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I dont know that one but here's another...

5 Little caterpillars sitting on a leaf

One little caterpillar fell asleep

When he woke up he found he could fly

Now there's 4 caterpillars and one butterfly etc :D

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The Tiny Caterpillar

There’s a tiny caterpillar on a leaf (WIGGLE WIGGLE)

There’s a tiny caterpillar on a leaf (WIGGLE WIGGLE),

There’s a tiny caterpillar, there’s a tiny caterpillar,

A tiny caterpillar on a leaf (WIGGLE WIGGLE).

 

He will eat the leaves around him till he’s full (MUNCH MUNCH)

He will eat the leaves around him till he’s full (MUNCH MUNCH),

He will eat the leaves around him, eat the leaves around him,

Eat the leaves around him till he’s full (MUNCH MUNCH).

 

A cocoon is what he’s spinning for his home (SPIN SPIN)

A cocoon is what he’s spinning for his home (SPIN SPIN)

A cocoon is what he’s spinning, cocoon is what he’s spinning,

A cocoon is what he’s spinning for his home (SPIN SPIN).

 

He will be a butterfly and fly away (FLAP FLAP)

He will be a butterfly and fly away (FLAP FLAP)

He will be a butterfly, be a butterfly,

Be a butterfly and fly away (FLAP FLAP)

 

I found it on this site.

I've removed the other post by the way!

Linda

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Here's some other ideas for minibeast songs:

 

The ants go marching

tune of "The animals went in two by two"

 

The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah

The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah

The ants go marching one by one,

The little one stopped to suck his thumb,

And they all went marching,

Trying to get out of the rain, boom, boom

They're trying to get out of the rain.

 

The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah,

etc

The little one stopped to do up his shoe

 

The ants go marching three by three

The little one stopped to climb a tree.

 

The ants go marching four by four,

The little one stopped to knock at the door.

 

The ants go marching five by five,

The little one stopped to learn to drive.

 

The ants go marching six by six,

The little one stopped to pick up sticks.

 

The ants go marching seven by seven

The little one stopped and went to Devon.

 

The ants go marching eight by eight

The little one stopped to shut the gate.

 

The ants go marching nine by nine,

The little one stopped to walk on a line.

 

The ants go marching ten by ten,

The little one stopped to say "THE END".

 

Little Arabella Miller

tune of Twinkle twinkle

 

Little Arabella Miller

Had a furry caterpillar

(tickle palm with two fingers).

 

First it crawled up on her mother

(Walk fingers up left arm)

 

Then upon her baby brother

(walk fingers up right arm)

 

They all said "Arabella Miller!

(walk fingers up over head)

 

Take away your caterpillar!"

(hide hands behind back)

 

 

The Wiggly Woo

(tune on Tweenies 'songs' website if needed!)

 

There's a worm at the bottom of my garden

And his name is Wiggly Woo.

There's a worm at the bottom of my garden

And all that he can do

Is wiggle all day and wiggle all night

The neighbour's say what a terrible fright.

There's a worm at the bottom of my garden

And his name is Wiggly Woo.

 

 

Incy Wincy Spider

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hi,

we like to sing this one;

 

the fuzzy little caterpillar

curled up on a leaf,

spun her little chysalis

and then fell fast asleep.

While she was sleeping

she dreamed that she could fly

and when she woke up

she was a butterfly!

 

it's great with actions too!! :o

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Not caterpillars but had to share....

 

(Sing to the tune I have a little nut tree)

 

 

My best fiends a spider

I love him yes I do

He runs along the ceiling

He sticks up there like glue

he spins his web so perfectly

round and round he runs

And then he settles down to sleep

His busy work is done.

 

Inge

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