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Alliterations Develop Awareness of Beginning Sounds
Children can follow children on the recording and have fun acting out some of the movements: pig rolls & plays; lizard leaps; snails slide; worm wiggles; caterpillar crawls; diving dolphin.

Ask the children - what’s the same in most of the sentences of words (i.e. pink pig plays, pen - they all start with the letter p).
Jack Hartmann
Chorus
Clap your hands to the beat
Sing these tongue twisters with me

Pink pig plays in his pen
Pink pig plays in his pen
Plays, plays in his pen
Plays, plays in his pen

Little lizard leaps by the lake
Little lizard leaps by the lake
Leaps, leaps by the lake
Leaps, leaps by the lake

Slithery snails slide so slow
Slithery snails slide so slow
Slide, slide, slide so slow
Slide, slide, slide so slow

Repeat chorus
Wiggly worm wiggles in the water
Wiggly worm wiggles in the water
Wiggles, wiggles, wiggles in the water
Wiggles, wiggles, wiggles in the water

Creeping caterpillar crawls by the creek
Creeping caterpillar crawls by the creek
Crawls, crawls by the creek
Crawls, crawls by the creek

Diving dolphin dives so deep
Diving dolphin dives so deep
Dives, dives, dives so deep
Dives, dives, dives so deep

Repeat Chorus

Starfish
Song for Teaching About Compound Words and Syllables
Fran Avni Each object named can be followed by claps, snaps, or any repeated rhythmic pattern. The door can be knocked on, the bell can be rung, teeth can be brushed, the cow can moo, etc.
This song can be used to teach compound words, concepts of word and concepts of syllables There's a starfish hidden under my bed,
Starfish (clap, clap) starfish (clap, clap)
Someone took the star, what's left instead?
Someone took the star, what's left instead?
It's just a fish (clap, clap), a fish (clap, clap). There's a cowboy hidden under my bed
Cowboy (clap, clap) cowboy (clap, clap)
Someone took the boy, what's left instead?
Someone took the boy, what's left instead?
It's just a cow, (clap, clap) a cow.There's a toothbrush hidden under my bed...
Someone took the tooth, what's left instead?
Someone took the tooth, what's left instead?
It's just a brush, (clap, clap) a brush.There's a football hidden under my bed...
Someone took the foot, what's left instead?
Someone took the foot, what's left instead?
It's just a ball, (clap, clap) a ball.There's a doorbell hidden under my bed...
Someone took the door, what's left instead?
Someone took the door, what's left instead?
It's just a _______, a _______. |

Apples and Bananas
Traditional Song Lyrics and Sound Clip

I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas
I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas

A
A lake to ate, ate, ate ay-ples and ba-nay-nays
A lake to ate, ate, ate ay-ples and ba-nay-nays

E
E leke to eat, eat, eat ee-ples and bee-nee-nees
E leke to eat, eat, eat ee-ples and bee-nee-nees

I
I like to ite, ite, ite i-ples and by-ny-nys
I like to ite, ite, ite i-ples and by-ny-nys

O
O loke to ote, ote, ote oh-ples and bo-no-nos
O loke to ote, ote, ote oh-ples and bo-no-nos

U
U luke to oot, oot, oot oo-ples and boo-noo-noos
U luke to oot, oot, oot oo-ples and boo-noo-noos |

LYRICSSUGGESTED MOVEMENTS
Tony Chestnut knows I love you. Point to your toes, knees, chest, head, nose, eyes, heart and to a friend.
Tony knows. (Tony knows.) Point to your toes, knees and nose.
Tony Chestnut knows I love you. Point to your toes, knees, chest, head, nose, eyes, heart and to a friend.
That's what Tony knows. Point to your toes, knees and nose.
Tony, Tony and his sister Eileen. Point to your toes, knees, toes, knees then lean to the right.
And Eileen loves Neil and Neil loves Pat. Everyone lean to the right, kneel and pat your shoulders.
But Pat still loves Bob. Pat your shoulders and bounce your head back and forth.
And there's Russell and Skip. Standup, wiggle your legs then skip in place.
This song is silly, but it's hip. Make a silly face then stick out your right hip and point to it.
How it ends, just one man knows. Turn and point to your bottom.
And guess what (what), it's Tony Chestnut.

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