• Days of the Week Song
    Tune: "Happy Days"
     
    Sunday, Monday, Happy Days
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Happy Days
    Thursday, Friday, Happy Days
    Saturday,
    What a day!
    Groovin' all week with you!
    These days are AHHHHH,
    HAPPY DAYS!
     
    Months of the Year Song
     
    January, February, March and April,
    May, June, July and August,
    September, October, November, December,
    12 Months in a Year,
    Yeah!
     
    Rags
    I

    I’ve got a dog and his name is Rags
    He eats so much that his tummy sags
    His ears flip, flop & his tail wig wags
    And when he walks, he goes zig zag.

    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    I love Rags, and he loves me.

    My dog Rags, he loves to play
    He rolls around in the mud all day
    I call him (whistle), he doesn't obey
    He always runs the other way.

    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    He goes flip flop, wig wag, zig zag.
    I love Rags, and he loves me.
     
    Pizza Hut
    A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut
    Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut
    McDonald's, McDonald's
    Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut
    A Taco Bell, A Taco Bell
    Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Taco Bell
    McDonald's, McDonald's
    Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Taco Bell
     
    Actions
    Pizza Hut - Make shape of a hut in the air
    Kentucky Fried- Flap elbows up and down in the manner of a demented chicken
    McDonalds - Put hands on top of head and bridge out and down to produce the "Golden Arches"
    Taco Bell--Put hands up over head and shake head back and forth

     

    Our Song for "The"
    (sung to the tune of "Three Blind Mice")
     
    T-H-E spells the.
    T-H-E spells the.
     
    the the the the the
    the the the the the
     
    the the the the the the the the
    the the the the the the the the
     
    T-H-E spells the.
    T-H-E spells the.
     

    Our song for am

    (tune: This Old Man)

     

    a-m, am

    a-m, am

    a-m, a-m, that spells am

    with an a and a m

    say it again

    a-m, a-m, that spells am

     

     

    Our song for went

    (tune: Are you sleeping?)

     

    w-e-n-t, w-e-n-t

    that spells went

    went, went, went

    clap your hands together,

    c’mon do it better,

    went, went, went

    went, went, went!

     

    Our Song for "You"

    (sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells")

     

    You, you, you

    You, you, you

    Y-O-U spells You!

    You and me

      Together we’ll be

    Y-O-U spells You!

      

     Our Song for "Can" and "Big"

    (sung to the tune of "Are You Sleeping")

     

    I can spell can (big),

    I can spell can (big),

    C-A-N (B-I-G)

    C-A-N (B-I-G)

    I can write the letters

    Always getting better,

    C-A-N (B-I-G),

    C-A-N (B-I-G)!
     
    Our song for "This"
    (sung to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus")
    T-H-I-S spells this, this, this
    this, this, this
    this, this, this
     
    T-H-I-S spells this, this, this
    Let's blow a kiss to This!
    Moi!
     
    Our song for to and is
     (remember T.O. on the Eagles?)--Raise hands above head and sing....
    T-O, T-O, T-O, T-O,
    T-O, T-O
    (repeat song 2x)
     
    Same as above for "is"
     
     
    Our song for "for"
    Same as song for "you" above
     
     

     

    Our Song for "Said"

    (sung to the theme of “YMCA”)

     

    Said is spelled, S-A-I-D

    Said is spelled, S-A-I-D

    If you really use your head,

    You can learn to spell said!

    C’mon and spell it,

    S-A-I-D!

     

      

     

    Our Song for “With”

    (sung to the tune of “Old MacDonald”)

     

    Old MacDonald called his dog, W-I-T-H,

    And that old dog knew just one word, W-I-T-H!

    With a “with, with” here and a “with, with” there,

    Here a “with,” there a “with”

    Everywhere a “with, with.”
     
    Our songs for "on," in" and "up"
    (Sung to the tune of "Who let the dogs out?")
    How do you spell on?
    O, n, o, n!
    (repeat)
    Same as above, replace with up.

     

     

    Our Song for “see”

    (sung to the This Old Man tune)

    S-E-E, S-E-E

    S-E-E, that spells see.

    With an s and an e and another e,

    S-E-E, that spells see!
     
    Our song for "me"
    (to the Pink Panther tune)

     
    m-e, m-e,
    m-e, m-e, m-e, m-e, m-e (hold e)
    spells me!
    (repeat again)
     
    Our song for "all"
    (Sung to Take me out to the ball game)
     
    A-L-L spells the ball of "all,"
    A-L-L, A-L-L
     
    all all all all all all all all all
    A-L-L spells the ball of all
     
    So let's ALL cheer for A-L-L
    For A-L-L spells all.
     
    It is A-L-L that spells all
    A-L-L!
     
    Our song for "are."
    (sung to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star)
     
    Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,
    I can spell the "star of are."
    A-R-E, A-R-E,
    A-R-E, A-R-E
    Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,
    I can spell the "star of are."
     
     
    Good-bye Song
    (to the tune of "She'll be Coming Around the Mountain)
    It is time to say good-bye to all our friends,
    it is time to say good-bye to all our friends,
    It is time to say good-bye,
    Give a smile and wink my eye,
    It is time to say good-bye to all our friends!
     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     
     
Last Modified on May 24, 2016