The Pinocchio – Small Classes

Marzec 23, 2015 3:12 am
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The Pinocchio is a great way to practice parts of the body and left/right. Works well with both large and small groups.

Lyrics, gestures, and free flashcards to the song here: http://supersimplelearning.com/songs/original-series/three/the-pinocchio/

Buy the song/CD on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J351R0A/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00J351R0A&linkCode=as2&tag=supesimplear-20
or iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/super-simple-songs-3/id867570349?uo=4&at=10l7wf

Lyrics:
♫ (Make a big circle.)
Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!
Right leg!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!
Right leg!
Left leg!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!
Right leg!
Left leg!
Chin up!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!
Right leg!
Left leg!
Chin up!
Turn around!

Everybody in. Everybody out.
Everybody turn around. Everybody shout, „Hey!”
Everybody ready? Here we go.
Let’s do The Pinocchio.
Right arm!
Left arm!
Right leg!
Left leg!
Chin up!
Turn around!
Sit down! ♫
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Song: The Pinocchio
Album: Super Simple Songs 3

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