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Our's love I'm a little snow man, sung to the tune of i'm a little tea pot.

 

i'm a liittle snow man, short and fat

heres my scarf and heres my hat

when the snow is falling, hear me say

build a snowman every day

 

would love to know some new ones though

 

Lardy lady x

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He'll be coming down the chimney when he comes

He'll be coming down the chimney when he comes

He'll be coming down the chimney, coming down the chimney

Coming down the chimney when he comes

Ho Ho Ho

 

He'll be carrying lots of toys when he comes...

 

He'll be riding on a reindeer when he comes...

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Not very Christmasey but we always sing it,

Twinkle, twinkle chocolate bar,

your Dad drives a rusty car,

push the starter,

pull the choke,

off we go in a cloud of smoke!!

 

We do actions and the children love it.

We are also doing,

 

Ring those bells and nod your head,

ring those bells and nod your head,

ring those bells and nod your head,

Christmas time is here.

 

Ring those bells and jump up high.

Ring those bells and stamp you feet.

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A chubby little snowman with a carrot for his nose,

Along came a rabbit and what do you suppose?

That hungry little rabbit was looking for his luch,

He ate the snowmans nose

Nibble, nibble crunch!

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My favourite from last year goes to 'the wheels on the bus'

 

The reindeers on the roof they stamp their hooves, stamp their hooves, stamp their hooves x2

All night long

 

2nd Verse - The presents under the tree are all wrapped up

3rd verse - The lights on the tree flash on and off

4th Verse - The children in their beds go giggle, giggle, giggle

 

etc etc xx

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My favourite from last year goes to 'the wheels on the bus'

 

The reindeers on the roof they stamp their hooves, stamp their hooves, stamp their hooves x2

All night long

 

2nd Verse - The presents under the tree are all wrapped up

3rd verse - The lights on the tree flash on and off

4th Verse - The children in their beds go giggle, giggle, giggle

 

etc etc xx

 

oh i forgot about that one! our verses include

 

santa oh his sleigh says ho ho ho

rudolphs nose flash flash flash

the bells on the sleigh go ting a ling a ling

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I'm a little green tree in the house

here's my trunk and here's my boughs

decorate me now with lights so fine

plug them in and watch them shine...

 

(I'm a little teapot tune)

 

I'm a little penguin On the ice.

I think cold is very nice.

I can hop around

first once, then twice.

I think ice is very nice.

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christmas pudding, christmas pudding

steaming hot, steaming hot

sprinkle on the sugar, sprinkle on the sugar

eat the lot, eat the lot!

 

OR ...

Put the clotted cream on,

Put the clotted cream on,

Eat the lot, eat the lot.

 

(And Devon clotted cream - of course! :P )

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Hi we use a lot of super simple songs. They have some great Christmas stuff and you can find some of it on youtube. We love 'Hello Reindeer' and 'I'm a little snowman' (that is sung to the tune of I'm a little teapot).

Kerry

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not sure it helps...................one of my little ones was trundling round today singing 'fat bottom girls you make the rocking world go round..........................yeah!!!'..................

 

I used Rocking Robin as the opening to a powerpoint story I made about ...Robins :P and feeding the birds and Robins has become the 'theme' of our Christmas. The kids love it and we've created a hand jive for Rockin Robin so everyones going round bobbing :D

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