Blacktown City Libraries, Baby Rhyme Time online video – July


Hello everyone, and welcome to Blacktown Library’s program for July’s Baby Rhyme Time! So I’ll start by saying hello everyone, my name’s Lee! Hello! Hello to you at home, hi! I think we need to sing the Hello Song. Ready? One, two, three! Hi, hello and how are you? How are you, how are you? Hi, hello and how are you? How are you today? Hi, hello and how are you? How are you, how are you? Hi, hello and how are you? How are you today? Yay! Lovely that you can all be here. Let’s do Open, Shut Them! Ready? Ready? One, two, three! Open, shut them open, shut them give a little clap! Open, shut them open, shut them lay them in your lap! Creep them, creep them creep them, creep them right up to your chin! Open wide your little mouth but do not let them in! Shake them, shake them shake them, shake them shake them just like this! Roll them, roll them roll them, roll them blow a little kiss! Mwah! Open, shut them open, shut them give a little clap! Open, shut them open, shut them lay them in your lap! Creep them, creep them creep them, creep them right up to your chin! Open wide your little mouth but do not let them in! Shake them, shake them shake them, shake them shake them just like this! Roll them, roll them roll them, roll them blow a little kiss! Mwah! Well done! We’re Going to the Zoo! We’re going to the zoo! Daddy’s going to take us! Ready? One, two, three! Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, and we can stay all day! We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo, How about you? You? You? You can come too, too, too. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. See the elephant with the long trunk swinging great big ears and the long trunk swinging. Snuffling up the peanuts and the long trunk swinging, and we can stay all day! We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo, How about you? You? You? You can come too, too, too, we’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. Yay! Daddy’s going to take us to the zoo! Ready? Ready? One, two, three! Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow. Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, and we can stay all day! We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo, How about you? You? You? You can come too, too, too. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. See the elephant with the long trunk swinging great big ears and the long trunk swinging. Snuffling up the peanuts and the long trunk swinging, and we can stay all day! We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. How about you? You? You? You can come too, too, too. We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo. Yay! Well done! Do Your Ears Hang Low? Do your ears hang low? Let’s see. Ready? One, two, three! Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow? Can you throw them over your shoulder like a continental soldier Do you ears… hang… low? Do your ears hang high? Do they reach up to the sky? Do they wrinkle when they’re wet? Do they straighten when they’re dry? Can you wave them at your neighbour with an element of flavour? Do your ears… hang… high? Well done! Do your ears hang low? Ready?… One, two, three! Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow? Can you throw them over your shoulder like a continental soldier? Do you ears… hang… low? Do your ears hang high? Do they reach up to the sky? Do they wrinkle when they’re wet? Do they straighten when they’re dry? Can you wave them at your neighbour with an element of flavour? Do your ears hang high? Well done. Well done! Well done. It’s time for a story! What story do I have today? This one’s called… ‘Who’s Laughing?’ And it’s written by David Bedford. Who’s laughing? Who’s laughing? Quack, quack, quack, quack! Who’s laughing? It’s ducks laughing! Quack, quack, quack, quack! Who’s laughing? Hee haw, hee haw, hee haw! Who’s laughing? It’s a donkey laughing! Hee haw, hee haw, hee haw! Who’s laughing? Raa ha ha, raa ha ha! Who’s laughing? Lion! Raa ha ha, raa ha ha! Who’s laughing? Sss – sss – sss -sss! It’s a… Snake laughing! Sss – sss – sss -sss! Who’s laughing? Oobuh, oobuh, oobuh, oobuh… It’s a… Turtle! Oobuh, oobuh, oobuh, oobuh… Who’s laughing? Squawk! Squawk! Squawk! Squawk! It’s a… Parrot laughing! Squawk! Squawk! Squawk! Squawk! Now who’s laughing? Ha haha ha ha! It’s a… Hippo laughing! Ha haha ha ha! ‘Who’s laughing?’ by David Bedford. Are you ready to go on a Crocodile Hunt with me? If you’re at home, this is an action story so do the actions with me! Are we all ready? Once upon a time, a man decided to go and hunt for a crocodile! He woke up in the morning, and he yawned and he stretched! (yawn) And he kissed his wife goodbye. (kissing) He went through the gate (creaking) and he walked along the track. He went through the long grass, And he went over the bridge. He went up the hill. Right to the top! He could see his wife down below, so he cooeed to her: ‘Cooee!’ Very good! He went down the other side of the hill… and he came to a river. (splashing) He swam across the river. Swim swim swim swim! And then he saw… a crocodile! He called for help: ‘Help!’ And he swam back across the river! Back up the hill! Cooeed to his wife: ‘Cooee!’ Back down the other side of the hill… Back over the bridge… through the long grass! Back along the track! Through the gate! (creaking) Kissed his wife! (kissing) Back into bed! And that’s the end of the… story! Very good! Well done! We’re doing a baby Hokey Pokey now! Ready? We’ll sing it twice. One… two… three! You put one hand in, you put one hand out, you put one hand in and you shake it all about. You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! You put the other hand in, you put the other hand out, you put the other hand in and you shake it all about! You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! You put both hands in, you put both hands out, you put both hands in, and you shake them all about. You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! Well done! Ready? One.. two.. three! You put one hand in, you put one hand out, you put one hand in and you shake it all about. You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! You put the other hand in, you put the other hand out, you put the other hand in, and you shake it all about. You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! You put both hands in, you put both hands out, you put both hands in, and you shake them all about. You do the hokey pokey and you clap your hands that’s what it’s all about! Well done everyone! Now it’s time to share a story. If you’re at home, get your favourite book so you can read it with Mum or Dad or Grandma or Grandpa. We’re going to do Ring a Ring a Rosie! One, two, three! Ring a ring a rosie, a pocket full of posies, a tishoo, a tishoo we all fall down. Ring a ring a rosie, a pocket full of posies a tishoo, a tishoo, we all fall down. Yay! Ring a ring a rosies? One, two, three! Ring a ring a rosie a pocket full of posies, a tishoo, a tishoo, we all fall down. Ring a ring a rosie a pocket full of posies, a tishoo, a tishoo, we all fall down. Well done! I know you all know know your ABCs, don’t you? Do you know your ABCs? Ready? One, two, three! A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P Q, R, S, T, U, V W, X, Y and Z. Y and Z. Now I know my ABCs, next time won’t you sing with me. Yay! ABC – one, two, three! A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P Q, R, S, T, U, V W, X, Y and Z. Now I know my ABCs, next time won’t you sing with me. Yay! Well done! She’ll be Coming Round the Mountain! Ready? One, two, three! She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! She’ll be coming round the mountain coming round the mountain She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! Yay! Yay! She’ll be Coming Round the Mountain! Ready? One, two, three! She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! She’ll be coming round the mountain, coming round the mountain She’ll be coming round the mountain when she comes! Yay! Well done! Now it’s time for dancing. If you’re at home, go and get Mum and Dad and get them to stand up with you and dance with you, because everyone knows that dancing is fun! Stand up, be tall squat down, be small. Stretch out, be broad, be thin as a sword. Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Lift up your head, fall down, you’re dead! Wriggle like snakes, be still as a lake. Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Touch all your toes, wriggle your nose! Jump off the floor, count up to four! One, two, three, four! Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Another one! Shake, shake, shake. Another one! Shake, shake, shake. And now a really big one! Shhhhake Stand up, be tall squat down, be small Stretch out, be broad, be thin as a sword. Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Lift up your head, fall down, you’re dead! Wriggle like snakes, be still as a lake. Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Touch all your toes, wriggle your nose! Jump off the floor, count up to four! One, two, three, four! Then shake yourself like a duck just out of water. Shake, shake, shake. Another one! Shake, shake, shake, Another one! Shake, shake, shake. And now a really big one. Shhhake! Well done! Are we all sitting now? This is a rhyme, this is a spoken rhyme, and we need to do the actions. Way Up High in an Apple Tree, Ready? Way up high in an apple tree, two little apples smiled at me. So I shook that tree as hard as I could, down came the apples. Ummm, they were good! Would you like to do the actions with me? Ready? Way up high in an apple tree, two little apples smiled at me. So I shook that tree as hard as I could, down came the apples. Ummm, they were good! Well done, practise at home! That’s a new rhyme! The Itsy Bitsy Monkey! Is everyone ready? Now this is like the “Itsy Bitsy Spider”, but this is the Itsy Bitsy Monkey and I like this one, because it’s a really good opportunity to have a cuddle with your baby! And we all know that cuddling babies is good. Ready? One, two, three! The itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the coconut tree. Down came a coconut and bumped him on the knee. Along came his mumma to kiss away the pain (kissing) So the itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the tree again. Well done! Well done! Did you kiss your baby at home? Let’s sing it again, ready? One, two, three! The itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the coconut tree. Down came a coconut and bumped him on the knee. Along came his mumma to kiss away the pain (kissing) so the itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the tree again. Well done! Rooby Roo song! One, two, three! Gonna jump down, turn around, pick up a book, jump down, turn around, pick a book today! Gonna jump down, turn around, pick up a book, Jump down, turn around, pick a book today! Now it’s time to go and choose my books I’m going to take a few books home. Jump down, turn around, pick up a book, jump down, turn around, pick a book today! Yay! Well done! Did you have fun today? You had fun? Yes? Good, I had fun too! But now it’s time to say goodbye! Ready? I’m going to stand up again while I say goodbye to everyone. We’re going to say goodbye to everyone so goodbye to everyone at home! And let’s sing the Goodbye Song! One, two, three! Goodbye, goodbye, We’ll see you soon, See you soon, see you soon. Goodbye, goodbye, We’ll see you soon on another day. Yay! Well done! Hope to see you soon!

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