1/2 Grade 3/4 Grade Kindergarten

Dr. Seuss Week Day 5! The Party’s Parting

As we say Good bye to Dr. Seuss week, here is one of his more sentimental songs called, “The Party’s Parting.”
Thanks for sharing these with your family, it’s been fun for me to learn them for you!

The Party’s Parting
Time goes past. Time goes fast.
Comes a time in every party
when the party parts.
Good time ends. Good night good friends.
Good night to all your warm and foolish hearts.

So Rumble, rumble, rumble home now.
Rumble, rumble, rumble home.
Rumble, stumble, stumble home now,
in your rumble, stumble carts.

Bless your souls.
Don’t fall in any holes.
This party’s only parted
till the next one starts!

1/2 Grade 3/4 Grade Kindergarten

Dr. Seuss Week Day 4! Drummers Drumming

Here is another crazy Dr. Seuss song called “Drummers Drumming,” see if you can figure out why it’s called that.

AND this is a round, so grab some buddies and sing it together!

Rap, tap, tap, tap!
Rap, tap, tap, tap!
Rattle, tattle, rattle, rattle,
need a little rattle, tattle,
Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom!
need a little Boom Boom!
Rattle, tattle, tap, tap,
Boom! Boom Boom!

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Dr. Seuss Week Day 3! My Uncle Terwilliger Waltzes with Bears!

Day 3 of Dr. Seuss Week-

Today we’re celebrating “Horton Hears a Who,” SO many folks are looking comfy in our PJs… a few of us chose to dress in a “Unique Way,” OVERALL WE LOOK FABULOUS TODAY AT FOLSOM!

Here is another of Dr. Seuss’ wacky songs, “My Uncle Terwilliger Waltzes with Bears!”
You should find that the lyrics have come home with your child today.

My Uncle Terwilliger waltzes with bears
it’s a terrible, terrible state of affairs,
Every Saturday night, he creeps down our back stairs,
sneaks out of our house to go waltzing with bears!

Wa-wa-wa, wa-wa-wa, waltzing with bears,
with polar bears, honey bears, griz-zi-lies too!
And there’s nothing at all that our fam’ly can do,
to stop! My Uncle from wa-wa-wa waltzing,
To stop him from wa-wa-wa, waltzing with bears!

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Dr. Seuss Week Day 1 and 2!

Happy Dr. Seuss Week Folsom Families!

Did you know Dr. Seuss wrote many crazy songs? There’s a great book of them called, “The Cat in the Hat Song Book.” I will record one each day and put them up on our youtube channel this week for your enjoyment at home, I’ll also send lyrics home with your kiddos!
Here are videos for Monday and Tuesday.

First is the “No Laugh Race,” stand face to face with a partner and see who can make it through the song without laughing!

Now the no laugh race is about to start,
Stand face to face three inches apart,
Just stand there and stare and stare,
Nobody laugh now don’t you dare!
Wiggle your ears, wiggle your nose,
Wearing eyebrows? Wiggle those,
But if anyone giggles out he goes!
The laugher is the loser, out he goes!
Somebody laughed so somebody’s out,
Who dared laugh will please drop out!
(Repeat as many times as necessary)
(Last time) Now we’re down to the last sad face-
He’s the winner of the no laugh race!

Next is the “Super-Supper March!” Good luck getting all those words in there…

Hungry, hungry I am hungry. Table, table here I come.
I could eat a goose-moose burgerrrrr,
Fifteen pickles and a purple plum!
I could eat three bowls of goolash, half a pound of wuzzled wheat.
I could eat a peck of pooberrrrs,
Then I’d really get to work and eat!
Oysters, noodles, strawberry stroodles,
French fries, fish hash, one red beet.
Lamb chops, wham chops, huckleberry mish mash,
Oh the things that I could eat!
Donuts, dumplings, blueberry bumplings,
Choc’late mush-mush, super sweet.
Clam stew, ham stew, water-melon wush wush,
Oh the stuff that I could eat!
Deep dish rhubarb upside down cake
I could eat a frittered flum.
Hungry, hungry, I am starviiiing!
Table, table, table HERE I COME!