Ham and Eggs
A+B Ham and eggs, ham and eggs
A I like mine fried nice and brown.
B I like mine fried upside down.
A+B Ham and eggs, ham and eggs,
A Flip'em Flop'em
B Flip'em Flop'em
A+B Ham and eggs.

(Group should be split into two groups, A and B. They should yell each line.)

 

Hanky Panky
Down by the banks of the Hanky- Panky
Where the bull-frogs jump from bank to banky
With an eep- ap- op- up
He leaps off a lily with a kerplunk

 

Head Shoulders Bump
Head shoulders baby 1, 2, 3
Head shoulders baby 1, 2, 3
Head shoulders,
Head shoulders,
Head shoulders baby 1, 2, 3

 

Shoulders waist
Waist knees
Knees ankles
Ankles toes
That's your body
That's your partner

 

(Have everybody get a partner. When you say each body part, touch the head, shoulders, etc. On the 1, 2, 3s, clap you hands and bump your partner. On That's your body, turn around in a circle. On That's your partner, lock elbows and dance in a circle. Good for morning programs.)

 

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,
Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,
Eyes and ears and mouth and nose,
Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

(Touch each body part when mentioned)

 

Hello! Hello!
Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello!
We are glad to meet you,
We are glad to greet you,
Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello!

 

Hermy the Worm
Sitting on my back porch,
Chewing my bubblegum (chewing sound four times)
Playing with my yo-yo, doo-wop, doo-wop

    (pretend like playing with yo-yo)
When along came Hermy the worm,
And he was this big (each time spread hands out a little bigger)
And I said, "Hermy, what happened?"
He said, "I swallowed a mouse."

 

cat
dog
cow
horse
last time: hands close together, ‘He said, "I burped."'

 

He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
He's got the whole world in his hands
He's got the whole world in his hands
He's got the whole world in his hands
He's got the whole world in his hands

 

Darling Daisies
Bouncing Brownies
Jumping Juniors
Crazy Cadettes
Silly Seniors
Loveable Leaders

 

(Have each group present stand up when their level is sung)

 

Hole in the Bucket
1A There's a hole in the bucket dear Liza, dear Liza
     There's a hole in the bucket dear Liza, a hole.
1B So fix it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     So fix it dear Henry, dear Henry so fix it.
2A With what shall I fix it dear Liza, dear Liza
     With what shall I fix it dear Liza, with what?
2B With a straw dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     With a straw dear Henry, dear Henry with a straw
3A The straw is too long dear Liza, dear Liza
     The straw is too long dear Liza, too long.
3B So cut it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     So cut it dear Henry, dear Henry so cut it
4A With what shall I cut it dear Liza, dear Liza
     With what shall I cut it dear Liza, with what?
4B With a knife dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     With a knife dear Henry, dear Henry with a knife
5A The knife is to dull dear Liza, dear Liza
     The knife is to dull dear Liza, too dull.
5B So sharpen it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     So sharpen it dear Henry, dear Henry so sharpen it
6A With what shall I sharpen it dear Liza, dear Liza
     With what shall I sharpen it dear Liza, with what?
6B With a whetstone dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry,
     With a whetstone dear Henry, dear Henry with a whetstone
7A The stone is too dry dear Liza, dear Liza
     The stone is too dry dear Liza, too dry.
7B So wet it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry
     So wet it dear Henry, dear Henry so wet it
8A With what shall I wet it dear Liza, dear Liza
     With what shall I wet it dear Liza, with what?
8B With water dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry
     With water dear Henry, dear Henry with water
9A In what shall I fetch it dear Liza, dear Liza
     In what shall I fetch it dear Liza, in what?
9B In a bucket dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry
     In a bucket dear Henry, dear Henry in a bucket
10A There's a hole in the bucket!

 

Home on the Range
O give me a home, where the buffalo roam,
Where the deer and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word,
And the skies are not cloudy all day.

 

Home, home on the range,
Where the deer and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word,
And the skies are not cloudy all day.

 

Horsey, Horsey
Horsey, horsey on your way,
We've been together for many a day.
So let your tail go swish, and your wheels go round,
Giddy up we're homeward bound.

I like to take a horse and buggy,
I like to travel through the town.
I like to hear old Dobber's clip clops,
I like to see those wheels go round.