Head, Shoulders, Knees, And Toes by Mike Wohnoutka1. Awards Received: None
2. Appropriate grade levels: Pre k
3. Original summary: Animal friends sing along and follow directions using their Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes song. The whimsical characters motor movement paired with song introduces children to rhyme-rtythm.
4. Original review: Author and illustrator developed a fun book activity-song book to introduce children to the sound of rhyme in language. I liked the colorful pictures, whimsical animals and simplicity of songs. This is a great book for young readers and ENL students who can follow visuals to imitate song/movements.
5. In class uses: Sing, “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” with the children . While you sing it touch the corresponding body part. With practice the child will be able to sing it and follow along with you independently. This will encourage large motor skill for the child.
Head Shoulders Knees And Toes
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“Head, shoulders, knees, and toes” Lyrics
If this song really means something special to you, describe your feelings and thoughts. Don't hesitate to explain what songwriters and singer wanted to say. Also we collected some tips and tricks for you:. Post my meaning Write my explanation new To explain lyrics, select line or word and click "Explain". OK, got it! Well, you knock, knock, knock and I say, "Come in. Slap your heels and you slap your knees.
The song has been documented as early as the s,  and is often sung to the tune of " There Is a Tavern in the Town " or " London Bridge is Falling Down ". There is generally only one verse with lyrics similar to those below. The second line repeats the first line both in words and in melody, the third line has a rising tone, and the fourth line repeats the first two. Children might dance while they sing the song and touch their head, shoulders, knees, and toes in sequence while singing each word. Each verse is repeated, with one word being omitted each time, just touching their body parts, without actually saying the word.
All lyrics and music are property of their respective owners and are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Head and Shoulders is a great song to teach children about body parts. That's way it is often used at schoools and kindergardens. This is a fun, easy dance and song for young kids. Simply listen to the song and touch the body part you hear in the song. Generally the song is sung using just the one verse but variations to the main verse can be added just by using different parts of the body. Head and Shoulders is very popular all around the world.