Nursery Rhyme Singing Time – Children’s Songs With Mother Goose Club


Nursery Rhyme Singing Time with Mother Goose Club Everybody let’s go, go! Jump up, wiggle and giggle with the Mother Goose Club. I’m Teddy, I’m Eep, I’m Baa Baa Sheep I’m Mary, I’m Jack, I’m Little Bo Peep Everybody let’s go, go! Sing a song, we’ll all sing along, with the Mother Goose Club The Mother Goose Club. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear [music plays] Hey Teddy, are you ready? I am one ready Teddy. Everybody clap, clap, clap along! Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear turn around, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear touch the ground. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear jump up high, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear touch the sky. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear bend down low, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear touch your toes. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear turn off the light, Everybody say: shhh [quietly] Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear say goodnight. [sleeping] Hickory, Dickory, Dock [ticking] [laughter] I’m so hungry. Look Eep, cheese. Eep, Eep, looks like it’s time to eat! Hickory, Dickory, Dock, The mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, Hickory, dickory, dock. One more time! Hickory, dickory, dock. The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck two and down he flew, Hickory, dickory, dock. [laughter] Cheese anyone? [laughter] Jack Be Nimble. [music plays] J. A. C. K. Jack. That’s me. I am nimble, I am quick. Want to see my cool trick? Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack jump over the candlestick. Jack be nimble, Jack be spry, Jack jump over the apple pie. Jack be nimble, Jack jump high! Jack fly up into the sky. [zipping noises] Mmm. Pie. Rig-a-Jig-Jig. [music plays] [music plays] [music plays] [music plays] As I was walking down the street, down the street, down the street. A very good friend I happened to meet, hi-ho hi-ho hi-ho A rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, away we go, away we go, rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, hi-ho hi-ho hi-ho As I was walking down the street, down the street, down the street, a very good friend I happened to meet, hi-ho hi-ho hi-ho A rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, away we go, away we go, rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, hi-ho hi-ho hi-ho Baa, Baa, Baa Sheep [laughter] Hi Teddy, hi Jack. Bo Peep is sheering my wool. That means she’s giving me a haircut. [laughter] and it tickles like crazy! Hey everybody, let’s sing Baa Baa’s song. Baa-yeah. Baa baa baa sheep, have you any wool? yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. One for my teddy, one for Bo Peep, one for the little boy who lives down the street, Baa baa baa sheep have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. Three bags. Bye-bye! Itsy Bitsy Spider [music plays] Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, bakers man, bake me a… Look Eep, it’s a little spider. Bye itsy bitsy spider. Eep, that’s a great idea. Let’s sing a song, the “Itsy Bitsy Spider.” Yeah. The Itsy Bitsy Spider went up the waterspout Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [laughs] Bye-bye! Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary [watering f;pwers] Hi Mary Hi Teddy! Oh I love gardens, can I help? For sure. First, we have to plant the seeds. Okay. One, two, three. Okay. One, two, three. Oh, and here’s a watering can. Thank you. Now let’s give these flowers a little shower. [music plays] Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle-shells, and pretty maids all in a row. Where is Thumbkin? Where are those thumbs of mine? [music plays] Where is thumbkin, where is thumbkin, Here I am. Here I am. How are you today sir, very well I thank you, run and play, run and play. [music plays] Where is pointer, where is pointer, Here I am. Here I am. How are you today sir, very well I thank you, run and play, run and play. Now it’s time for me to go run and play. Little Bo Peep What’s wrong Bo Peep? I’ve lost my sheep. Well I’m a sheep and I know just the thing. The sheep will come back if you sing. Really? I’m Little Bo Peep, I’ve lost my sheep
and don’t know where to find them, Leave them alone and they’ll come home, wagging their tails behind them. [baa] Sheep! Little Bo Peep has found her sheep and she knew where to find them, I left them alone and they came home, wagging their tails behind them. [baa] Oh! Coming Sheep! Bye-bye. [baa] Oh! Coming Sheep! Bye-bye. One, Two, Buckle My Shoe [music plays] One, two, one, two! Let’s sing and tap our shoes, yeah! One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, do it again! [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten a big fat hen! [clucking] [laughter] Clap Your Hands [laughter] Everybody lets snap, snap, snap. Everybody let’s tap, tap, tap. Yeah let’s sing it, clap, clap, clap. [music plays] Clap your hands, clap your hands, clap them just like me, touch your shoulders, touch your shoulders, touch them just like me. Pat your knees, pat your knees, pat them just like me, Stomp your feet, stomp your feet, stomp them just like me. Clap your hands, clap your hands, now let them quiet be. [music plays] The itsy bitsy spider went up the waterspout, down came the rain and washed the spider out, out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [music plays] The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [ticking] [squeak] [clock rings] [music plays] Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, the clock two and down he flew, hickory dickory dock. [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight, Nine, ten, do it again! [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, a big fat hen. [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Humpty Dumpty [music plays] Humpty dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men, couldn’t put humpty together again. Pat-a-Cake Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, bakers man. Bake me a cake as fast as you can. Pat it, and roll it, and mark it with a “b.” And put it in the oven for baby and me. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star [music plays] Twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high, like a diamond in the sky, Twinkle twinkle little star, Twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are. When the blazing sun is gone, when he nothing shines upon. Then you show your little light twinkle twinkle all the night, Twinkle twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are. Little Boy Blue Little boy blue, come blow your horn, the sheeps in the meadow, the cows in the corn, Where is the boy who looks after the sheep? He’s under the haystack fast asleep. [french horn solo] [stinger] [music plays] Mother Goose Club Playhouse invites you to Rhyme With Us! Our newest DVD and download features 60 playhouse rhymes including the smash hit, “The Wheels on the Bus.” Get ready to giggle and play. Rhyme With Us is on its way. Baa Baa’s Rhyme Time Bonanza [hums ABC song] Hi Baa Baa, what are you doing? Oh hey Mary, I’m making a scarf for Teddy. Wow, it’s super cozy, and what are these? Well Mary, Bo Peep gave me a haircut. and those are my one, two, three bags full of wool. One, two, three bags full. Three bags full… that reminds me of a song. [laughter] baa! Hi Teddy, hi Jack! Bo Peep is shearing my wool. That means she’s giving me a haircut. and it tickles like crazy! [laughter] Hey everybody, let’s sing Baa Baa’s song! Baa-yeah! Baa Baa Baa sheep have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. One for my Teddy, one for Bo Peep, one for the little boy who lives down the street, Baa Baa Baa sheep have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. Three bags. Bye-bye! Wow Baa Baa, that’s a lot of wool. Wow Baa Baa, that’s a lot of wool. Wow Baa Baa, that’s a lot of wool. Three bags full [giggles] Wool and full? How do you make such great rhymes Baa Baa? Well it’s easy Mary. Rhyming is just finding words that sound the same. Like same and…. game. That’s right. Same sounds like game. They’re words that rhyme [gasps] I have a great idea. Let’s play a “sounds the same” game. We’ll think of a word and see how many rhymes we can find. Hat…. sat. Bat, and cat [meows] See Mary? Rhyming is just finding words that sound the same. And it’s really fun. Fun, sun [giggles]. Run, won! Little boy blue, come blow your horn. The sheeps in the meadow, the cows in the corn. Where is the boy who looks after the sheep? [giggles] He’s under the haystack [gasps] fast asleep. [laughs] Oh hi guys, I didn’t see you there. I was busy reading this gigantic book of rhymes. Hey Teddy, can you find a rhyme about
a sheep in your book? Please? Hmm… let me see. B-b-b-b-b-b- Baa Baa Black Sheep! Here it is. Could you read it for us Teddy? Sure. I love to read out-loud. Baa baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full! One for the master, one for the dame, One for the little boy who lives down the lane. Baa baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full! [laughs] that was fun! [distant laughter] What was that? [laughter] Let’s go see [distant laughter] Thank you all for coming! Welcome to Jack’s Joke Shack where we find
the time to rhyme with our friends. Eep and Bo Peep! We like to wiggle when we giggle [collective laughter] Here’s one for you Baa Baa: Knock knock, Who’s there? Boo. Boo-hoo [aw] Now now Baa Baa, don’t cry. It’s just a little haircut. [laughter] I got one! What did the sheep say to Bo Peep? We’re full of wool! Get it? Full of wool? [rim shot] [laughter] [ding-ding] do you hear that? It sounds like we’ve
got a new message in the clubhouse! I wonder who it’s from! Hey Eep, did you hear the one about the
mouse who didn’t get his cheese? He forgot the magic word: please. [laughter] Let’s see what it says Baa Baa Black sheep have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. One for the master, one for the dame, One for the little boy who lives down the lane. Baa baa black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full. Bye Mother
Goose Club! See you next time! [giggles] that was fun! Baa-yeah. Hey let’s see if we can come up
with some rhymes of our own. [laughs] Cheese, please? That’s so funny. Hey Teddy, are you ready? You’re just in time, For a fun rhyme. We have some wool, three bags full. But now there’s just two cause I made this for you. [gasps] Thanks Baa-Baa. It’s Baa-utiful. We’ll see you later. Get it? Wool-see ya later? [laughs] Hickory Dickory Dock Rocks Old Mother Hubbard went to her… cupboard! [laughs] to fetch her poor dog a bone. Hey Teddy, look, there’s Eep. Eep eep eep eep and he’s fast asleep. I wonder what he’s dreaming about. Cheese…. Please…. [harp plays] [music plays] I’m so hungry! Look Eep, cheese. Eep Eep, look like it’s time to eat! Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, Hickory dickory dock. One more time! Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck two and down he flew, Hickory dickory dock. [laughs] cheese anyone? [laughter] Cheese… Please…. I think he’s waking up! [startled] I was having the most delicious dream! and you were there Teddy. And you were there too, Jack. Was there lots of… cheese [laughs] There was cheese — and a big clock, just like that one! and the clock went like this: tick-tock tick-tock [everyone joins in] tick-tock, tick-tock, Hi guys! Hi Bo Peep! Eep was just telling us about his dream. There was a loud ticking clock and a big piece of cheese at the top! You know Eep, you were running up a big ticking clock. that sounds like the rhyme “Hickory, dickory, dock.” Would it be in our gigantic book of rhymes? You know Jack? I think it is. You know Jack? I think it is. Oh! Let’s see. H– h— Hickory! Here it is! Hickory dickory dock! [ticking] [squeek] [bells] [music plays] Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck two and down he flew…. Hickory dickory dock. Rhyming can be so much fun. Hickory dickory dock… anyone remember the next word that rhymes with dock? Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock! Clock rhymes with dock. Dock and clock rhyme. They’re words that sound the same. Dock… clock… tock! Those words all rhyme! Let’s say them together. Dock… clock… tock… [laughter] sock! Dock, clock, tock and sock are all words that sound the same. They’re rhymes! [ding-ding] Sounds like a message, let’s go see! Wait for me! Wait for me! Who could it be? [laughter] Hi Mother Goose Club We’re playing the hickory dickory dock game! Come see! Come see! Come see! Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one [ding] The mouse ran down. Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck two [ding ding] and down he flew. [giggling] Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck three, [ding ding ding] He stood like a tree. [giggling] Hickory dickory dock. [giggling] Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck four, [ding ding ding ding] he fell to the floor. [giggling] Hickory dickory dock. [giggling] Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck five, [ding ding ding ding ding] He waved goodbye. Bye. Hickory dickory dock. [laughter] What great rhymes. And how much fun it is to act them out. The clock struck six… and I did some kicks. [laughter] Hickory dickory dock. Hi guys! What are you doing? Hi Bo Peep. Our friends just showed us a hickory dickory dock rhyme game. Oh, that sounds fun! Let’s try to make up a rhyme of our own. Yeah. Let’s do it. Hickory dickory dock, the ticking of the clock. There is Teddy, she runs steady. Tick-tock, tick-tock Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the ticking of the clock, Mary Mary is quite contrary, [giggles] absolutely! Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the ticking of the clock, Baa Baa sheep plays hide and seek, Baa Baa where are you? Baa ha-ha Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the ticking of the clock. Jack can be found, clowning around, ta-da! Cha-cha-cha. Hickory dickory dock. Hickory dickory dock, the ticking of the clock, There is Eep, he’s fast asleep. Cheese…please… Hickory dickory dock. [snoring] bye-bye, see you next time! [music plays] Join Eep, Mary, and the rest of the club in this collection of over 20 song videos. Jump Up and Rhyme with Mother Goose Club Includes hits: Itsy Bitsy Spider and all-original Dinosaur Stomp. [music plays] One, Two Buckle My Shoe: Eep Counts to Ten. One, two, three… hmm, what comes after three? One, two, three… Hi Eep. Hi Teddy, hi Mary. What are you doing? I’m getting ready for Jack’s magic show, He’s going to make ten pieces of cheese disappear. I’m trying to count them out but I’m having some trouble. Could you help me? Sure, we’d love to help. I know a rhyme that might help you remember to count to ten. Do you know what a rhyme is? Sure Teddy, a rhyme is two words that sound the same. Like same and name! Those are words that rhyme. And game! Same, name, game. I like that one. Same, name, game. Here’s another rhyme that will help us count to ten. It’s called “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe” [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, do it again. [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, a big fat hen. [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. [laughter] What a fun way to count and remember our numbers. We’ve counted to ten, let’s do it again. One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, a big fat hen. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. I did it again! Hi guys! Hi Oh, Eep. Have you counted all the cheese for the magic show. Sure did. We learned a rhyme called “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe.” and that really helped me count all ten pieces. Buckle my shoe… do you remember when we sang that song? I sure do. [music plays] One, two, one, two, Let’s sing and tap our shoes! Yeah! One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, do it again! [music plays] One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, open the door. Five, six, pick up sticks. Seven, eight, lay them straight. Nine, ten, a big fat hen! [clucking] [laughter] Where did Jack go? He’s in his magic shack. [gasps] follow me! Welcome to Jack’s magic shack. I make rhymes to spare, out of thin air! [laughs] Spare… air. Gee that’s fun! Fun… run… sun… and won! Wow that’s great. Great… ate… late… and fate! Oh, oh and weight, rate, gate! [laughs] I know! Let’s all become rhyming magicians! It’s as easy as pie. You just have to try. Try… pie [fanfare] [laughter] Mmm, that’s one delicious rhyme! [laughter] And what rhymes with Eep? Eep… sleep… sheep… Bo Peep! [laughter] Yes… you called? [laughter] Did someone mention sheep? [laughter] [ding ding] Did you hear that? We have a new message! Let’s go see! [piano plays major scale] Hi Mother Goose Club! We’re making up some of our own rhymes! Come see! One, two… Let’s say boo! [together] Boo! [laughter] Three, four… Snooze and snore! [loud snoring] [laughter] Five, six… Make some clicks! [clicking] Seven, eight… Rhymes are great! [clap] [laughter] Nine, ten… Cluck like a hen! [clucking noises] Let’s do it again! Yeah! One, two… Find a clue. [laughter] Three, four… Sit on the floor [laughter]. Five, six… Do some tricks! Seven, eight… Don’t be late! Bye! Nine, ten… I guess that’s it then! Bye! [laughter] Wow, what great rhyming! [laughter in background] We’re missing the show! We’d better get back to the shack for Jack’s magic act! Back… shack… Jack… wow, those all rhyme. Welcome once again and get ready for a big surprise. This cheese will disappear right before your very eyes. [excited gasps] Let’s count all the pieces one last time, and to help us count, let’s use a rhyme [cheers] One, two, toodle-e-doo. Three, four, cheese no more. Five, six, here comes the trick. Seven, eight, it’ll be great Nine, ten, till we meet again! Abra cadabra and three, two, one, with a wave of my wand, the cheese is gone! [gasps] Abra cadabra and presto please, one, two, three… and here’s the cheese [cheers] Counting is fun and it can help to use a rhyme. Thank you for your help and we’ll see you next time! Bye [laughter]. Itsy Bitsy Spider Time The itsy bitsy spider, went up the water [Hi Mary] spout. What are you doing? Oh hi Bo Peep, I was just reading
from the gigantic book of rhymes. Oh I love rhymes. It’s so fun to come
up with words that sound the same. Ooh, I’ve got one. Let’s take a look in this book. [laughs] Look, book. Those words sound the same. They’re rhymes. Look…book…cook…took! [laughter] Look…book…cook…took. Great rhyming. Thanks. So what rhyme are you reading Mary? Well, I was just going to read the
rhyme called “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”. [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? [gasps] Would you like to read along with me? Yeah! Great. Let’s all read it together. [music] The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [music] [music] [music] The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [music] [laughter] [laughs] The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, so the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [laughs] Wow, that looks like fun. It is! It is! [gasps] I have an idea. Let’s make up
an itsy bitsy rhyme of our own! Yeah. It can be about a little yellow ladybug. Ooh. The little yellow ladybug went up the water spout, she climbed to the top and turned her head about. She met the little spider and soon the two were friends, then the spider and the ladybug went down the spout again. That was great. Awesome! That was great. Awesome! Thanks. Hi guys, what are you doing? Hi Eep, hi Teddy, we were just reading
the rhyme “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”. Ooh, and making up one of our own. [laughs] That sounds like fun! Eep, do you remember when we sang “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”? I sure do, Teddy. [music] [harp] Patty-cake, patty-cake, bakers man, Bake me a… Look Eep, it’s a little spider. [banjo twang] Bye itsy bitsy spider. Eep, that’s a great idea. Let’s sing a song: “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”. [music] Yeah. The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [laughter] Bye-bye! …and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [crash] [gasps] What was that? Sounds like Jack! I bet he’s in the shack. Let’s go see! [laughter] [laughter] [fanfare] Welcome, welcome one and all, where you’re guaranteed to have a ball! This is my very special magic shack and
I’m the magician. My name is Jack! [cheers] What great rhymes! Oh he does this all the time [laughter] For today’s magic show, I will make rhymes grow. So watch closely here, from this hat, rhymes will appear! [Ooh] I’m fishing for our first rhyme, what do you think I might find? [drum roll] Book! In I go, so let’s take a
look. [drum roll] What comes next is really big, Hook! Book. Hook. You could say I’m hooked on books! [laughter] Let’s try this again, if you could imagine that. Keep a close watch, here comes a… Hat! Let’s see what’s next. What could rhyme with hat? Here it comes now, this time it’s a… Bat! Hat… Bat! A hat on a bat. [laughter] [zips] Now here’s the big finale. So let’s not make a peep. Next thing you’ll see is our good friend… Eep! [laughs] Right you are, it’s our friend Eep! Here’s another good friend. Her name is… Bo Peep! [laughter] [ding ding] Sounds like we have a message. Let’s go see! [laughs] [laughs] Hi Mother Goose Club. We’re making puppets for an itsy bitsy spider game! And we wanted to share them with you. The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. Bye [laughter] [laughter] [laughs] What a great puppet show. That’s such a fun way to act out rhymes. Maybe we can all try to make an
itsy bitsy rhyme of our own, and act it out. I know, let’s sing a song about Mary. [laughs] That’s a great idea Teddy. Itsy bitsy Mary, watched her flowers grow. Eep and Bo Peep popped up from down below. Once the two had passed and were skipping down the lane, Itsy bitsy Mary watched her flowers again. Bye-bye. See you next time! Teddy Bear Boogie Woogie And-a five, six, seven, eight. Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground. Hi Teddy! What are you doing? I’m getting ready for the big show. It’s called “Teddy Bear’s Boogie Woogie”. Can I help? Can I help? Can I help? Sure. You guys can help by clapping and rhyming along. We can do that [yeah]. Do you know what a rhyme is? [collective uncertainty] I know. Rhymes are two words that sound the same. Like Eep and… Bo Peep! [laughter] That’s right. Eep and Bo Peep are words that rhyme. Can anyone think of another word that rhymes with Eep? Sheep! [laughter] Good one! Sheep rhymes with Peep and Eep! [baa] I can see our friends outside! [gasps] And I can hear them too. But where are they going? But where are they going? [laughs] They’re coming to see the show. Now let’s practice so we’re ready to go! [laughs] Let’s do it. [claps] Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground. Teddy bear, teddy bear, jump up high. teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky. [laughs] That was teddyrific! Hi! Can we join in too? Don’t mind if you do. [laughs] [claps] Teddy bear, teddy bear, bend down low, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch your toes. Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn out the light, Teddy bear, teddy bear, say goodnight. [snoring] [laughter] [music] Did you hear that? Is the show about to start? That’s our cue. What do we do? Come on, let’s go, it’s time for the show.[laughs] [applause] [laughter] Everybody clap, clap, clap along. Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground. Teddy bear, teddy bear, jump up high, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky. Teddy bear, teddy bear, bend down low, teddy bear, teddy bear, touch your toes. Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn off the light, Everybody say “shh” Teddy bear, teddy bear, say goodnight. [snoring] [applause] [cheers] Man teddy, you sure know how to boogie woogie. and rhyme: turn around, touch the ground. You’re really good at finding two words that sound the same. Aw, thanks a ton, it was super fun! [laughter] So Teddy, do you know any other teddy bear rhymes? I sure do. I bet we can find
them in our gigantic book of rhymes. [cheers] Let’s see! [laughter] Here’s one of my favorites. It’s called “Fuzzy-Wuzzy”. [laughter] [laughter] Okay. It’s a tongue twister. [music] Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear; Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair! Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t really fuzzy, was he? [laughter] Okay. [music] Fuzzy Wuzzy bought a wig; Fuzzy Wuzzy fluffed it big. But Fuzzy Wuzzy doesn’t look more fuzzy, does he? [laughter] The end, the end. That was a great rhyme. That was a great rhyme. And I sure do love tongue twisters. Me too. Let’s all try to say it together [yeah]. Can you say it with us? Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear; Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t really fuzzy, was he? [laughter] Fuzzy Wuzzy bought a wig; Fuzzy Wuzzy fluffed it big. But Fuzzy Wuzzy doesn’t look more fuzzy, does he? [laughter] Oh man, that’s funny. [ding ding] We have a new message from our friends. Ooh, let’s go! [cheers] Hi Mother Goose Club, we’re rhyming to rhythm! One, two, three, four. Hat, [click click click] bat, pat, sat. Cat, [click click click] pat, mat, that. Hot, [click click click] hot, lot, got. Hot, [click click click] taught, dot, not. Let, [click click click] set, jet, wet. Let, [click click click] pet, met, get. Pack, [click click click] sack, black, lack. Pack, [click click click] crack, snack, knack. Bye! [laughter] [laughter] Hey Teddy, do you think we could all do your dance? Sure. Let’s give everyone a chance. When you hear your name,
it’s your turn to act out a rhyme. [claps] Baa-Baa and Mary, turn around, Baa-Baa and Mary, make a silly sound. [pop] [laughter] Eep and Bo Peep, jump up high, Eep and Bo Peep, wave goodbye. [laughter] Teddy and Jack, point your toe, Teddy and Jack, dosey-doe. [laughter] Everybody turn out the light, now everybody say goodnight. Goodnight. [snoring] Goodbye, see you next time. [music] [music]

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