Kindergarten Music: Muffin Man


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Songs for Starting The New Year

Have You Met a Friend Of Mine?

F
Have you met a friend of mine,
     G7                      C
A friend of mine, a friend of mine?
F
Have you met a friend of mine?
G     C          F
Her name is Joanie.

(Substitute one of your children's names for the name Joanie.


The Name Game


F
Welcome, welcome, all my friends.
          G7                       C7
We'll learn your names through this game.
F
Stand up, Nick, it is your turn
G7       C7            F
Take a block and then return.

(Place one block for each child in a pile. Have the children sit in a circle around the blocks. Sing a verse for one of your children. Have the child named stand up, take one of the blocks and return to his or her place. Repeat until each child has had a turn.)

Time For School

Lunch With All the Bunch

F
Now it's time to have some lunch,
G7                          C7
Time to lunch with all the bunch.
F
Now it's time to have some lunch,
         G7               C7      F
Let's munch with all the bunch.

Learning About Ourselves And Others

Please And Thank You

F
Please and thank you, how are you?
     G7                   C7
Polite words will always do.
F
Friends feel good and you will too.
G7    G             F
I can use them, how 'bout you?

Super Star

       F
Oh, do you know a super star,
     G7               C
A super star, a super star?
        F
Oh, yes, I know a super star.
         G7    C       F
The super star is me!

Who's Birthday?

       F
Oh, do you know the birthday boy,
        G7                       C
The birthday boy, the birthday boy?
        F
Oh, yes, I know the birthday boy,
        G7         C        F
The birthday boy is John.

        F
Oh, do you know how old he is,
          G7                  C
How old he is, how old he is?
        F
Oh, yes, I know how old he is,
        G7        C         F
The birthday boy is four.

(Substitute the name and the age of the birthday child for those in the song.)

Do You Know?


F
Do you know the principal,
         G7               C7
The principal, the principal?
        F
Oh, do you know the principal?
       G7        C7    F
Her name is Mrs. Jones.

(Substitute the title and name of one of your school helpers for the title principal and the name Mrs. Jones.)

Concepts

What Shape Is This?

F
Do you know what shape this is,
          G7                         C
What shape this is, what shape this is?
F
Do you know what shape this is
       G7       C        F
I'm holding in my hand?

What Time Is It?

F
Do you know what time it is,
          G7                   C
What time it is, what time it is?
F
Do you know what time it is?
G7    C            F
Let's look and see.

      F
It's 12 o'clock and all is well,
       G7                  C
It's 12 o'clock and all is well,
       F
It's 12 o'clock and all is well,
G7     C         F
All is well today.

(Substitute the name of the actual time for the words 12 o'clock.)

Do You Know What Time It Is?

F
Do you know what time it is,
G7                    C
What time it is, what time it is?
F
Do you know what time it is?
G7     C       F
Look at the clock.

        F
The big hand is on the number 12,
        G7                    C
The number 12, the number 12.
         F
The big hand is on the number 12,
G7  C         F
On our big clock.

         F
The small hand is on the number 2,
         G7                 C
The number 2, the number 2.
        F
The small hand is on the number 2,
G7  C          F
On our big clock.

F
That means it is two o'clock,
G7                 C
Two o'clock, two o'clock.
F
That means it is two o'clock.
G7         C        F
Time to go outside.

(Substitute the names of the appropriate numbers, time and activity for the ones in the song.)



Kid's Kitchen: Barefoot Books-LadyD

Kid's Kitchen Card Deck


About Kids' Kitchen


Encourage budding chefs to create tasty meals with 40 laminated recipe cards that feature nutritious vegetarian dishes from around the world. Unique recipes ranging from the familiar to the exotic are divided into five color-coded categories to reflect the major food groups. Simple step-by-step instructions put kids in control as they learn that cooking is more than an art — it's a science! Includes 8-page booklet with information on nutrition, kitchen safety and terminology. This edition has been updated with even tastier recipes.
For all ages

Recipes on this blog:

How-to-bake-greek-roast-lamb

Kids-kitchen

Pumpkin-pie-play-dough

Spooky-recipes-for-Halloween

Happy singing, reading, cooking and eating!








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