Page in Japanese
|Click the pictures, hear them talk!|
|I like animals
by Richard Graham
I like snails. Snails? Yes, Snails.
I like kangaroos.
Kangaroos? Yes, kangaroos.
I like bears. Bears? Yes, bears.
I like you.
I like ducks. Ducks? Yes, ducks.
I like camels. Camels? Yes, camels.
I like spiders. Spiders? Yes, spiders.
I like her.
I like giraffes. Giraffes? Yes, giraffes.
I like rhinos. Rhinos? Yes, rhinos.
I like hippos. Hippos? Yes, hippos.
I like him.
I like penguins. Penguins? Yes, penguins.
I like dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs? Yes, dinosaurs.
I like bees. Bees? Yes, bees!
And I like me.
And you and you and you and you!
This song was a request from parents to help teach some lesser used animals.
i.e. everyone knows cat and dog, but kids are often into other animals
such as hippos or ducks.
All the animals are in the plural form so you can easily use them with "Do you like...?" without having to do any grammar explanations!
How to teach....
The teacher sings "I like kangaroos" etc. and the kids (or another teacher) answer back with a gesture and "Kangaroos?" and you say "Yes, kangaroos!" again with a gesture. At the end of each verse you sing "I like you / him / her / me" whilst pointing to a random student and finally yourself.
Check out this video from Italy!
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