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«India The cuckoo calls, coo, coo, coo, Don’t touch the mangoes any of you, For I am the mango queen you see, Eating mangoes is for me. Through the ...»

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Multicultural Rhymes

Aruba (Caribbean)

Monkey see, monkey do,

Monkey get in trouble too.

India

The cuckoo calls, coo, coo, coo,

Don’t touch the mangoes any of you,

For I am the mango queen you see,

Eating mangoes is for me.

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Through the jungle the elephant goes,

Swaying his trunk to and fro,

Munching, crunching, tearing trees,

Stamping seeds, eating leaves.

His eyes are small, his feet are fat,

Hey elephant don’t behave like that.

Trinidad & Tobago (Caribbean) One, two, three, four, Johnny hiding behind the door, Four, five, six, Mammy catch him and stop his tricks.

------------ Mosquito one, Mosquito two, Mosquito jump in the old man’s shoe;

De ole man cry, De ole man cry, De ole man cry like a little chile.

------------ Me donkey walk, Me donkey talk, Me donkey eat with a knife and fork;

© Copyright 2006 Toronto Public Library – http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/ 2016 Page 1 of 15 Tingalayo!

Come, little donkey, come!

Tingalayo!

Come, little donkey, come!

------------ Ole Grandpa Jake, Changed into a snake, He bit he own tail, An’ started to wail.

------------ Little Sally Walker Sitting in a saucer Weeping and crying for someone to love her.

Rise, Sally, rise!

Wipe you weepin’ eyes Put your hands on your hips Let your back bone slip Aww shake it to the east Aww shake it to the west Aww shake it to the one you love the best.

------------ What are we gonna do with the baby-o?

What are we gonna do with the baby-o?

What are we gonna do with the baby-o?

Whoop him up and let him go.

Prettiest little baby in the country-o Mammy and pappy both say it’s so.

What are we gonna do with the baby-o?

Send him off to sleepy-o.

------------ Hush little baby, don’t say a word, Papa’s gonna buy you a mocking-bird.

And if that mocking-bird don’t sing, Papa’s gonna buy you a diamond ring.

If that diamond ring truns to brass, © Copyright 2006 Toronto Public Library – http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/ 2016 Page 2 of 15 Papa’s gonna buy you a looking glass.

If that looking glass gets broke, Papa’s gonna buy you a billy goat.

And if that billy goat falls down, You’ll still be the sweetest little baby in town.

[Rhymes above taken from The Kiskadee Queen: A Collection of Black Nursery Verse, edited by Faustin Charles.] [Rhymes below taken from Bounce Me, Tickle Me, Hug Me: Lap Rhymes and Play Rhymes from Around the World, edited by Sandra Carpenter-Davis.] Bulgarian Bouncy, bouncy, horsey Of a willow branch; (Bounce child on your knees) Pussycat saw it and…jumped! (Lift child up) Brown bear saw it and…hid! (Cover child’s eyes) Red fox saw it and ran… (Run fingers up child’s arm) Away! (Wave goodbye) Jamaica (Caribbean) Mosquito one, mosquito two, (Twirl index finger of right hand, then of left hand) Mosquito jump in a hot callaloo. (One finger flies and tickles child’s belly) Light the lamp, (Cover then uncover child’s eyes with your hands) Mosquito come (Twirl index finger of right hand) Pinch him bottom, (Gently pinch child’s bottom) Out the lamp. (Cover eyes again) Mosquito one, mosquito two, (Twirl index finger of right hand, then of left hand) Mosquito jump in the ole’ man shoe. (Pat bottom of child’s foot) Babby canna’ walk, (Rock child from side to side) Baby canna’ talk, (Rock child from side to side) Baby cann’ eat (Rock child from side to side) With a knife and fork.

-----------Bouncing and clapping rhyme) Mamma buy bread, give baby none.

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St. Vincent (Caribbean) (Bounce child on your knees) Poor Henreetta gone to town;

She have nothing to eat.

Poor Henreetta gone to town;

She have nothing to eat.

Piece a’ plantain, (Hold up one hand and shake it) Piece a’ okra (Hold up other hand and shake it) Knock upon a neighbour’s door. (Knock on child’s forehead) Piece a’ plantain, (Hold up one hand and shake it) Piece a’ okra (Hold up other hand and shake it) Knock upon a neighbour’s door. (Knock on child’s forehead) Chinese One little bug way over here, (Hold up right hand, thumb and fingertips together) One little bug way over there, (Hold up left hand, thumb and fingertips together) They see each other, fly and fly (Bring fingertips of both hands together) Hello! Hello! (Rotate hands while touching fingertips) Goodbye! Goodbye! (Wave goodbye with fingers) They fly away, one here, one there. (Flutter fingers back to original positions)

-----------Bounce child on your knees) Little monkey in a tree Looks so hungry – Chee, chee, chee! (Tickle child under the arms) Maybe he’ll jump down to me?

No he can’t, Chee, chee, chee! (Tickle child under the arms) Toss him a banana – whee!

Back it comes, Chee, chee, chee! (Tickle child under the arms)

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French Little chicken on the wall, (Hold left hand flat and palm down) Pecking at the corn and all, Pecking here, pecking there, (With right hand fingers do pecking motions on back of left hand) Flap your wings, (Make flapping motions with hands) Fly through the air. (Flutter hand away)

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German This one’s the thumb, (Wiggle child’s thumb) This one shakes the plums, (Wiggle index finger) This one picks them up, (Wiggle middle finger) This one takes them home, (Wiggle ring finger) And little Wuzi Wuzi (Wiggle little finger) Eats them all up! (run your fingers up child’s arm and end with a tickle)

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Greek Here goes the rabbit, hoppity hop, (Hop your hand up child’s arm) To drink some water, sippity, sip. (Hop your hand up child’s arm) Where will she find it?

No, not here… (A little tickle under child’s arm) She’ll find some under baby’s ear! (Tickle under child’s ear)

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Sleep, small baby, sleep, (Rock child gently) You’ve had butter and bread and sugar to eat. (Put up 1, then 2, then 3 fingers) The butter, the bread, the sugar are gone, (Bring fingers down one at a time) And my baby has gone to sleep. (Rock child gently) Hungarian (Bounce child on your knees) Caw, caw, jackdaw, Blind little crow, My old friend needs her cart But the cart can’t go.

The hens are sitting on it And they say, “No!” (Stop bouncing on “No!”) But we’ll chase them away – Shoo, shoo, shoo! (Hold hands out flat and quickly cross one hand over the other repeatedly)

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-----------Thitch-thatch, Hemp thatch, If it get wet We throw it away – Whoops!

(Pick up and swing child or rock child in your arms or lap. At “Whoops!” lower child to the ground or drop child gently between your knees)

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This is the way me father

Taught me how to play the fiddle:

Here and there and everywhere, Especially in the middle!

(Hold child’s arm outstretched as the fiddle. Use the side of your hand as a bow, and move it back and forth. On the word ‘middle’, gently chop or tickle arm)

-----------Poor wee me, when I was wee (Bounce child on your knees) I used to sit on my mammy’s knee. (Bounce child on your knees) Her apron tore and I fell through. (Open knees. Let child fall through gently.) Poor wee me, when I was wee! (Hug child) Italian Clap, clap, clap your hands, (Clap child’s hands) Daddy will soon be here (Bounce child on your knees) With chocolates in his pockets (Pretend to search child’s pockets) To be eaten by (Child’s name) dear. (Tickle tummy)

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Japanese Two, two, what are two?

Eyes are two – one, two. (Touch under baby’s eyes) Ears are two – one, two. (Touch each ear) Two, two, what are two?

Hands are two – one, two. (Touch each hand) Feet are two – one, two. (Touch each foot) Two, two, what else is two?

You know, you know, Mother’s breasts are two. (Cuddle baby to you)

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Peck, peck, peck, goes the little red hen; (Peck in child’s hand with your index finger) Step, step, step, go her feet. (Walk fingers up on child’s arm) In her nest is an egg for (Child’s name), (Tickle under child’s arm) An egg for (Child’s name) to eat! (Touch child’s mouth)

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-----------Here’s the hen, now isn’t she grand! (Tap finger on child’s palm) An egg she’s laid on baby’s hand. (Trace circle in child’s palm) Cook it up. (Run fingers up to child’s mouth) Chew it down. (Run fingers down to belly) Chickens running, round and round. (Run fingers round and round on child’s belly) Buck, buck, buck… (Peck with fingers on child’s belly while making clucking sound)

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Punjabi (Pakistan) Ride the horsey, (Child faces you on lap. Hold child’s hands and rock back and forth) Gee up! (Lift knees and stop) And eat some sweet rice pudding. (Lower knees and touch child’s mouth) Ride the horsey, (Child faces you on lap. Hold child’s hands and rock back and forth) Gee up! (Lift knees and stop) And eat some sweet rice pudding. (Lower knees and touch child’s mouth) See the house? See the house? (Cover child’s eyes with your hands) It’s grandma’s! (Point to the distance)

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Clap, clap, clap your hands, (Clap child’s hands) The scarf is made of silk; (Tickle around child’s neck) And in the scarf is something sweet. (Pretend to hide something in your cupped hands) If you find it… (Open your hands slowly) It’s yours to eat. (And touch child’s mouth with your hands) Spanish (Argentina) This little pig went to market, (Wiggle child’s little finger) This little pig bought an egg, (Wiggle ring finger) This little pig cooked it, (Wiggle middle finger) This little pig peeled it, (Wiggle index finger) This little rascal ran to the house and ate it (Wiggle thumb and run all you fingers up child’s arm) And all the others went after him and…tickle, tickle, tickle! (And tickle under arm)

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Tamil We’re hungry! What will we eat?

We have some rice, (Wiggle child’s little finger) We have some dahl, (Wiggle child’s ring finger) We have some potatoes, (Wiggle child’s middle finger) We have some yogurt, (Wiggle child’s index finger) We have some soup (Wiggle child’s thumb) So… Stir the pot, kir-a-ka-da, Kir-a-ka-da, kir-a-ka-da, Kir-a-ka-da. (Move bent elbow round and round in the palm of your opposite hand) So… This is for Papa.

This is for Mama.

This is for brother.

This is for sister, And this is for you! (Pretend to feed imaginary family from your hand) So… The pot is empty;

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Ukrainian Peas, (Wiggle child’s little finger) Potatoes, (Wiggle child’s ring finger) Beans, (Wiggle child’s middle finger) See grandmother (Wiggle child’s index finger) Fly away off the roof To the sky! (Lift arms and fling them wide, while fluttering your fingers)

-----------Ahh, ahh, two little cats, (Hold child’s two hands or feet) One is orange (Shake one) One is black. (Then the other) The little orange cat chased a mouse, “Squeak, squeak!” (Run fingers around on child’s arm or body) The little black cat Rocked (child’s name) to sleep. (Cuddle child and rock back and forth) Urdu (Rock child to this lullaby) Sleep, my darling moon, Sleep… Sleep calls to you, So sleep… Your mummy says, Go to sleep.

Sleep, my baby, Sleep… My lovely child, Sleep…

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(Sit child on your knees facing you and hold child’s hands) Look, there’s a white horse! (Shake one of your child’s hands) Look, there’s a pink horse! (Shake the other hand) Nhong, nhong! Nhong, nhong!

Nhong, nhong! Nhong, nhong! (Bounce child to galloping rhythm) They fly up to the mountain and up to the sea. (Raise your knees and lower them) Nhong, nhong! Nhong, nhong!

Nhong, nhong! Nhong, nhong! (Bounce child to galloping rhythm) Yiddish Earkin-Hearkin, (Wiggle each of child’s ears) Eyekin-Spykin, (Gently touch beside each eye) Cheeky-Chucky, (Gently pinch each cheek) Chin-chin-chin, (Pat under chin) And down the hatch! (Walk fingers up to child’s mouth)

-----------Bazoo, bazoo, (Nod your head twice toward your child’s head) Butz. (Gently bump foreheads together) Bazoo, bazoo, (Nod your head twice toward your child’s head) Butz. (Gently bump foreheads together) The goat, the goat, (Nod your head twice toward your child’s head) Goes bump. (Gently bump foreheads together)

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Spanish (Hold up appropriate number of fingers as numbers are said) One, two, three, four, five, (Hold up 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 fingers) I caught a butterfly.

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, (Hold up 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 fingers) I let him go again.

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-----------Potatoes and potatoes (Similar to Patty Cake) Potatoes for daddy, Potatoes for mommy.

The brown ones for daddy;

The hot ones for mommy.

Potatoes for daddy, Potatoes for mommy.

The brown ones for daddy;

The hot ones for mommy.

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-----------A little mouth A little mouth to eat with, (Point to mouth.) My little nose to smell with, (Point to nose.) My two little eyes to see with, (Point to eyes.) My two little ears to hear with, (Point to ears.) And my little head? To sleep. (Rest head on hands, as if to sleep.)

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-----------Hold up 5 fingers) This one bought a little egg. (Point to pinkie finger) This one cooked it. (Point to ring finger) This one sprinkled it with salt. (Point to middle finger) And this one had a teeny taste. (Point to index finger) And this little chubby one, (Point to thumb) Ate it all up!

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(Hold up 5 fingers, and point to appropriate finger.) This little piggy went to market, (thumb) This little piggy stayed at home, (index) This little piggy had roast beef, (middle) This little piggy had none. (ring finger) This little piggy went “Wee, wee, wee,” (pinkie) All the way home!

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-----------Are you sleeping?



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