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wee sing note purpleParent Tip: Understanding our bodies and how they work Song: “Dry Bones” (Wee Sing Silly Songs, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing) “Bones” (Wee Sing and Pretend)
• For a very young child, a parent can point to the child’s bones as they are sung about in the song. During the chorus, both parent and child can pretend to move “loosely” like skeletons.
• Older children can point to the bones of their own bodies as they are mentioned in the song (or, if you have a picture of a real skeleton, have your child point to the various bones as the song is sung). During the chorus, walk “loosely” like a skeleton.
• This is also fun to do around Halloween.
wee sing note greenTeacher Tip: Understanding our bodies and how they work Song: “Dry Bones” (Wee Sing Silly Songs, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing) “Bones” (Wee Sing and Pretend)
• Play the song and have children point to the bones of their own bodies as they are mentioned in the song ( or, if you have a picture of a real skeleton, have the children point to the various bones as the song is sung). During the chorus, have the children walk and dance “loosely” like skeletons.
• This is also fun to do around Halloween.
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