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  • Nursery Rhymes and Website
    • Hertiki Marsaid, S.Pd
  • The Benefits
    • to provide children with opportunities to develop an appreciation for rhyme and rhythm, as well as to develop their memory and auditory skills
    • to develop vocabulary
    • to encourage learning to read
    • to help children develop motor skills and co-ordination
    • to expand their imaginations
  • The Steps
    • Play the song or give an example
    • Actions and phrases
    • Drilling
    • Sing the song or recite the rhyme
    • Let’s do the numbers rumba (3x)
    • Numbers rumba all day long
    • Number one, number one, number one is straight but fun
    • Number one, number one, number one all day long
    • Number two, number two, two big feet on a kangaroo
    • Number three, number three, three bananas on banana tree
    Songs
    • One little two little three little Indian
    • Four little five little six little Indian
    • Seven little eight little nine little Indian
    • Ten little Indian boys
    • Clap… Walk… Sway…
    • Jump… Roll…
    • I went to school early morning and I walked like this all on my way to school
    • I saw a little rabbit and he hopped like this
    • I saw a shiny river and it splashed like this
    • I saw a little pony and he galloped like this
    • I saw a poor old lady and she hobbled like this
    • I saw a tall policeman and he stood like this
    • I heard the school bell ringing and I ran like this
    • Baa, baa black sheep
    • Have you any wool
    • Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full
    • One for the master and one for the dame
    • And one for the little boy,
    • Who lives down the lane
    • Good morning good morning nice to see your smiling face
    • Good morning good morning to you and to you
    • Hello Steven Hello John
    • Hello Mary Hello Tom
    • Good morning good morning to you and to you
    • She’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes
    • Singing ay ya yipii yipii yay
    • She’ll be wearing silver pajamas when she comes
    • Singing ay ya yipii yipii yay
    • She’ll be riding six my horses when she comes
    • Singing ay ya yipii yipii yay
  • Rhymes
    • Two little Dicky birds
    • Sitting on the wall
    • One named Jack and the other named Jill
    • Fly away Jack, Fly away Jill
    • Come back Jack, Come back Jill
    • Fishy-Fishy in the brook
    • Daddy caught it with a hook
    • Mommy fried it in the pan
    • And I ate it like a man
    • Rain rain go away
    • Come again another day
    • Little children want to play
  • The best world’s ESL resource
    • Why Teachers Use the Internet in ELT
    • What Teachers Can Do on the Internet
  • Why Teachers Use the Internet in ELT
    • Offer a seemingly endless range of topics to choose from, all in one handy location
    • Provide a growing number of material specifically designed for language teaching
    • Give up to date information
    • Simplify the task of finding alternative teaching ideas
  • What Teachers Can Do on the Internet
    • Communicate with students and other teachers
    • Upload lesson plans, slides and students’ projects
    • Find a lot of teaching resources
    • Share ideas and problems
    • Get more information related to education issues
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