VIETNAMESE CHILDREN SONGS

"I know of a Vietnamese song/rhyme about clapping hands. Perhaps it"s not the most child-friendly of lyrics, however it"s a longstanding tuy vậy that grandmothers will sing lớn their grandchildren và get grandchildren to clap their hands, and then put their hands on their head. It"s not an "official" song, but rather one that"s passed from generation lớn generation." –Amanda "The kid và not the parent, of course, claps himself on the head at the end of the song. My son likes khổng lồ replace the word "đầu" or "head" with different objects… Have fun teaching your kids new Vietnamese or English vocabulary as you sing this simple song." -VietMommy


Vỗ tay bà mang lại ăn bánh

Clapping trò chơi for Babies

(Vietnamese)

Vỗ tay, vỗ tayBà cho ăn bánh. Ko vỗ tayBà đánh bên trên đầu.

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Clap Hands, Grandma Will Give You Cake

Clapping game for Babies

(English)

Clap your hands, clap your hands, Grandma will give you cake lớn eat, Don"t clap your hands, Grandma will hit your head.


Vỗ tay bà cho ăn bánh
Clap Hands, Grandma Will Give You Cake

Clapping trò chơi for Babies


Clapping trò chơi for Babies


(Vietnamese)


(English)


Vỗ tay, vỗ tayBà cho ăn bánh. Ko vỗ tayBà đánh trên đầu.


Clap your hands, clap your hands, Grandma will give you cake lớn eat, Don"t clap your hands, Grandma will hit your head.


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Pat-a-cake song Variations


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Notes

"There are slight variations in lyrics between localities và communities, but overall the same meaning." -Amanda


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Christmas Around The World

A Mama Lisa eBook


People everywhere love Christmas – but we don’t all celebrate it the same way.

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Mama Lisa’s Christmas Around The World is a celebration of the diversity và love with which many different cultures mark this joyful time of year.

You’ll read about:

How in Italy it’s not Santa Claus who gives gifts to lớn all the children. It’s La Befana, a friendly witch! How Scandinavians mark the kết thúc of the season by “plundering” the Christmas Tree on St. Knut’s Day. That’s a fun way to lớn get children to lớn help with the post-holiday clean-up! How in Colombia, in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s usually warm in December. So Christmas is celebrated like a giant outdoor block party!

The first part of the book covers some of the traditions that take place on days other than Christmas itself, lượt thích St. Nick’s Day & Epiphany. The history and meaning of these holidays is discussed, often with examples of traditional songs.

The second part presents beloved traditions và songs from many different nations. The songs are given in the original languages and with English translations.

What makes the book really special is the many comments from Mama Lisa’s correspondents who have shared stories & memories from their own lives. The memories of childhood touch us forever!

Many of the songs featured also include liên kết to the Mama Lisa website, where you can find recordings, videos và sheet music.

Merry Christmas!

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This book is a perfect way khổng lồ help even the youngest children fall in love with poetry!The "little gems" we"ve collected here are perfect for kids, English learners, và anyone who wants to learn to appreciate the beauty of poetic language.All of the poems in this book include links to website pages where you can listen to recordings!The book is broken down into sections, including:• Fun và Games• Nature• The Weather và Seasons• The Sun, Moon và Stars• Life• Wisdom & Kindness• Children• Basic Silliness• Sleep (zzzzzzz)THIS IS A DOWNLOADABLE EBOOK AVAILABLE INSTANTLY.Order Here!