Oh, Mama dear I raise my hands, bow my head. This is my hand toucher You have a lyric up on the site but it differs from the one I know." My Mama dear Learning is cool That's what I learned in my school. My Hand on My Head My Highland Goat Nobody Likes Me (I think I'll go eat worms) Once Upon a Time in a Nursery Rhyme On the Ning Nang Nong On Top of Spaghetti Purple People Eater … Eye blinker, sweat browser, hat holder, rinky-dinky-doo. This is my sweat boxer, Sweat boxer, top-notcher, The history and meaning of these holidays is discussed, often with examples of traditional songs. google_ad_height = 600; These are my eye-lookers, Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965, Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop ‘Bleach’; June 15, 1989, Lyricapsule: Derek and the Dominos’ First Gig; June 14, 1970. See more of our Human Body and Science Songs for Young Children Song Lyrics. That's what they taught me in school. We've emailed you instructions on how to reset your password. I'm interested in the extra words of "gully goo," "do-si-do," and "school-la." Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country. This is my top-notcher, My Mama dear Top-notcher, top-notcher, Dickey, dickey doo That's what I learned in my school. Wee Sing - My Hand on My Head Lyrics. Sweat boxer, top-notcher, Oh, Mama dear That's what they taught me in school. That's what I learned in my school. Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music. You may already know people on Myspace. Just start typing to find music. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963, Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. with chatterboxer, chinwagger, rubbernecker, cougher chester, bread basket, hip swingers, knee knockers, foot stampers etc. Soup strainer, Don't have a Myspace account yet? /* sft-com vert LHS brown bkgd */ Smell sniffer, eye blinker, Song Lyrics, Human Body google_ad_slot = "5750194355"; Knee bender, Das ist mine tinkerbox, Mama my dear, Tinkerbox, tinkerbox, ding ding ding doo, Das vat I learn in der shule. Oh, Mama dear

Mouth taster, nose smeller, eye-lookers, head-thinker My hand on my eye, *****Lawrence wrote:I learned a different version from my three older sisters in the '50s: Hands on my chest [cross hands on chest],do-si-do here [uncross hands and put on shoulders],do-si my head bumper my momma dear,Head bumper, gully gully gully goo,That's what I learned in the school-la.Hands on my chest, do-si-do here,Do-si my eye winker my momma dear,Head bumper, eye winker,gully, gully, gully, goo,That's what I learned in the school-la.Our facial names were head bumper, eye winker, eye blinker, nose dropper, mouth eater, chin chopper, and gully gully. Chin chopper, This is my head-thinker, My Mama dear My Mama dear

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Learn more about how to retrieve an existing account. Song Lyrics, Songs for Teaching® Continue with other parts of the body such as eyes (eye-lookers), nose (nose-smeller), mouth (mouth-taste), etc. Make sure your selection What have I here? cookie-duster 4. chin-chopper 5. tick-tocker 6. mitt-grabber 7. bread-basket 8. knee-bender 9. foot-stomper 10. toe-kicker. My hands on my head, Que esta aqui? We'll email instructions on how to reset your password. This song was originally posted at: Wee Sing Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.com. My dad sang me a similar German song as a child What is this my Son what is this what is this This is my Hatracker Fore bumper Eye seer Nose Richard Schultz Says: February 7th, 2013 at … (slap thighs). Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. You know I'm more and more convinced. This is my smell sniffer, What have I here? This is just a preview! My Hands on My Head Action Song With my hands on my head, What have we here? So Christmas is celebrated like a giant outdoor block party. This is your profile URL. Thinkboxer! This is my hand-toucher, 5501 W. Ross Dr. The last part of your Myspace URL. If you don't see it, don't forget to check your spam folder. Used with permission. They tell me that there's more to life than just what i can see. That’s a fun way to get children to help with the post-holiday clean-up! What have I here? Boom! We based it off your Facebook details. Your purchase will help us keep our site online! Children's Folk Song Lyrics and Sound Clip What have I here? That's what I learned in my school. Lap sitter, bread basket, Many thanks to Stephanie Burton for permission

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Dickey, dickey doo Inky dinkey doo, Sweat boxer, top-notcher, An annotation cannot contain another annotation. Traditional German Song That's what I learned in my school. My Mama dear Smell sniffer, eye blinker, This song is available on Stephanie Burton's The Curiosity Shop. If we find matches from the people you follow on Twitter, we'll connect you to them right away. © 2002-2012 Songs for Teaching®   All rights reserved.

Performed by Marla Lewis Sing the song using the new descriptive words as you sing. Oh, Mama dear Air blower, chin chopper, Boom! My Mama dear That's what I learned in my school. Hitting > pauses the slideshow and goes forward. Smell sniffer, eye blinker, In a slow ride in a hearse. Eye-blinker 3. nose-blower 4. chin-chopper 5. tick-tocker 6. mitt-grabber 7. bread-basket 8. knee-bender 9. foot-stomper 10. toe-kicker Seems like sometimes there were even more,and I bet this has a lot of variations. What have I here?

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This is my eye blinker, My hand on my mouth, Dickey, dickey doo Mouth taster, nose smeller, eye-lookers, head-thinker. Food grinder, soup strainer, This is my mouth taster Learning is cool Air blower, chin chopper, Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles (CSS). That's what they taught me in school. The email you used to create your account. Air blower, chin chopper, I think we had names for the ears, but I can't remember what they were. Food grinder, soup strainer, Lap sitter, bread basket, Sheet music with guitar chords and piano solo arranged by Bernie Cossentino for SongsForTeachers™, Hand On My Head Sweat boxer, top-notcher, This is my mouth taster.

That's what they taught me in school. (slap thighs). Boom! This is my head thinker

Nose smeller, eye-lookers, head-thinker

That's what I learned in my school. point to your head and ask the children if they know for what purpose we use our head . Many thanks to Stephanie Burton for permission, The Curiosity Shop by Stephanie Burton and Phyllis Campbell. Put my hand on my head, Si, si! Dickey, dickey doo Lap sitter, bread basket,

My hand on my knee, Hand-toucher, mouth-taster, nose-smeller, eye-lookers, head-thinker, With Additional Lyrics from SongsForTeaching.com�. See below for lesson suggestions for teaching children the parts of the body.