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Circle Time Song
(to the tune of "Are You Sleeping?")

Make a circle,
Make a circle,
Big and round,
Big and round.
Come on, everybody.
Come on, everybody.
Let's sit down.
Let's sit down.

I Have to Get My Wiggles Out
(to the tune of "Yankee Doodle Dandy")
I have to get my wiggles out
On this [day] morning.
I'll jump, clap, stomp,
Then jump some more
Before I turn and sit down.

Reach up high and touch the sky.
Turn and face your neighbor.
Both feet in, next both feet out,
Turn, turn, turn, turn, sit down.

Where Is ...
(to the tune of "Are You Sleeping?")

Class: Where is [student's name]?
Where is [student's name]?

Student: Here I am! Here I am

Class: How are you today?

Student: I am fine, thank you.

Everyone: Happy day! Happy day!

The Hello Song
(To the tune of "Skip to My Lou")

Hello, _________! How are you?
Hello, _________! How are you?
Hello, _________! How are you?
We're so glad to see you.

Circle Time Chant

Make a circle all together.
Make a circle all together.
Make a circle all together.
Make a circle NOW!

Stomp your feet all together.
Stomp your feet all together.
Stomp your feet all together.
Stomp your feet NOW!

Jump up and down altogether.
Jump up and down altogether.
Jump up and down altogether.
Jump up and down NOW!

Dance 'round the circle altogether.
Dance 'round the circle altogether.
Dance 'round the circle altogether.
Dance 'round the circle NOW!

Shhh! Be quiet altogether.
Shhh! Be quiet altogether.
Shhh! Be quiet altogether.
Shhh! Be quiet. NOW!

Let's sit down altogether.
Let's sit down altogether.
Let's sit down altogether.
Let's sit down NOW!

Our School Day
(to the tune of "Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush")

First it's time to do our work,
Do our work, do our work.
First it's time to do our work,
On this school day morning.

We read and write and practice math,
Practice math, practice math.
We read and write and practice math
On this school day morning.

We may have art or music class,
Computer time, or P.E. class.
Maybe we'll visit the library
On this school day morning.

We'll take a break and eat some lunch,
Eat some lunch, eat some lunch.
We'll take a break and eat some lunch
In the middle of our day.

We'll play with our friends before we go,
Before we go, before we go.
We'll play with our friends before we go
Home at the close of our day.

We Learn
(to the tune of "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean")

In our class we learn many things.
We work and we learn every day.
We study math, music, and reading,
Science and history, too.

We learn, we learn,
We learn so many things -- we do!
We learn, we learn,
Through working and playing, too.

My School is So Grand
(to the tune of "My Grandfather's Clock")

My school is so grand, and my new class so great ...
I really like my teacher this year.
I'm making new friends -- everyone is first rate!
We listen, work and play, give a cheer.

We're learning how to read, and we're learning how to add,
We are learning how to write and to spell.
But we take time to sing and dance and play
Each and every day.
We take some time just to have fun every day.


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