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2.1 Tongue-Twisters..
2.2 Riddles in Rhymes.
2.3 Good Rules in Rhymes
2.4 My Day
2.5 Parts of the Body.
2.6 Seasons
2.7 Weather.
2.8 Calendar
3. .. 4 ..  
3.1 Household Chores
3.2 My House.
3.3 Around the City
3.4 At Your Service
3.5 Learn about the World Around
3.6 Jobs and Professions
3.7 On Holidays..
3.8 Classroom Chant. Greetings for young Children.
3.9 Physical Warming Ups.
4. .. 6 .. 텅..  
4.1 Travelling..
4.2 Family. Friends. Character
4.3 Health. Food..
4.4 Shopping. Clothes.
4.5 Hobbies..
4.6 England.
4.7 Ukraine.
4.8 My Favourite Subject
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Rhymes in Pictures. ; , , , , .

Rhymester . / , , .

The Computer is Out of Order / . .

Jaw and tongue games. - . , . ϳ , .

[ ja:] , [ jo:].

The jolly little clown.

Im a jolly little clown

Yah , yaw , yah!

I can smile and I can frown,

Yah , yaw , yah!

I can drop my jaw far down!

Yah, yaw , yah!

Can you be a jolly clown?

Yah , yaw, yah!

Can you smile and can you frown?

Yah , yah , yah!

Can you drop your jar far down?

Yah , yaw , yah!

 

[ k ]

An old black crow.

An old black crow flew into a tree.

Caw, caw , caw!

And what do you think he could see?

Caw, caw , caw!

He saw the sun shine on the lake.

Caw, caw , caw!

And tiny splashes fishes make.

Caw, caw , caw! T: Try to say caw and will easily imagine that a crow is calling.

 

[ o: ].

Little sleepy head.

They call me Little Sleepy Head!

I yawn at work , I yawn at play!

I yawn and yawn and yawn all day.

Then take my sleepy yawns to bed!

Thats why they call me Sleepy Head.

[ ou ]

Go , My Little Pony , Go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go!

Gallop , pony , gallop, go!

Gallop , gallop , go!

Go, my little pony , go!

Go! Go! Go! [ ou ] .

[ θ ]

The Old Grey Goose.

An old gray goose am I.

Th! Th! Th!

I stretch my neck and cry

At puppies passing by!

I like to make them cry!

Th! Th! Th!

When puppies jump and run ,

Th! Th! Th!

I think its lots of fun!

Im sure theyd like to be

An old grey goose like me!

Th! Th! Th!

[ Ә ]

Monkey Talk.

Little monkey in the tree ,

This is what he says to me ,

They , they , they ,

Thee , thee , thee.

Monkey jumps from limb to limb

While I chatter back to him:

They , they , they .

 

[ θ ], [ Ә ] Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betty and Bess They all went together to look at a nest. They saw a nest with four eggs in it, They all took one and left three in it!

[ p ] , [h ]

Little Brown Rabbit.

Little brown rabbit went hippity hop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

Into the garden without any stop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

He ate for his supper a fresh carrot top ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop.

Then home went the rabbit without any stop ,

Hippity hop , hippity hop. [ p ] , [h ] - , [ h ] , [ p ] - .

[ w ] .

Oh , Where is My Whistle?

Oh , where is my whistle?

Asked Willy one day .

My dear little whistle ,

My little white whistle ,

My dear little , white little whistle , I say!

Why , here is your whistle ,

His brother replied.

Your dear little whistle ,

Your little white whistle ,

Your dear little , white little whistle , he cried.

***

Why do you cry, Willie?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willie? Why, Willie?

Why, Willie? Why?

 

[ t ]

The Motor -Boat.

I have a motor-boat.

It turns around the bay,

And I start my motor-boat

It always seems to say:

Putt-putt!

Putt-putt!

 

But when the boat is under way

And running fast , it seems to say:

Putt-putt-putt-putt ,

Putt-putt-putt-putt-putt-putt-putt!

***

Never trouble troubles

Till trouble troubles you.

It only doubles trouble And troubles other too.

***

Ten little fingers, Ten little toes, Two little ears, And one little nose. Two little eyes That shine so bright. One little mouth To kiss Mummy , Good night!

[ ŋ ]

The singers sang a nice song Ting-a-long , ting-a-long. A nice song the singers sang - Ting-a-long , ting-a-long.The song they sang was very long - Ting-a-long , ting-a-long. Ting-a-ting-a-long.

The Bells.

Big bells ring a long , full song

Ding-dong-ding-dong !

Small bells ring a clear , sweet song

Ding , ding , ding , ding ,

ding , ding , ding !

Wee bells ring a tinkling song ,

Ting-a-ling , a-ling, a-ling,

a-ling, a-ling, a-ling .

Hear the ringing ; hear the song ,

Ting- a-ling, ding , ding ,

ding , ding , dong. .

 

[ v ]

Playing Airplane.

The plane is travelling in the sky ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

Moving so fast , and ever so high ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

Over the land , and over the sea ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

But we always come back in time for tea ,

Vvv vvv - vvv.

***As I wasgoingto St. Ives I met a man with seven wives. And every wife had seven sacks, And every sack had seven cats, And every cat had seven kits. Kits, cats, sacks, and wives, How many were there going to St. Ives?

 

[ a: ], [ ou ], [ i: ]

 

The funny Little Clown .

Im a funny little clown.

I say , Ah oo ee oo My mouth is open wide When I say , Ah ah ah I draw my lips far back When I say , Ee , ee , ee My lips are very round When I say , Oo , oo , oo Ah oo - ee oo ,

Ah oo - ee oo .

I am a funny little clown .

 

[ æ ]

I see a big black cat ,

Big black cat , big black cat.

What a big black cat!

What a cat! What a cat!

***

Handy , Spandy , Jack-a-dandy

Loves plum cake and sugar candy.

He buys some at a grocers shop

And out he comes hop , hop , hop.

[ e ]

When I am ten,

Ill get a pen .

Then I will write

Like brother Ben .

[ ei ] Jonathan Blake Ate too much cake, He isnt himself today; Hes tucked up in bed With feverish head, And he isnt able to play.

[ I ] , [ I: ]

Sid sees , Sid sees , Sid sees.

Six trees , six trees , six trees.

 

[ I: ]

A sailor went to sea To see what he could see, And all he could see Was sea , sea , sea.

[ I: ] [ r ]

A verse about me.Im cleaning my teeth.

Scrub , scrub . Im washing my hands.

Rub , rub . Im going to bed.

Creep , creep. Im in bed fast , fast asleep.

[ I ]

I live here . We live near.

You live there . You live here. Tom lives so far . Tom and Ray That he goes in a car. Live far away.

[ o ]

For want of a nail the shoe was lost, For want of the shoe the horse was lost, For want of the horse the rider was lost, For want of the rider the battle was lost, For want of the battle, the kingdom was lost, And all for the want of the kingdom, was a horse-shoe nail.

[ ai ]Ride away, ride away, Johnny will ride, And he will have a pussy-cat Tied to one side, He will have a little dog

Tied to the other, And Johnny will ride To see his grandmother.

[ au ]See-saw, Sacaradown, Which is the way to London Town? One foot up, the other foot down, That is the way to London Town.

[ u ]

Little Betty Blue

Lost her holiday shoe.

What shall little Betty do? Buy her another To match the other, And then shell walk in two.

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I have a jolly jumped Jack , See how well he jumps! Up and down! From right to left He jumps , and jumps , and jumps .

***

The Brook .

Trumbling , strumbling Fumbling all the day . Fluttering , stuttering Muttering away . Rustling , hustling Bustling as it flows . That it how the brook talks Bubbling as it goes .

 

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty

Sat on the wall.

Humpty Dumpty Had a great fall. All the kings horses, And all the kings men Couldnt put

Humpty Dumpty Together again.

[ b ]

Rub-a Dub-Dub

Three men in a tub:

The butcher , the baker ,

The candlestick maker.

[ d ]Deedle Deedle Dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with trousers on, One shoe off, one shoe on,

Deedle Deedle Dumpling, my son John.

[ h ]

I have a father, I have a mother,

I have a sister,

I have a brother.

Father, mother, sister, brother Hand in hand One in another.

[ f ]They fished and they fished Way down in the sea, Down in the sea a mile, They fished among all the fish in the sea For the fish with deep sea smile.

[ ʤ ] , [ g ]

Jiggety-jig , Jiggety-jig ,

Peters dog is little

And Dans dog is big.

Jiggety-jig , Jiggety-jig ,

[ k ] Tick- tock, tick-tock,

Says the clock. Tick-tock, tock-tick. What do you want to do, Do quick.

***

Nick nack , paddy paddy pack ,

Give the dog a bone.

Nick nack , paddy paddy pack ,

Put it on a stone.

***

Hickory , Dickory , Dock ,

The mouse ran up the clock.

The clock struck on one ,

The mouse ran down.

Hickory , Dickory , Dock ,

***

I can clean my teeth. I can comb my hair. I can put my shoes on , If Mummys not here. I can eat my dinner With a knife and fork.And I do it quickly If I dont talk.

[ k ] , [ t ]

Hickety , pickety , my black cat

Likes to sit in my blue hat.

[ l ]I like to read, I like to jump,

I like to play, I like to play,

I like to study I like to run,

evry day. Its fun!

 

[ m ]

Summer is the play-by-the stream time, Roll in the meadow-and-dream time, Lie on your back-and-crew-grass time, Watch butterflies as they pass time, Try and pick daisies with toes time, Playing where nobody knows time.

[ p ]

Pitter -patter , pit-pat. Listen to the rain! Pitter -patter , pit-pat. Raining again. Put on your galoshes. Put on your hat. Find your umbrella. ( Dont forget that! ) Put on your raincoat. Button is so! Pitter -patter , pit-pat.

Off we go!

***

Two little birds are sitting on a wall, One named Peter , the other named Paul. Fly away Peter! Fly away Paul! Come back, Peter ! Come back, Paul!

[ kw ]Quickly, quickly Quickly, quickly, Hop, hop, hop, Round and round,

Up he goes Down he jumps,

To the tree top! To the ground.

[ s ]Miss ,miss , little Miss , miss; When she misses , she misses like this.

 

[s ] , [ t ]

Tommy Trot, a man of law,

Sold his bed and lay upon straw;

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