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wee sing note purpleParent Tip: A good way for a child to learn how to spell his/her own name Song: "Bingo" (Wee Sing Children's Songs and Fingerplays, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• Substitute mommy or daddy for "farmer." Substitute boy or girl for "dog."
• Instead of "Bingo," substitute your child's name and spell it in rhythm. Any amount of letters can fit into this four-beat rhythmic pattern.
    There was a mommy had a boy
    And Cameron was his name-o.
    CA-ME-RO-N,
    CA-ME-RO-N,
    CA-ME-RO-N,
    And Cameron was his name-o.
wee sing note greenTeacher Tip: Letter recognition and spelling using the names of children in the class Song: "Bingo" (Wee Sing Children's Songs and Fingerplays, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• Ask a child what his/her favorite animal is. Substitute that animal for the word "dog" in the song.
• Instead of "Bingo," substitute the child's name and spell it in rhythm. Any amount of letters can fit into this four-beat rhythmic pattern.
    There was a farmer had a horse
    And Jennifer was its name-o.
    JE-NN-IF-ER,
    JE-NN-IF-ER,
    JE-NN-IF-ER,
    And Jennifer was its name-o.
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