Head and shoulders knees and toes
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes by Kubler, Annie by Annie KublerThis picture book is a dual language book in Albanian and English, there are other languages available too. This picture book is ideal for nursery, particularly if there are EAL children in the class. It is a colourful picture book, which clearly points to each part of the body for the song head, shoulders, knees and toes. A great book to introduce to the class before learning the song Head, shoulders,knees and toes. The illustrations are of young children and toys (teddy, bunny) pointing to each body part.
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Head, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes
You'll find the literal translation below the song Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes, Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes, Eyes, and ears and mouth and nose, Head, shoulders, knees and toes, Knees and toes. Literal English Translation My head, my shoulder, my knee, my ankle, My knee, my ankle, My knee, my ankle, My head, my shoulder, my knee, my ankle, My eye, my nose, my ear, my mouth. Over 50 songs and rhymes, in Hungarian with translations into English. Help keep Mama Lisa's World online! Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English.
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Singing songs with a baby is a great way to encourage their early communication. Moving to music together helps children link their actions to other people's. Learning music supports development of mathematical thinking which can help them prepare for education. This song can help with their gross motor skills as they are using their different parts of their body to do the actions. It can help them with their balance, coordination and muscle development. You may find that this song develop your child's listening skills as there are parts of the body to remember.
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. For example:. This pattern continues until all the words are omitted.
One year the young women in my ward participated in an interesting experiment related to dressing modestly. Sister Jensen, her Laurel adviser, had taken each girl in the class shopping to learn a modesty lesson. When they arrived at the store, Sister Jensen asked Anna to pick out three outfits. Be prepared to have your eyes opened. When she walked out, Sister Jensen motioned her to the mirrors. Sister Jensen laughed and shook her head.