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Animals
Submitted by: Billie Bailey, Octavia Fields
Audience
• Infant
Books
Dog by:Matthew Van Fleet
This Texas 2x2 is a delight for the children as well as the adults. It has wagging tails, fluffy and scruffy coats, and a short story about the Dog.
Furry Friends by:Rachael Hale
This boardbook has precious illustrations describing the activities of various "furry" animals.
The language rhymes and helps to keep the children interested.
Songs
Baby Face (Peek-a-boo)
Peek-a-boo
Peek-a-boo
Peek-a-boo I see you
Hello baby, do you see me too?

Peek-a-boo
Peek, peek, peek-a-boo
Now I'll shake hands with you
And say, how do you do?
As we all play peek-a-boo

Peek-a-boo
Peek, peek, peek-a-boo
Now I'll shake hands with you
And say, how do you do?
As we all play peek-a-boo
Peek-a-boo
Yes, Sir, That's My Baby (Clap Hands, Patty Cake)
Clap hands, clap hands
Clap hands baby, now with me
Clap hands, clap hands
Clap hands baby, 1, 2, 3

Patty cake, patty cake
Patty cake then shake, shake, shake, shake
Clap hands, clap hands
Clap hands baby, 1, 2, 3

Patty cake, patty cake
Patty cake then shake, shake, shake, shake
Clap hands, clap hands
Clap hands baby, 1, 2, 3
Baby's Hokey Pokey (Arm and Leg Exercise)
A)
Arms up, arms down, arms up
And wave them all around

Then tickle tickle wiggle giggle
Everyone knows
That's how baby's hokey pokey goes
(Repeat A)

Chorus:
Tickle tickle tickle tickle tickle
Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle
Giggle giggle giggle giggle giggle
That's how baby's hokey pokey goes

B)
Legs up, legs down, legs up
And kick them all around

Then tickle tickle wiggle giggle
Everyonw knows
That's how baby's hokey pokey goes

(Repeat B)
(Repeat Chorus)
Ring-around-the-Rosey
Ring-around-the-rosey
A pocket full of poseys
Ashes, ashes, we all fall down.
Repeat
Grand Old Duke of York
The Grand Old Duke of York
He had ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
And, he marched them down again.
And, when they're up, they're up,
And, when they're down, they're down,
And, when they're only half-way up
They're neither up nor down.
Repeat