Wheels on the bus to reinforce family vocabulary

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Teach this different version of The wheels on the bus song for your Pre-Schoolers when you want to reinforce family vocabulary.

Make them line up as they were on a bus and walk around in the classroom singing the song and pretending they are the children on the bus wriggling, the mummies on the bus saying and gesturing "Don't do that!", the daddies reading their newspaper and the babies crying. It is a nice start or finish of a lesson.

Wheels on the bus

The children on the bus go:

Wriggle, wriggle, wriggle,

Wriggle, wriggle, wriggle,

The children on the bus go

Wriggle, wriggle, wriggle,

All day long.

The mummies on the bus go:

Don't do that!

Don't do that!

Don't do that!

The mummies on the bus go:

Don't do that!

All day long

The daddies on the bus go:

Read, read, read

Read, read, read

Read, read, read

The daddies on the bus go:

Read, read, read

All day long

The babies on the bus go:

Wah-wah-wah,

Wah-wah-wah,

Wah-wah-wah,

The babies on the bus go:

Wah-wah-wah,

All day long

Last modified on Friday, 09 June 2017 10:38
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