donkey -- If I were an apple -- If wishes were horses -- If you're happy and you know it -- I'll buy you a tartan bonnet -- I'm a choo-choo train -- I'm a frozen icicle -- I'm a jack-o-lantern -- I'm a little acorn brown -- I'm a little Dutch girl -- In a cabin in the woods -- In a cottage in fife -- In marble walls -- Inside out -- It rains, it blows -- It's raining -- Itsy bitsy spider -- I've been working on the railroad -- I've got sixpence -- J: -- Jack and Jill -- Jack-a-nory -- Jack be nimble -- Jack Frost -- Jack-in-the-box -- Jack-in-the-box (oh, so still) -- Jack, Jack -- Jack-o-lantern -- Jack Sprat -- Jaybird, jaybird -- Jelly on the plate -- Jennie Jenkins -- Jim along Josie -- Jingle bells / Casca beles -- John Brown's baby -- John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt -- Johnny Appleseed -- Johnny works with one hammer -- Juba this and juba that -- Jumping Joan -- K: -- Knock at the door -- Kookaburra -- Kumbaya -- L: -- Ladybug! ladybug! -- Last night, the night before -- Lavender's blue -- Lazy Mary -- Leg over leg -- Let's be friends by Jackie Silberg -- Let's go to the wood -- Little Arabella Miller -- Little ball -- Little Betty blue -- Little Bo peep -- Little boy blue -- Little fishes in a brook -- Little green frog -- Little hunk of tin -- Little Jack Horner -- Little King Pippin -- Little maid, little maid -- Little Miss Muffet -- Little Miss Tucket -- Little mouse -- Little mousie -- Little Nancy Etticoat -- Little poll parrot -- Little red apple -- Little red caboose -- Little red wagon -- Little robin red breast -- Little sir echo -- Little skunk's hole -- Little squirrel -- Little Tommy Tinker -- Little Tommy Tittlemouse -- Little Tommy Tucker -- Little white rabbit -- London bridge -- Looby loo -- Los pollitos -- Lucy locket -- M: -- Make a pancake -- Make new friends /amigos -- Man in the moon (came down too soon) -- Man in the moon (looked out of the moon) -- Man in the wilderness -- Mary Ann, Mary Ann -- Mary had a little lamb -- Mary, Mary -- Matthew, Mark, Luke and John -- Me and you -- Merry are the bells -- Merry ma Tanzie -- Merry sunshine -- Michael Finnegan -- Michael, row the boat ashore -- Milkman, milkman -- Miss Mary Mack -- Miss Polly had a dolly -- Mister sun -- Monday's child -- Moon shines bright -- More me get together -- Moses supposes -- Mother, may I -- Mr Noboby -- Mr Turkey -- Muffin man -- Mulberry bush -- My apple -- My big balloon -- My bike -- My Bonnie lies over the ocean -- My dog rags -- My eyes can see -- My father is extremely tall -- My father owns a butcher shop -- My favorite toys -- My grandfather's clock -- My hand on myself -- My hat, it had three corners -- My head -- My little sister -- My mama told me -- My old hen's a good old hen -- My shadow -- N: -- North wind doth blow -- Nose, nose, jolly red nose -- Now we are gathering nuts in may -- Nut tree -- O: -- Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow -- Oh, dear, what can the matter be? -- Oh, how lovely is the evening -- Oh, the mighty King of France -- Oh, rare Harry Parry -- Oh, you can't get to heaven -- Old Dan Tucker -- Old gray cat -- Old gray mare -- Old King Cole -- Old MacDonald had a farm -- Old Mother Goose -- Old Mother Hubbard -- Old woman -- Old woman's pie -- Oliver Twist (can you do this?) -- Oliver Twist (couldn't do this) -- On a dark, dark night -- On Saturday night -- Once I saw a little bird -- One dark and stormy night -- One elephant -- One finger, one thumb, keep moving -- One for the money -- One for the mouse -- One misty, moisty, morning -- One old oxford ox -- One potato, two potato -- One to make ready -- One, two -- One, two, three, four -- One, two, three, four, five -- One's none -- Open, shut them -- Over in the meadow -- O, Susanna -- Over the river and through the wood -- Owl and the pussycat --"@en
schema:description"D: -- Daffy down dilly -- Dance a merry jig -- Dance, thumbkin, dance -- Dancing rainbows -- Deedle, deedle, dumpling -- Devonshire rhyme -- Dickery, dickery, dare -- Did you ever see a lassie? -- Did you feed my cow? -- Diller, a dollar -- Ding, dong, bell -- Dinosaurs -- Dirty old Bill -- Do your ears hang low? -- Donkey, donkey -- Donut song -- Doodlebug -- Doodle-li-do -- Dormy, dormy dormouse -- Down by the bay -- Down by the riverside -- Down by the station -- Downy duck -- Dr Foster went to Gloucester -- Dusty -- E: -- Eeny, meeny, miney, mo -- El barquito (the little boat) -- Elephant goes -- Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsey, and Bess -- Elsie Marley -- Engine, engine -- Erie Canal -- Every morning at eight o'clock -- Eye rhymes -- Eye winkler -- F: -- Family -- Family fun -- Farmer in the dell -- Father, mother, and Uncle John -- Fiddle-i-fee -- Fido -- Firefighters -- Fire, fire -- Five currant buns -- Five fingers on each hand -- Five little ducks -- Five little fingers -- Five little froggies -- Five little mice -- Five little monkeys (jumping on the bed) -- Five little monkeys (swinging from a tree) -- Five little pumpkins -- Five little sausages -- Five little snowmen -- Five little speckled frogs -- Five waiting pumpkins -- Floppy rag doll -- Flour of England, fruit of Spain -- Fly hath married the bumblebee -- Fooba wooba John -- Food song -- Found a peanut -- Four seeds -- Fox went out on a chilly night -- Frog went a-courtin' -- Froggie sat on a log -- From Wibbleton -- Frosty weather -- Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear -- G: -- Ghost of John -- Giddy up -- Go in and out the window -- Go tell Aunt Rhody -- Go to bed early -- Gobble, gobble, gobble -- Going on a bear hunt -- Gold ships -- Good morning -- Good morning, merry sunshine -- Good morning, Mrs Hen -- Good night, sleep tight -- Goosey, goosey, gander -- Grand Old Duke of York -- Grandpa's (or grandma's) glasses -- Granfa' Grig -- Gray goose and gander -- Gray squirrel -- Green cheese -- Green grass grew all around -- Green grow the rushes O -- Gregory Griggs -- H: -- Had a little rooster -- Handy pandy -- Hanky panky -- He's got the whole world in his hands -- Head, shoulders, baby -- Head and shoulders -- Hear the lively song -- Here are my ears -- Here are my eyes -- Here is a beehive -- Here is a bunny -- Here is a house -- Here is the sea -- Here sits the lord mayor -- Here we come gathering knots of may -- Here we go -- Hey, diddle, diddle, dout -- Hey, diddle diddle -- Hey, diddle dinkety poppety pet -- Hey, my name is Joe! -- Hickety, pickety, my black hen -- Hickory, dickory, dock -- Higglrty, pigglety, pop! -- High and low -- High there in the deep blue sky -- Hinx, minx -- Hipplety hop to the grocery shop -- Hokey pokey -- Home on the range -- Home, sweet home -- Horsie, horsie -- Hot cross buns! -- House that Jack built -- How go the ladies -- How many miles to Babylon? -- How much wood -- Humpty Dumpty -- Hunting we will go -- Hush, little baby -- Hush-a-bye --"@en
schema:description"Introduction -- 1,2,3, -- 2,4,6,8 -- A: -- After my bath -- Aiken drum -- Air -- Alack, alack -- All about me -- All by myself -- All through the night -- Alouette -- Alphabet forward and backwards -- Alphabet song -- America the beautiful -- Anchors aweigh -- Animal fair -- Annie Mae -- Ants go marching -- Apples and bananas -- April clouds -- Are you sleeping? -- Arroro mi nino (hush now, my little one) -- Arroz con leche (rice with milk) -- As I was going to Banbury -- As I was going to sell my butter -- As I was going to St Ives -- As I was walking (in a field of wheat) -- As I was walking (near the lake) -- As I went to Bonner -- As I went up the apple tree -- As light as a feather -- Au Clair de la lune (by the light of the moon) -- Aunt Maria -- Auntie, will your dog bite? -- Autumn leaves -- B: -- Baby bear's chicken pox -- Baby bumblebee -- Baby mice -- Baby seeds -- Baker -- Barber, barber -- Bat, bat, come under my hat -- B-B-B-baby -- Be kind to your web-footed friends -- Be very quiet -- Bears eat honey -- Bear -- Bear went over the mountain -- Bed is too small -- Bees -- Betty bought a bit of butter -- Bicycle built for two -- Big and small -- Big bass drum -- Big rock candy mountain -- Big ship sailing -- Big turkey -- Billy boy -- Bingo -- Birds -- Birthday candles -- Blackberries -- Blow, wind, blow -- Bobby shaftoe -- Boom, boom, ain't it great to be crazy? -- Bounce the ball -- Bouncing ball -- Bow wow, says the dog -- Boys and girls -- Brahm's lullaby -- Bryan O'Lynn -- Buenos Dias -- Buffalo gals -- Bumblebee -- Bus -- Buttercups and daisies -- Buying a horse -- Bye baby bunting -- C: -- Cackle, cackle, Mother Goose -- Calliope song -- Can you wash your father's shirt? -- Cap, mittens, shoes, and socks -- Cat -- Catalina Magnalina -- Catch him, crow -- Caterpillar crawled -- Caterpillar -- Charlie over the ocean -- Chickery, chickery, cranny crow -- Chocolate rhyme -- Choosing a kitten -- Christmas is coming -- Clap your hands -- Clementine -- Clock -- Cloud -- Clouds -- Cobbler, cobbler -- Cock-a-doodle-doo -- Cockles and mussels -- Cock's on the housetop -- Color song -- Come and listen -- Come, butter, come -- Counting -- Cow -- Crocodile song -- Crocodile -- Cross patch -- Cuantos cuentos?/how many tales -- Curly locks -- Cushy cow Bonnie --"@en
schema:description"Overview: This best-selling book now comes with a double CD featuring fifty songs! The book gives children a variety of ways to fall in love with rhythm, rhyme, repetition, and structural sequence-important building blocks for future readers. With over seven hundred selections, the book and CD will help children build a strong foundation in skills such as listening, imagination, coordination, and spatial and body awareness. In this giant book of rhythm and rhyme, you are sure to find your own childhood favorites. The accompanying double CD features a variety of song styles that are guaranteed to get children up and moving."@en
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