Blacktown City Libraries, Baby Rhyme Time online video – October


Hello everyone and welcome to the October program of Baby Rhyme Time for Blacktown City Libraries. Hello everyone. Hi! My name’s Lee. Hello! Hi, hi. Good to see you. Let’s 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 you could all be here. Let’s do Open, Shut Them. Ready? One, two, three. Open, shut them. give a little clap! Open, shut them. Open, shut them, lay them in your lap! 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! Well done. Can you hold your hand up? How many fingers do you have? One, two, three, four, five. Well Alice is a camel and she has five humps. Let’s sing that song. Ready? One, two, three. Alice the camel has five humps. Alice the camel has five humps. Alice the camel has five humps. So go, Alice, go. Alice the camel has four humps. Alice the camel has four humps. Alice the camel has four humps. So go, Alice, go. Alice the camel has three humps. Alice the camel has three humps. Alice the camel has three humps. So go, Alice, go. Alice the camel has two humps. Alice the camel has two humps. Alice the camel has two humps. So go, Alice, go. Alice the camel has one hump. Alice the camel has one hump. So go, Alice, go. Alice the camel has no humps. Alice the camel has no humps. Alice the camel has no humps, because Alice is a horse! Yay! Well done. The Itsy bitsy Monkey. Now this is like the Itsy Bitsy Spider, except it’s a monkey. I really like this one because it’s a good opportunity to give your child a cuddle. Ready? One, two, three. The itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the coconut tree. Down came a coconut that bopped him on the knee. Along came his Mama who kissed away the pain. Mwah, mwah, mwah. Then the itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the tree again. Yay! Let’s do the Itsy bitsy Monkey. Ready? One, two, three. The itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the coconut tree. Down came a coconut that bopped him on the knee. Along came his Mama who kissed away the pain. Mwah, mwah, mwah! Then the itsy bitsy monkey climbed up the tree again. Yay! Well done. It’s time for a story. What story do I have today? This one is called Who’s Laughing? And it’s by David Bedford. Who’s Laughing? Who’s laughing? Quack quack, quack. Who’s laughing? It’s a… duck laughing! Quack, quack, quack. Who’s laughing? Hee-hor, hee-hor, hee-hor. Hee-hor. It’s a … donkey laughing! Hee-hor, hee-hor. Who’s laughing? Ra-ha-ha, ra-ha-ha, ra-ha-ha. Ra-ha-ha-ha-ha. It’s a… lion laughing. Who’s laughing? Sss, sss, sss. It’s a… snake laughing! Sss, sss, sss. Who’s laughing? Uba, uba, uba. It’s a… turtle! He’s laughing under water. Uba, uba, uba. Who’s laughing? Squawk, squawk, squawk. It’s a… parrot. Squawk, squawk, squawk. Now who’s laughing? Ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha. It’s a… hippo laughing. Ha ha ha, ha ha ha. Who’s Laughing, by David Bedford. I think we should go on a crocodile hunt! Are you ready to go on a crocodile hunt with me? Yes? Everyone at home, this is an action story. I need you to do the actions with me. Are you ready? Once upon a time, a man decided to go and hunt for a crocodile. he woke up in the morning and he stretched. And he kissed his wife goodbye. Mwah, mwah, mwah. He went through the gate. And he walked along the track. He went through the long grass. Shh-shh-shh. Then he went over the bridge. And he went up the hill, right to the top! He would just see his wife way down below. So he cooeed to her. Cooeee! Very good! Then he went down the other side of the hill. And he came to a river. Shh-shh-shh. He swam across the river. Swim, swim, swim. swim. And then he saw… a crocodile! He called for help. Help! Then he swam back across the river. Swim, swim, swim. swim. Back up the hill. cooeed to his wife. Cooeee! Very good! Back down the other side of the hill. Back over the bridge. Through the long grass. Shh-shh-shh. Back along track. Through the gate. Kissed his wife. Mwah, mwah, mwah. And jumped back into bed. And that’s the end of the story. Let’s give ourselves a clap. Now this is a little spoken rhyme and it’s called On My Foot. So you do it with your baby On my foot, let me get my foot up. On my foot there is a flea. Now he’s climbing up on me. Past my belly, past my nose, On my head, where my hair grows. On my head there is a flea. Now he’s climbing down on me. Past my belly, past my knee, on my foot, take that, you flea! Let’s do that again. On My Foot There Is A Flea. Ready? On my foot there is a flea. Now he’s climbing up on me. Past my belly, past my nose, On my head, where my hair grows. On my head there is a flea. Now he’s climbing down on me. Past my belly, past my knee, on my foot, take that, you flea! Well done. You can practice that one at home. That’s good fun because it’s a little tickle! Galumph. Galumph, ready? One, two, three. Galumph went the little green frog last night. Galumph went the little green frog. Galumph went the little green frog last night and his eyes went galumph, galumph, galumph! But we all know frogs go La de da de dah La de da de dah La de da de dah We all know frogs go La de da de dah They don’t go galumph galumph galumph! Yay! Well done. Let’s sing Galumph. Ready? One, two, three.. Galumph went the little green frog last night. Galumph went the little green frog. Galumph went the little green frog last night and his eyes went galumph, galumph, galumph! But we all know frogs go La de da de dah La de da de dah We all know frogs go La de da de dah They don’t go galumph galumph galumph! Yay! Well done! Well done. It’s now time for reading a story. If you’re at home, go and get your favourite story and get mum or dad or grandma or grandpa or your friend, your brother or sister to read it to you. Okay everyone, are you ready to sing and shake your instruments? If you’re at home, I hope you have your instruments ready too! Let’s sing Three Blind Mice! Ready? One, two, three! Three blind mice, three blind mice see how they run, see how they run They all ran after the farmer’s wife who cut off their tails with a carving knife Did you ever see such a thing in your life as three blind mice? Three blind mice? Well done! Let’s sing Three Blind Mice again! Ready? One, two, three! Three blind mice, three blind mice see how they run, see how they run They all ran after the farmer’s wife who cut off their tails with a carving knife Did you ever see such a thing in your life as three blind mice? Three blind mice? Yay! Well done! Here we go round the mulberry bush! Ready? One, two, three! Here we go round the mulberry bush the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush, here we go round the mulberry bush so early in the morning! Yay! Let’s sing it again! Ready? One, two, three! Here we go round the mulberry bush the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush, here we go round the mulberry bush so early in the morning! Yay! Well done! Everyone, what’s it time for now? Lee’s favourite: time for… dancing! If you’re at home, you need to get Mum and Dad and get them to stand up with you! Shake it to the side, now to the other side, shake it to the ground turn yourself around. Roll it to the side, now to the other side roll it to the ground turn yourself around. Let’s sing: Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Step it to the other side, now to the other side, stepping on the ground turn yourself around. Shake your hands up high wave them to the side wave them to the ground turn yourself around. Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Take your hands up high wave them to the sides wave them to the ground turn yourself around. Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Shake it to the side, now to the other side, shake it to the ground turn yourself around. Roll it to the side, now to the other side roll it to the ground turn yourself around. Let’s sing: Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Step it to the other side, now to the other side, stepping on the ground turn yourself around. Take your hands up high wave them to the sides wave them to the ground turn yourself around. Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Take your hands up high wave them to the sides wave them to the ground turn yourself around. Doo doo doo doo, Nah nah nah nah nah, blah blah blah blah blah, zing! Well done everyone! Ready? Show me your hands, show me your toes. Show me your shoulders, where’s your nose? Hands, toes, shoulders, nose! Hands, toes, shoulders and then your nose! Well done! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Show me your knees, show me your hips. Show me your elbows, and your lips. Knees, hips, elbows, lips, Knees, hips, elbows, and then your lips! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Hands, toes, shoulders, nose! Knees, hips, elbows, and lips! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Show me your hands, show me your toes. Show me your shoulders, and then your nose. Hands, toes, shoulders, nose! Hands, toes, shoulders and then your nose! Well done! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Show me your knees, show me your hips. Show me your elbows, and your lips. Knees, hips, elbows, lips! Knees, hips, elbows, and then your lips! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Hands, toes, shoulders, nose! Knees, hips, elbows, and lips! Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Dib, Yeah Show me your hands! Now clap them! Yay! Well done! Alright, now we’re going to sing the Six Little Ducks! Ready? One, two, three Six little ducks that I once knew fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too but the one little duck with the feather on his back he led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Down to the river they would go wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble to and fro. But the one little duck with the feather on his back He led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Back from the river they would come Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble Ho, hum, hum But the one little duck With the feather on his back He led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Six little ducks that I once knew fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones, too. But the one little duck with the feather on his back he led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Down to the river they would go wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble to and fro but the one little duck with the feather on his back he led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Back from the river they would come wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble ho, hum, hum but the one little duck with the feather on his back He led the others with a quack, quack, quack a quack, quack, quack! Well done! Well done! Now we’ll do the Rooby Roo song! The children can stand up and I’ll stand up too so you can see me and you can all be kangaroos! Ready? 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 everyone. Did you have fun day? That’s good, because I had fun too! But now it’s time to say goodbye, so let’s sing the goodbye song! Goodbye to everyone at home! Are you ready? 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! Bye

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