Finger Rhymes for Manners: Content-Connected Rhymes for Science, Math, Social Studies, and Technology
Poetry is valuable for stimulating the young child?s brain growth. Combine poetry with fun movements and you have an effective way to actively involve children in learning about manners. What fun your children will have as they learn about saying ?please? and ?thank you,? sharing, technology etiquette, working in groups, table manners, and many other manners-based situations. Each rhyme is filled with movement suggestions to keep your children engaged and active. Plug these cross-curricular rhymes into your daily routine for fun enrichment during gym, science, math, social studies, or language art lessons. They?ll transform your classroom lessons into live action!
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action rhyme Bend head blab blueberries chopsticks in Japan circle clean cloth Curtsy daisy dance eat peas finger on lips fingers or whole fingers towards mouth flatbread floor gentle Give each child handkerchief and spoon hands over eyes head in hands Hold the CD hold the door Jump and hide Lick Look Mice are quiet Move finger back Move hand opening a door pass the ball Pass the Roti pick flowers Pink Place finger Place hands Place head Place the CD Point around room Point to friend Point to head Point to mouth Pretend to eat Pretend to hold Pretend to pick pretend to sleep Pretend to wipe rose Rub tummy Shake head share Show five fingers Show the children Shrug shoulders side to side skip and swirl Smile sneeze spot Spread arms Stand tall teacher Thank thumb Turkish delight Wave hand whole body Wiggle fingers