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Published on December 23, 2007

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Incorporating Music into Children’s Programming:  Incorporating Music into Children’s Programming Vern Waters Slide2:  Put Your Thumb in the Air -Joe Scruggs (from his album Deep in the Jungle) Put your thumb in the air, and shake it around, Put your thumb in the air, and shake it around Put your thumb in the air, and shake it around, Now put it on your head, and leave it there. Put your elbow in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it on your knee and leave it there. Put your tongue in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it on your lip and leave it there. Put your chin in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it on your chest, and leave it there. Put your ear in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it on your shoulder, and leave it there. Put your other ear in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it on your other shoulder, and leave it there. Put your other thumb in the air, and shake it around (3 times)…now put it somewhere else… Impossible verse? Austin Texas, Shadow Play Records, 1987 All Children Are Musical!:  All Children Are Musical! Therefore: All children can achieve basic music competence. The Center for Music and Young Children defines basic music competence as audiation and expression of meter by rhythmically accurate movement and tonality by in-tune singing. The participation and modeling of parents and caregivers, regardless of their musical ability, is essential to a child’s musical growth. This growth is best achieved in a playful, developmentally appropriate, non-performance -Source: Music Together Ideas for Songs School Visits, Library Tours:  Ideas for Songs School Visits, Library Tours Itsy Bitsy Spider Three Little Birds Three Little Bees Two Little Blackbirds Two Little Blackbirds Ghost Chickens Hello Song:  Hello Song Hello everybody, so glad to see you! Hello everybody, I’m so glad to see you! Hello to (name), so glad to see you! Hello to (name), so glad to see you too! Hello, Everybody, so glad to see you… Clap Your Hands:  Clap Your Hands Clap, clap, clap your hands, Clap your hands together. Clap, clap, clap your hands, Clap your hands together. Sing music again using “la.” Other verses: Tap your feet, walk around Sneak around, jump around Alternatives: Shake your eggs, tap your sticks Trot Old Joe:  Trot Old Joe Trot, Old Joe, Trot, Old Joe, You ride better than any horse I know, Trot, Old Joe, Trot, Old Joe, You’re the best horse in the country-o, Whoa, Joe! Variations: Gallop, run, clomp, plod, upside down, roll, turn, scratch, feed, brush, tiptoe Joe, John the Rabbit:  John the Rabbit John the Rabbit, yes ma'am. Had a mighty habit, yes ma'am. Of jumping in my garden, yes ma'am. Pulling up my cabbage, yes ma'am. My sweet potatoes, yes ma'am. My fresh tomatoes, yes ma'am. And if I live, yes ma'am. To see next fall, yes ma'am I ain't gonna have, yes ma'am. No garden at all, no ma'am. Egg (Stick) Tune:  Egg (Stick) Tune Hey, hey, whad-d’ ya say, let’s all shake our eggs to-day! Ba dum, bum bum ba dum. Ba dum, bum bum ba dum. Ba dum, bum bum ba dum. Hey, hey, whad-d’ ya say, let’s all shake our eggs to-day! Su La Li:  Su La Li Su la li, Su la li, Su la Su. Su la li, su la li Su la li, su The More We Read Together:  The More We Read Together The more we read together, together, together, the more we read together, the happier we'll be. For your friends are my friends, and my friends are your friends. The more we read together, the happier we'll be. Goodbye, So Long, Farewell:  Goodbye, So Long, Farewell Goodbye, so long, farewell my friends, Goodbye, so long, farewell, We’ll see you soon again, my friends, so goodbye, so long farewell. Goodbye to (name), goodbye to (different name), goodbye, so long, farewell. Goodbye to everybody here, goodbye, so long, farewell. Goodbye, so long, farewell my friends, Goodbye, so long, farewell, We’ll see you soon again, and then, we’ll make music together again. And how ‘bout a hug for your mom or dad, or the one who takes care of you? And a hug or a handshake for your friends, and then how ‘bout one just for yourself, too? Slide13:  Thank You So Much! -Vern Waters, Librarian/Branch Manager Southwest Branch Weber County Library System

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