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wee sing note purpleParent Tip: Rhyming fun Song: “Down by the Bay” (Wee Sing Silly Songs, Wee Sing in the Car, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• After learning the song, you and your child can continue by making up your own verses. For example:
    Did you ever see a frog walking a dog?
    Did you ever see a hog sitting on a log?
    Did you ever see a mouse painting a house?
    Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat?...

• This rhyming exercise helps pass the time while riding in the car.
• Have your child draw some of the verses you made up.

wee sing note greenTeacher Tip: Rhyming fun Song: “Down by the Bay” (Wee Sing Silly Songs, Wee Sing in the Car, Wee Sing The Best of Wee Sing)
• After learning the song, continue by having the children make up additional verses. For example:
    Did you ever see a frog walking a dog?
    Did you ever see a hog sitting on a log?
    Did you ever see a mouse painting a house?
    Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat?...

• Children’s imaginations are wonderful and it’s fun to see how many different verses they can create.
• Turn this exercise into an art project and have children draw and color their favorite verse. Hang them in the front of the room and sing the song using the verses that have been illustrated.

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