Music

Kindergarten

First Grade

The Bear Snores On

The Bear Snores on (Story)

 

Badgers

 

BADGERS

Badgers burrow in their holes,

We are not skunks, we are not moles.

Expert diggers in the ground,

But you may not want us around!


Dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, scratch, scratch, scratch,

Dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, down the hatch,

Dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, munch, munch, munch,

Dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, dig-ga, lunch, lunch, lunch!

Brown Bear

BROWN BEAR

Brown Bear, oh, Brown Bear is sleeping in a cave.

Brown Bear, oh, Brown Bear is sleeping in a cave.
 

Please be very quiet, very, very quiet.

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad! Oh,

Please be very quiet, very, very quiet.

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad!


Shh!  Shh!  Shh, shh, shh!


Brown Bear, oh, Brown Bear is sleeping in a cave.

Brown Bear, oh, Brown Bear is sleeping in a cave.

 
Please be very quiet, very, very quiet.

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad! Oh,

Please be very quiet, very, very quiet.

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad!

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad!

If you wake him, if you shake him, he gets very mad!

Bear Wakes Up

 

Friendship

 

Hip Hop Squirrel

HIP HOP SQUIRREL

Move to the front, move to the back,

Shimmy to the side then move on back,

We’re the hip hop squirrels,

Hip hop squirrels!


Ei-del dum, ei-del dum, ei-del dum dee,

We’re the happy squirrels as cool as can be!

Ei-del dum, ei-del dum, can you move like me?

Can you move like me?

Can you move like me?

Yeah!

Hop A Long

HOP ALONG, MR. BUNNY

Hop along, Mr. Bunny,

Hop along, Mr. Bunny,

The day is sunny and I feel so funny,

Hop along, Mr. Bunny!


Wiggle your ears, then bunny hop!

Wiggle your tail, then bunny hop!

Shake it to the east and

Shake it to the west,

Turn around and then you stop!


Hop along, Mr. Bunny,

Hop along, Mr. Bunny,

The day is sunny and I feel so funny,

Hop along, Mr. Bunny!

Little Wren

LITTLE WREN

 Little wren, little wren, over meadows you fly,

Little wren, little wren, see the world passing by,

Little wren, little wren will you sing me a song,

Little wren, little wren, take me along!

 
Little wren, little wren, over meadows you fly,

Little wren, little wren, see the world passing by,

Little wren, little wren, may your song never end,

Little wren, little wren, you’re a special friend!

 

Mice

MICE

We think mice are rather nice!

We think mice are rather nice!


Our tails are long our faces small,

We haven’t any chins at all,

Our ears are pink, our teeth are white,

We run about the house at night.


We think mice are rather nice!

We think mice are rather nice!


Our tails are long our faces small,

We haven’t any chins at all,

We nibble things that we should not touch,

And no one seems to like us much!


We think mice are rather nice!

We think mice are rather nice!

Thanksgiving Feast Song Celebration!

Over the River

Over the River

Over the river and through the woods, (Hand over eyes)
To grandmother's house we go; (Hands out to sides)
The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh, (Holding reins/lightly bounce)
through the white and drifted snow! (wiggle fingers)

Over the river and through the woods, (Hand over eyes)
Oh, how the wind does blow! (cross arms to chest)
It stings (snap) the toes and bites (pat legs) the nose,
As over the ground we go (Pat legs)

 

Five Fat Turkeys

Five Fat Turkeys

Five Fat turkeys are we! (Arms rounded in front)
We slept all night in a tree (Head rests on hands/tilted to side)
When the cook came around (Hand over eyes as if looking for the cook; moving R to L)
So that’s why we’re here indeed (Arms extended out to sides)

 

Say, "Thank You"

Say, “Thank You”

Say, “Thank you” (Fingers start on chin and move down then upwards towards audience)
For the fields of grain (hands in front (palms to self) slowly wiggling fingers
Say, “Thank you” (Fingers start at chin and move down then upwards towards audience)
For the falling rain (hands reach above head and fingers slowly cascade down to side)
Say, “Thank you” (Fingers start at chin and move down then upwards towards audience)
For the chance to live in (hands move up in front of self; palms facing body)
Peace and harmony (hands clasp together; turning slowly; end with hands moving back to sides)

 

I Heard Mister Turkey Say

I Heard Mister Turkey Say

I heard Mister Turkey say, (R hand cups ear)
“Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!” (Hands in front; fingers touch thumbs 3x like a bird’s beak opening)
Soon it will be Thanksgiving Day (Point to watch on wrist)
“Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!” (Hands in front; fingers touch thumbs 3x like a bird’s beak opening)
People say that’s (R hand out to side)
Its great fun (L hand out to side)
But I think that I shall run! (Arms move at sides as if running)
And hide until the day is done (Lower head down with hands on head as if hiding)
“Gobble, Gobble, Gobble!” (Hands in front; fingers touch thumbs 3x like a bird’s beak opening)

 

Let's Give Thanks

Let’s Give Thanks!

Let’s give thanks (Cross arms to chest; arms extend out on “thanks)
Let’s give thanks (same)
Let’s give thanks for all our food
(Cross hands to chest/ slowly rock side to side)
Creatures all great (one hand above head; the other down in front to show tall animals)
and small (Hands move closer together)
Let’s give thanks for one and all! (Hands fan upwards; then slowly down to sides)

 

Second Grade

The Great Blueness

Third Grade

Fourth Grade