Friday, June 10, 2011

"Five Little Trucks"

Today's #flannelfriday is related to my previous "Five Little Firetrucks" which I made from a thrift store sheet, remember? Well, here's a regular "Five Little Trucks" version:



Five Little Trucks
(Adapted by Anne Neidinger. Sing to the tune of "Five Little Ducks")

Five Little Trucks went out to play, (Hold up five fingers)
Into the mud pit far away. (Make circle in front of you like hole in the ground with both hands and move far away from body)
When a big HONK HONK (Pat palm of one hand twice over fist of other like honking horn)
Came from Big Truck Mac, (Hold up fist only)
Four Little Trucks came rumbling back. (Hold up four fingers and move them from far away toward body)

And then you keep on counting until this final verse:
One Little Truck went out to play, (Hold up one fingers)
Into the mud pit far away. (Make circle in front of you like hole in the ground with both hands and move far away from body)
When HONK HONK, HONK HONK (Pat palm of one hand four times over fist of other like honking horn very hard)
Came from Big Truck Mac, (Hold up fist only and shake it)
All Little Trucks came racing back. (Hold five fingers and move them quickly from far away toward body)

1 comments:

I'm overwhelmed with summer reading too! And I really like adaptations of songs that I already know; easier to learn!