Here’s another Easter/spring folk song from my childhood that took me forever to recover. I couldn’t find a video that has the music, so I’ll keep on the look out for one. So make up your own tune, or just read it and chuckle.
I know a baby chick-chick On a mountain top When he starts to yodel He never ever stops.
Who’s that baby chick-chick So happy hooray Who loves to sing and yodel While walking on his way?
It’s Yah-noo-chick-chick is a Chick-chick- chick, A chick-chick who can yodel!
Yah-noo-chick-chick is a Chick-chick- chick, A chick-chick who can yodel!
When you hear his song, “Yo-de-lee-o” Sing along: “Yo-de-lee-o” And you can see it’s fun to be A chick-chick who can yodel!
Here’s another fun craft we did this week: we painted tissue paper squares on to paper Easter eggs. Just mix starch with water and apply it over the pieces of tissue paper. Then hang them up to dry. Easy as that! Happy Easter!
My friend Carol tried this with our kinders today and they loved it! We went to the top of the play structure and tried to get our bunnies to fly to different spots on the ground. Super easy craft for kindergarten or preschool… probably would also be fun for first or second grade as well. I mean, come on… who wouldn’t enjoy making a flying bunny rabbit!? Happy Easter!