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Pie Corbett; M Maclean; C Maclean
|Description:||125 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.|
|Contents:||Action rhymes and singing games (a selection of finger plays, follow my leader games, scary rhymes, counting songs and story rhymes to sing and mime) : We are off to Timbuctoo p. 14. Follow my Bangalory man p. 14. Polly Perkin, hold on to my jerkin p. 14. Did you ever see a lassie p. 15. When I was a baby p. 15. Simple Simon met a pie man p. 16. Simon says p. 16. This old man, he played one p. 17. Here is the church p. 18. Snail, snail put out your horns p. 18. Incey wincey spider p. 19. Peter works with one hammer p. 19. One little elephant p. 20. Un éléphant se balançait p. 20. One's one p. 20. Five little speckled frogs p. 21. There was a princess long ago p. 22. I have a dog and his name is Rags p. 24. Little rabbit Foo Foo p. 25. Old Roger is dead p. 26. Aiken Drum p. 27. Late on a dark and stormy night p. 28. Poor Willy the Witch p. 28. Hinx, minx, the old witch winks p. 28. On a dark, dark night p. 29. I said my pajamas p. 29. Three little ghostesses p. 29. Bat, bat, come under my hat p. 29. Dancing rings and games (traditional and modern singing games danced in a circle) : Do you know the muffin man p. 32. Wallflowers, wallflowers, growing up so high p. 33. Lou, lou, skip to me lou p. 34. In and out the dusty bluebells p. 35. Little Sally Waters p. 36. Down in the valley p. 36. The wind blows low, the wind blows high p. 37. Oats and beans and barley grow p. 38. The farmer's in his den p. 39. Rosy apple, mellow pear p. 40. In and out the windows p. 41. There's a brown girl in the ring p. 42. Moonshine tonight p. 43. The Hokey Cokey p. 44. Pip, Squeak and Wilfred p. 45. The big ship sails on the alley, alley p. 45. Hand-clapping rhymes (familiar songs to clap to, from delightful rhythmic chants to speedy circular hand-clapping games) : The echo game p. 50. The name game p. 50. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man p. 51. Pease porridge hot p. 51. A sailor went to sea, sea, sea p. 52. I'm Popeye the sailor man full stop p. 52. Three, six, nine p. 53. Have you ever ever ever p. 53. Under the bram bush p. 54. My mammy told me p. 54. I'm a pretty little Dutch girl p. 55. Miss Mary Mack p. 56. I had a little monkey p. 57. Dom dom Malaya p. 58. Who stole the cookies? p. 59. Dipping and counting-out rhymes (different ways to pick who shall be "on it" at the start of a game by using nonsense rhymes and spell-like jingles called dips) : The one who gets to number two p. 62. Red, white and blue p. 62. Eeny, meeny miny mo p. 63. One potato p. 63. Your shoes are dirty p. 63. Intery, mintery, cutery, corn p. 64. Inky pinky ponky p. 64. Ip dip dip p. 64. Icker backer p. 65. Ipper dipper dation p. 65. Engine, engine, number nine p. 65. Ibble wobble black bobble p. 66. Eenie meenie macker racker p. 66. Eachie, peachie, pear, plum p. 66. I climbed up the apple tree p. 67. My mother bought a dress p. 67. Skipping and ball-bouncing (lively songs to skip to individually or in groups as well as ball-bouncing ditties and favourite outdoor ball games) : Hippety hop to the candy shop p. 70. Two, four, six, eight p. 70. Jack be nimble p. 70. Roly poly p. 71. Andy Pandy p. 71. Under the stars p. 71. Akabacka soda cracker p. 72. Blue bells, cockle shells. 72. Salt, mustard, vinegar, pepper p. 73. Mabel. Mabel p. 73. I like coffee p. 73. Early in the morning at half past eight p. 74. I'm a girl guide, dressed in blue p. 74. Lemon pie, apple tart p. 75. Underneath the apple tree p. 75. Bumper car, bumper car p. 76. Teddy bear, teddy bear p. 76. Not last night p. 77. I went to the animal fair p. 78. All in together p. 79. Ball-bouncing p. 80. Bouncie bouncie ballie p. 81 Mickey Mouse p. 81. One, two, three p. 81. Types of bounces p. 82,83. Big black bug p. 84. Oliver-Oliver-Oliver twist p. 85. A mimsy, a clapsy p. 85. Charlie Chaplin went to France p. 85. Piggy-in-the middle p. 86. Score throw p. 86. Hoop catch p. 87. Dead donkeys p. 87. Spud p. 88. Queenie p. 89. Hiding, guessing, tickling and chasing (tickling rhymes for younger children, old-fashioned guessing rhymes, intriguing riddles and boisterous hide-and-seek and chasing games of all kinds) : Peek-a-boo p. 92 Handy dandy p. 92. Hurly burly trump a tray p. 92. Cobbler, cobbler p. 93. Good morning your majesty p. 94. Blind man's buff p. 94. I draw a snake p. 95. Hide and seek p. 96. Toad in the hole p. 97. Bug in the rug p. 97. Cuckoo p. 97. Craney crow p. 97. Sardines p. 98. Kick the can p. 99. Riddle-me-ree p. 100, 101. Little Nancy Etticoat p. 100. Two brothers we are p. 100. I have a little sister p. 100. Thirty white horses p. 100. A house full, a hole full p. 100. Old Mother Twitchett p. 100. In marble halls as white as milk p. 101. In Spring I am dressed p. 101. Purple, yellow, red and green p. 101. I'm called by the name of a man p. 101. Flour of England, fruit of Spain p. 101. Can you keep a secret? Davy, Davy, Dumpling p. 102. This little pig had a rub-a-dub p. 102. Criss, cross p. 103. Games of Chase p. 104, 105. Poison p. 106. Shops p. 106. What's the time, Mr. Wolf? p. 107. Pus in the corner p. 108. Dragon tag p. 109. Glue pots p. 110. Red Lion p. 110. How many miles to Babylon? p. 111. Fox in the wall p. 112. Farmer, farmer p. 113. Crows and cranes p. 114. Here we go gathering nuts in may p. 115. May I? p. 116. Letters p. 116. Traffic lights p. 117. Red light, green light (traffic light) p. 117.|