Dr. Jean Sings Silly Songs

The Three Boppin' Bears Rap

Once upon a time in the middle of the woods
Lived the three bears. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!
One was the papa bear, one was the mama bear,
And one was the wee bear. Yeah! Yeah!
They went to take a walk in the big woods.
Along came the girl with the golden curls.
Her name was Goldilocks,
And upon the door she knocked,
But no one was there. Yeah! Yeah!
So she walked right in and
Had herself a bowl of porridge.
She didn't care!
Home, home, home came the three bears.
"Someone's been eating my porridge,"
said the papa bear. Yeah! Yeah!
"Someone's been eating my porridge," said the mama bear. Yeah! Yeah!
"Ba ba ba re bear," said the little wee bear.
"Someone's been eating my soup OOO!"
Just then Goldie woke up AAA!
She broke up the party, and she beat it out of there!
"Good-bye, good-bye, good-bye," said the papa bear.
"Bye, bye, bye," said the mama bear.
"Ba ba ba re bear," said the little wee bear.
So ends the story of the three bears!

Hello Song
(Tune: "Skip to My Lou")

Hello, how are you? (Wave hand.)
Hello, how are you?
Hello, how are you?
How are you this morning?

I am fine, and I hope you are, too.
      (Point to self, then a friend.)
I am fine, and I hope you are, too.
I am fine, and I hope you are, too.
I hope you are, too, this morning.

Turn to your neighbor, and shake their hand.
      (Shake hands.)
Turn to your neighbor, and shake their hand.
Turn to your neighbor, and shake their hand. Shake their hand this morning.

La De Da De Da

Ring, ring, went the little pink phone one day.
(Put index finger in air and twirl around.)
Ring, ring, went the little pink phone.
Ring, ring, went the little pink phone one day,
All it did was ring, ring, ring.

But we all know phones go la de da de da,
      (Extend arms in opposite directions.)
La de da de da, la de da de da.
We all know phones go la de da de da.
They don't go ring, ring, ring.

Chug, chug went the little blue train one day . . .
      (Bend elbows and pretend to chug.)
Glub, glub went the little gold fish one day . . .
      (Move arms in swimming motion.)
Glink, glunk went the little green frog one day . . .
      (Open mouth and stick out tongue.)

Silly Willy

I know a little boy, yeah!
His name is Silly Willy, yeah!
He is so very nice, but,
Oh, he acts so silly.
And so goes his right arm,
      (Begin moving right arm.)
And his right arm goes like so,
And his right arm is always soooo.
And so goes his left arm . . .
      (Move left arm.)
And so go his feet . . .
      (Dance feet as you move arms.)
And so goes his head . . .
      (Move arms, feet, and head.)
And so goes his tongue . . .
      (Stick tongue in an out as you move arms,
            feet, and head.)

Pepperoni Pizza

I like to eat, eat, eat,
Pepperoni pizza.
I like to eat, eat, eat,
Pepperoni pizza.

Sing with the long "A" sound, then "E," "I," "O," and "U."

Activity: Give children paper plates and have
  them color plates to look like pizza. Print
  vowel on each plate. Hold up the letters
  as you sing them in the song.

The Beaver Call
Chorus: F-f-f, f-f-f, f-f-f-f-f-f-f.

Beavers one, beavers all,
Do a little beaver call. (Chorus)
Beavers two, beavers three,
Let's chew up the beaver tree. (Chorus)
Beavers four, beavers five,
Do a little beaver jive. (Chorus)
Beavers six, beavers seven,
Let's fly up to beaver heaven. (Chorus)
Beavers eight, beavers nine,
Do a little Frankenstein. (Chorus)
Beavers ten, beavers ten,
Let's be beavers once again! (Chorus)

Activity: The beaver call is a great way
  to introduce the "f" sound. Show the
  children how to put their front teeth
  over their bottom lip and blow. Have
  them look in the mirror as they
  reproduce the sound. Make a list of
  words that start with the "f" sound.

 

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