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1.A B C

A B C D E F G

H I J K L M N O P

Q R S T U V

W X Y Z

I am learning A B C.

I am singing A B C.

2.Head and Shoulders

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

And eyes and ears, and mouth and nose,

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.

3.Right Hand, Left Hand 

Right hand, left hand, put them on my head.

Right hand, left hand, put them both to bed.

Right hand, left hand, put them on my chest.

Right hand, left hand, put them both to rest.

4.Say and Touch

Say “bear,” and touch your hair.

Say “hear,” and touch your ear.

Say “bye,” and touch your eye.

Say “rose,” and touch your nose.

Say “south,” and touch your mouth.

Say “in,” and touch your chin.

Say “rest,” and touch your chest.

Say “farm,” and touch your arm.

Say “yummy,” and touch your tummy.

Say “bee,” and touch your knee.

Say “neat,” and touch your feet.

Say “no,” and touch your toe.

5.Love Me — I Love You

Love me — I love you,

Love me, my baby;

Sing it high, sing it low,

Sing it as may be.

Mother’s arms under you,

Her eyes above you;

Sing it high, sing it low,

Love me — I love you.

6.Home’s the Very Nicest Place

The fish live in the brook,

The birds live in the tree,

But home’s the very nicest place

For a little child like me.

7.I Like to Skip

I like to skip, I like to jump,

I like to run about,

I like to play, I like to sing,

I like to laugh and shout.

8.Pease Porridge

Pease porridge hot,

Pease porridge cold,

Pease porridge in a pot,

Nine days old.

Some like it hot, 

Some like it cold,

Some like it in a pot,

Nine days old.

Daddy likes it hot,

Mommy likes it cold, 

I like it in a pot,

Nine days old.

9.At the Seaside

When I was down beside the sea

A wooden spade they gave to me

To dig the sandy shore.

My holes were empty like a cup,

In every hole the sea came up

Till it could come no more.

10.Rain

The rain is falling all around,

It falls on field and tree,

It rains on the umbrella here,

And on the ships at sea.

11.Jerry Hall

Jerry Hall,

He is so small,

A rat could eat him,

Hat and all.

12.Jack Be Nimble

Jack be nimble,

Jack be quick,

Jack jump over

The candlestick.

13.The Earth

The earth is a great big ball,

It isn’t flat at all.

It spins around just like a top,

I’m sure it will never stop.

14.If Bees Stay at Home

If bees stay at home,

The rain will soon come;

If bees fly away,

It’ll be a fine day.

15.One, Two, Three, Four

One, two, three, four,

Come in please and shut the door.

Five, six, seven, eight,

It’s time for school. You are very late.

Nine, ten, nine, ten, 

Don’t be late for school again.

16.Good, Better, Best

Good, better, best,

Never let it rest,

Till your good is better,

And your better best.

17.Blue Is the Sea

Blue is the sea,

Green is the grass,

White are the clouds,

As they slowly pass.

Black are the crows, 

Brown the trees,

Red are the sails

Of a ship in the breeze.

18.Elephant

Right foot, left foot, see me go.

I am gray and big and slow.

I come walking down the street

With my trunk and four big feet.

19.Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full.

One for my master, one for the dame

And one for the little boy who lives down the lane.

Baa, baa, white sheep, have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full.

One for my master, one for the dame

And one for the little girl who lives down the lane.

20.The Thief and the Shepherd

 “Shepherdy, Shepherdy, count your sheep.”

“I can’t come now, I’m fast asleep.”

“If you don’t come now, they’ll all be gone,”

“So Shepherdy, Shepherdy, come along.”

21.Every Morning at Eight O’clock

Every morning at eight o’clock

You can hear the postman knock.

Up jumps the Mary to open the door,

One letter, two letters, three letters, four.

22.Baby Beds

Little lamb, little lamb, 

Where do you sleep?

“In the green meadow,

With mother sheep.”

Little birds, little birds,          

Where do you rest?

“Close to our mother,

In a warm nest.”

Baby dear, Baby dear,

Where do you lie? 

“In my warm bed,

With Mother close by.”

23.The Mouse’s Lullaby

Oh, rock-a-bye, baby mouse, rock-a-bye, so!

When baby’s asleep to the baker’s I’ll go,

And while he’s not looking I’ll pop from a hole, 

And bring to my baby a fresh pennyroll.

24.Sam, Sam, the Funny Old Man

Sam, Sam, the funny old man

Washed his face in the frying pan,

Combed his hair with the leg of a chair,

Sam, Sam, the funny old man.

25.The First Snow

The snow is clean;

The snow is white;

The snow falls softly

Through the night.

The snow is soft;

The snow’s a toy

For every laughing

Girl and boy.

The snow is fair;

The snow is all;

O pity those where

There’s no snowfall.

26.Four Seasons

Spring is gay with flowers and song,

Summer is hot and the days are long,

Autumn is rich with fruit and grain,

Winter brings snow and the New Year again. 

27.Traffic Lights

“Stop,” says the red light,

“Go,” says the green,

“Wait,” says the yellow light

Blinking in between.

That’s what they say and

That’s what they mean.

We all must obey them,

Even the Queen.

28.Wee Willie Winkie

Wee Willie Winkie

Runs through the town,

Upstairs and downstairs

In his nightgown.

Rapping at the window,

Crying through the lock:

“Are the children all in bed? 

Now it’s eight o’clock.”

29.The Goldfish

My darling little goldfish

Hasn’t any toes;

He swims around without a sound

And bumps his hungry nose.

He can’t get out to play with me,

Nor I get in to him,

Although I say: “Come out and play,” 

And he---“Come in and swim.”

30.There’s Snow on the Fields 

There’s snow on the fields,

And cold in the cottage,

While I sit in the chimney nook

Supping hot pottage.

My clothes are soft and warm,

Fold upon fold,

But I’m so sorry for the poor

Out in the cold. 

31.A Motherless Soft Lambkin  

A motherless soft lambkin

Alone upon a hill;

No mother’s fleece to shelter him

And wrap him from the cold: —

I’ll run to him and comfort him,   

I’ll fetch him, that I will;

I’ll care for him and feed him

Until he’s strong and bold. 

32.When You Talk to a Monkey

When you talk to a monkey,

He seems very wise,

He scratches his head,

And he blinks both his eyes;

But he won’t say a word.

He just swings on a rail

And makes a big question mark

Out of his tail.

33.The Monkeys and the Crocodile

Five little monkeys,

Swinging from a tree;

Teasing Uncle Crocodile,

Merry as can be.

Swinging high, swinging low,

Swinging left and right:

“Dear Uncle Crocodile,

Come and take a bite!”

Five little monkeys,,

Swinging in the air;

Heads up, tails up,

Little do they care.

Swinging up, swinging down,

Swinging far and near:

“Poor Uncle Crocodile,

Aren’t you hungry, dear?”

Four little monkeys,

Sitting in a tree;

Heads down, tails down,

Dreary as can be.

Weeping loud, weeping low,

Crying to each other:

“Wicked Uncle Crocodile

To gobble up our brother!”

34.Bunnies

“The bunnies now must go to bed,”

The furry mother bunny said.

“But I must count them first to see

If they have all come back to me.

One bunny, two bunnies, three bunnies dear,   

Four bunnies, five bunnies; yes, they’re all here.

They are the prettiest things alive,

My bunnies, one, two, three, four, five.”

35.One, Two, Three, Four, Five

One, two, three, four, five,

Once I caught a fish alive,

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,

Then I let it go again. 

Why did you let it go?

Because it bit my finger so.

Which finger did it bite?

The little finger on the right.

36.The Swing

How do you like to go up in a swing,

Up in the air so blue?

Oh, I do think it the pleasantest thing

Ever a child can do!

Up in the air and over the wall,

Till I can see so wide,

River and trees and cattle and all

Over the countryside —

Till I look down on the garden green,

Down on the roof so brown —

Up in the air I go flying again,

Up in the air and down!

37.Where Go the Boats?

Dark brown is the river,

Golden is the sand.

It flows along for ever,

With trees on either hand.

Green leaves a-floating,

Castles of the foam,

Boats of mine a-floating —

When will all come home?

On goes the river

And out past the mill,

Away down the valley,

Away down the hill.

Away down the river,

A hundred miles or more,

Other little children

Shall bring my boats ashore.

38.Round the Clock the Hours Go

Round the clock the hours go,

Sometimes fast and sometimes slow,

Tell me what the two hands say,

They will tell the time of day,

Six o’clock, it’s time to rise,

Stretch your limbs and open your eyes.

Round the clock the hours go,

Sometimes fast and sometimes slow,

Tell me what the two hands say,

They will tell the time of day,

Twelve o'clock it's time to eat,

Come with me we’ll have a treat.

Round the clock the hours go,

Sometimes fast and sometimes slow,

Tell me what the two hands say,

They will tell the time of day,

Nine o’clock, it’s time for bed.

Come with me you sleepyhead.

39.The Noble Duke of York 

Oh, the noble Duke of York,

He had ten thousand men. 

He marched them up to the top of the hill

And he marched them down again.

And when they were up, they were up

And when they were down, they were down,

But when they were only half way up,

They were neither up nor down.

40.Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat

Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?

I’ve been to London to visit the Queen.

Pussy cat, pussy cat, what did you there?

I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

41.Pretty Maid

Pretty maid, pretty maid,

Where have you been?

Gathering a posy

To give to the Queen.

Pretty maid, pretty maid,

What gave she you?

She gave me a diamond

As big as my shoe.

42.What Does the Bee Do?

What does the bee do?  

Bring home honey.

And what does Father do?

Bring home money.

And what does Mother do?

Lay out the money.

And what does baby do?

Eat up the honey.

43.Two Little Dragons

Two little dragons

lived in a wood.

One was bad,

and one was good.

One went walking

straight to school.

One went fishing

in Cranberry Pool.

One learned add-up

and take-away.

One spent all of

his time in play.

One helped mother

when school was done.

One chased little boys

just for fun.

If you were a dragon

and lived in a wood,     

Would you be bad

or would you be good?

44.If All Were Rain and Never Sun 

If all were rain and never sun,

No bow could span the hill;    

If all were sun and never rain,

There’d be no rainbow still.

45.The Owl

A wise old owl lived in an oak;

The more he saw, the less he spoke; 

The less he spoke, the more he heard.

Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird? 

46.The Young Lady of Niger 

There was a young lady of Niger

Who smiled as she rode on a tiger,

They returned from the ride

With the lady inside,

And the smile on the face of the tiger.

47.Fly Away, Fly Away

Fly away, fly away over the sea,

Sun-loving swallows, for summer is done;

Come again, come again, come back to me,

Bringing the summer and bringing the sun.

48.Mother, Shake the Cherry-tree

Mother, shake the cherry-tree,

Susan, catch a cherry;

Oh how funny that will be,

Let’s be merry!

One for brother, one for sister,

Two for mother more,

Six for father, hot and tired,

Knocking at the door.

49.Sailor, Come Ashore

O sailor, come ashore,

What have you brought for me?

Red coral, white coral,

Coral from the sea.

I did not dig it from the ground

Nor pluck it from a tree;

Feeble insects made it

In the stormy sea.

50.Who Has Seen the Wind

Who has seen the wind?

Neither I nor you:

But when the leaves hang trembling

The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind?

Neither you nor I:

But when the trees bow down their heads

The wind is passing by.

51.After a Bath

After a bath

I try, try, try

to wipe myself

till I’m dry, dry, dry.

Hands to wipe

and fingers and toes

and two wet legs

and a shiny nose.

Just think how much

less time I’d take

if I were a dog

and could shake, shake, shake.

52.An Apple a Day

An apple a day

Keeps the doctor away.

Apple in the morning,

Doctor’s warning.

Roast apple at night

Starves the doctor outright.

Eat an apple going to bed,

Knock the doctor on the head.

Three each day, seven days a week,

Ruddy apple, ruddy cheek.

53.The Night Sky

All day long

The sun shines bright.

The moon and stars

Come out by night.

From twilight time

They line the skies

And watch the world

With quiet eyes.

54.Ten Brave Firemen

Ten brave firemen,

Sleeping in a row.

Ding goes the bell,

Down the pole they go.

Off on the engine,

Oh, oh, oh.

This is the fire engine,

This is the hose.

The firemen work very fast,

When the siren blows.

Up goes the ladder,

Out goes the hose,

The fire is out,

And that’s the way it goes.

55.If the Sun Could Tell Us Half

If the sun could tell us half

That he hears and sees,

Sometimes he would make us laugh,

Sometimes make us cry.

Think of all the birds that make

Homes among the trees;

Think of cruel boys who take

Birds that cannot fly.

Christina Rossetti

56.Bread and Milk for Breakfast

Bread and milk for breakfast, 

And woolen frocks to wear,

And a crumb for robin redbreast

On the cold days of the year.

Christina Rossetti

57.The Little Clock

There’s a neat little clock,

In the schoolroom it stands, 

And it points to the time

With its two little hands.

And may we, like the clock,

Keep a face clean and bright,

With hands ever ready

To do what is right.

58.The Star

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

How I wonder what you are!

Up above the world so high,

Like a diamond in the sky.

 (Refrain)

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.

(Refrain)

Then the traveller in the dark,

Thanks you for your tiny spark;

He could not see where to go,

If you did not twinkle so.

(Refrain)

In the dark blue sky you keep,

And often through my curtains peep,

For you never shut your eye,

Till the sun is in the sky.

(Refrain)

As your bright and tiny spark

Lights the traveller in the dark,— 

Though I know not what you are,

Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

(Refrain)

Jane Taylor

59.Nurse’s Song (from Songs of Innocence)

When the voices of children are heard on the green

And laughing is heard on the hill,

My heart is at rest within my breast

And everything else is still.

“Then come home my children, the sun is gone down

And the dews of night arise;

Come, come, leave off play, and let us away

Till the morning appears in the skies.”

“No, no, let us play, for it is yet day

And we cannot go to sleep;

Besides, in the sky, the little birds fly

And the hills are all covered with sheep.”

“Well, well, go & play till the light fades away

And then go home to bed.”

The little ones leaped & shouted & laugh’d

And all the hills echoèd.

William Blake

60.Dreams

Hold fast to dreams

For if dreams die

Life is a broken-winged bird

That cannot fly.

Hold fast to dreams    

For when dreams go

Life is a barren field

Frozen with snow.

Langston Hughes (1902—1967)

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