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The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider: Fingerplays and Action Rhymes

by Joanna Cole, Stephanie Calmenson

Other authors: Alan Tiegreen (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688108059, Paperback)

A companion to the best-selling Anna Banana: 101 Jump-Rope Rhymes, here is a collection of nearly forty fingerplays and action rhymes that have been chanted, sung, and enjoyed for generations. Children and their parents can join the eentsy, weentsy spider in its climb up the waterspout, pretend to pound in a nail while singing "The Hammer Song," and tip their bodies over for "I'm a Little Teapot."

Included are such favorites as "The Wheels on the Bus," "This Old Man," "This Is the Church," and "Where Is Thumbkin?" as well as such lesser-known rhymes as "My Hat" and "Birthday Cake." So say them, sing them, act them out -- action rhymes are fun for everyone!

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A collection of play rhymes intended to be accompanied by finger play and other physical activities.

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