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A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea: Favourite Rhymes from an Irish Childhood

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Whoever the children are in your life - your kids, your grandkids, your students, even yourself (in your heart) - Kid Songs Around The World is a wonderful way to help them experience other languages and cultures. Singing a nursery rhyme is a great way to bond with your child and support their language development. was a baby shark swimming, and an octopus swimming, and a turtle swimming, and a jellyfish swimming, and a seahorse swimming in the sea sea sea.

While singing this song, children form their arms into an arch while others pass under a single-file. More or less, there is an involvement of the hands and other body parts such as knees, toes, elbows, shoulders, etc. For another great nursery rhyme PowerPoint to keep your learners singing, check out this lovely Miss Polly Had a Dolly Lyrics PowerPoint.

Little Bo-Peep by Mother Goose – ‘Little Bo-Peep’ by Mother Goose is a children’s song that presents the story of Bo-Peep, a shepherdess, a flock of lost sheep, and their missing tails. An up and down hand movement is made when the word 'sea' is sung, as this represents the movements made by the waves in the ocean. Put it adrift on your own version of the deep blue sea sea sea by filling your bath with some water. Apart from that, the last two feet of each line of this song contain a repetition of the long “i” sound. What makes the book really special is the many comments from Mama Lisa’s correspondents who have shared stories and memories from their own lives.

Ferdinand Magellan was the captain of the first ship to sail all the way around the world about 500 years ago! Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross – In this nursery rhyme, the narrator describes a fine lady or an old man who is riding on a cock-horse.On every "Chop, chop, chop": Put one hand out like an ax and "chop" inside the elbow of your other arm - 3 times. Monday’s Child – Parents and teachers take recourse to this nursery rhyme to teach children the days of the week. The first part of the book covers some of the traditions that take place on days other than Christmas itself, like St. So, the first three lines of the stanza are in iambic tetrameter and the last line is in iambic pentameter.

There are several different versions of this clapping rhyme, but below below you will find the most common version.

A sailor went to sea, sea, sea To see what she could see, see, see, But all that she could see, see, see, Was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea. A clapping game may be performed or played in different versions found in different areas and times and often according to ethnicity. Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music. When actions are added to a song or nursery rhyme, this also helps support young children with their physical development, helping strengthen their all-important gross motor and fine motor skills. The protagonists sing the song multiple times while constructing a boat and during fantasy sequences.

was a blue whale swimming, and a baby shark swimming, and an octopus swimming, and a turtle swimming, and a jellyfish swimming, and a seahorse swimming in the sea sea sea. And while singing about the sailor’s adventures, we also learn the names of some very cool sea creatures. On every “sea, sea, sea”, one puts his/her right hand up to the forehead, over the eyes, like he/she is finding something. On every "Sea, sea, sea": Put your right hand up to your forehead, over your eyes, like you're looking - 3 times. Lyrics [ ] A sailor went to sea, sea, sea To see what he could see, see, see, But all that he could see, see, see, Was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea.Singing nursery rhymes with young children is a great way of supporting their language skills and increasing their developing vocabulary.

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