Point to your teacher, point to the door, Look at the window, look at the floor, Stand on your left leg, stand on your right. Now sit down, touch something…white.
Put your hands and touch your toes. Cross your fingers, hold your nose. Bend your knees and shake your head, Stamp your feet, touch something…red.
Head and shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes, knees and toes; Head and shoulders, knees and toes, Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.
I like comics, I like hats. I like biscuits, trees and cats. I don't like spider, I don't like cheese. I don't like rats or big yellow bees. I like to skip
I like to skip, I like to jump, I like to run about, I like to play, I like to sing, I like to laugh and shout.
Monday's child is nice and slow Tuesday's child is go, go, go Wednesday's child is very funny Thursday's child is happy and sunny Friday's child is like a king Saturday's child can dance and sing Sunday's childe can stand on her head And count the ghosts under her bed!
Let's go to my house. Let's go today. I'll show you all the rooms Where we work and play.
Here is the kitchen Where Mother cooks for me. Here is the living room Where I watch TV.
Here is the dining room. We eat here every day. And this room is my room Where I sleep and play.
The toy shop
I can see balls and bats and cars. I can see boats and planes. I can see carts, skipping ropes, dolls. I can see ships and trains. I can see games and tops and lorries. I can see bear and bikes. I can see swings and slides and skates. I can see drums and kites.
Of all the toys I can see, I want one for me!
What are little boys and girls made of?
What are little boys made of? What are little boys made of? Frogs and snails, And puppy-dogs' tails; That's what little boys are made of.
What are little girls made of? What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice, and all that's nice; That's what little girls are made of.
Can you tell me,
Can you tell me, Can you tell me, What little boys do? They run and jump. They run and jump, So I will jump too.
Can you tell me,
Can you tell me, What little girls do? They dance and skip, They dance and skip, So I will skip too.
Can you tell me, Can you tell me, What little soldiers do? They fight and march, They fight and march, So I will march too.
Can you tell me, Can you tell me, What little people do? They play and work, They play and work, So I will work too.
Can you tell me, Can you tell me, What little babies do? They eat and sleep, They eat and sleep, So I will sleep too.
I'm a brand new daddy
I'm a brand new daddy, Proud as I can be Of this little darling Right in front of me. You're so different from the rest. Daddy knows that he's been blessed With the very, very best Wonder in the world. Daddy will be there Everything to both of us is so new. As you learn about the world I learn about you, There's no need to fear. Daddy will be here, And I'll love and care for you Through the years.
An Irish blessing
May the road rise up to meet you; May the wind be always at your back; May the rains fall soft upon your fields; And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of his hand.
Mommy, Daddy, Quick! Let's go And stand Beneath The mistletoe. You kiss me and I'll kiss you, Here comes Sister, kiss her too. Mommy, Daddy, Quick! Let's go And stand Beneath The mistletoe.