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TEACHER: One, two, three, eyes on me (while
RESPONSE: One, two, eyes on YOU!!
TEACHER: Zip, zip, zip your lips,
And put your body just like this!! (teacher
then like a soldier, one quick motion claps arms to
the sid and his/her body in a straight single file
line, pointing toes to the door) Then kids repeat.
--- Litesal <litesal> wrote:
> . Many of the
> > elementary teachers I see at the museum use a
> clapping rhythm and rhyme.
> > kids then answer back with the same rhyme and
> clapping. I can't think of
> > off the top of my head.
> Here is one example:
> "One - two - three (while clapping), Look at me (all
> in the same note)"
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