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goodbye song
Old 08-05-2009, 05:55 AM
 
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What song do you sing at the end of the day? Also, do you have a song to signal to the students that it is time to clean up?
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Bear in the Big Blue House
Old 08-05-2009, 05:59 AM
 
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On the cd of songs from the show, there is the goodbye song Bear sings at the end of every show. It is cute. I am going to use it this year.
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Old 08-05-2009, 10:08 AM
 
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I use one of her songs...I can't think of the name but it has great lyrics and we made up hand motions. "We had a good day, we had a great day...so pat yourself on the back. We thought a lot today, we learned in many ways....so kiss your brain. It's time to say 'so long' and end with a song...wave good-bye to your friends." I've used it for the last 3 years and the kids LOVE it. We even use it in our end of the year graduation performance.
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I use a song called "Clean up" by Ralph's World for clean up and "Goodbye" by Stacy Buehler. I have some others but these are my go to ones.
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We used the Dr. Jean song that a PP mentioned in the first grade this year and it worked great. I believe it is on Dr. Jean's Kiss Your Brain CD. The kids did love the song. With my grandson I use to use a song that I think was from Barney-clean up, clean up is how it started. He knew the rest of the words and would sing it. Sorry I don't know the rest of the words.


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Good bye song
Old 08-05-2009, 02:03 PM
 
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Goodbye, Iíll see you next time
Goodbye, Iíll see you next time
Goodbye, Iíll see you next time, we had a happy day
Goodbye!

TIME TO SAY GOODBYE
Tune: "Up On The House Top"

Now is the time to say goodbye.
My how fast the time did fly.
Our day is done, so we must say,
"Goodbye, goodbye for today".

Ho, Ho, Ho - time to go.
He, He, He - wave like me.
Now it is time to say, "Goodbye".
Grab your things and off you fly! Jean Warren


UNTIL ANOTHER DAY
Tune: " The Farmer In The Dell"

Now our day is done.
We've had a lot of fun.
It's time to go
So don't be slow
Goodbye to everyone.
Put your things away,
It's time for us to say,
"Goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye,"
Until another day. Jean Warren
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Dr. Jean's Silly Songs CD
Old 08-05-2009, 06:32 PM
 
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This is a cute one that the kids like doing.

It Is Time to Say Good-Bye
(Tune: "She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain")

Clap your hands.
(Clap)
Stomp your feet.
(Stomp)

It is time to say good-bye to all my friends.
It is time to say good-bye to all my friends.
It is time to say good-bye,
Give a smile and wink your eye.
(Wink)
It is time to say good-bye to all my friends.
Good-bye, friends.
(Wave)
Yee haw!
(Put fist in air)
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good bye song
Old 08-06-2009, 03:02 AM
 
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I made a playlist of all the good bye songs that I had on cds from different artists. I did the same with clean up songs. The clean up ones are nice because one song doesn't usually hack it!

Often times at good bye I will use this one instead of one from my ipod playlist:

Tune: Are You Sleeping?

Good bye Children (Teacher sings)
Good bye Ms. ___________ (Children sing)
I'll see you soon (Teacher)
I'll see you soon (Children)
I'll see you next on __________ (Teacher) (Fill in the day of the week)
I'll see you next on __________ (Children repeat)
We'll work and play (Teacher)
We'll work and play (Children)

I usually change the last two lines to reflect what we will be doing the next day. Give them something to think about...
Example: We'll learn a new nursery rhyme or We'll cook something for snack.
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Old 08-06-2009, 04:18 AM
 
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We sing a song I learned while stuednt teaching...I have no idea where it came from.

Tuesdays all gone lets throw it away, tuesdays all gone lets throw it away
tuesdays all gone lets throw it away, so let's get ready for Wednesday.

There are some hand movements too.
The kids love it and they really like guessing which day comes next...although some never get it right, most do after awhile.
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Thank you!!!!!!!!!!
Old 08-17-2009, 07:57 PM
 
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I just wanted to say thank you for sharing these adorable songs. I usually just do a song in the morning but a quick chant and the end of the day because time is so short. However, these are so adorable I may have to find some time to sing.


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Cleanup Song and Good-bye song
Old 08-19-2009, 09:43 PM
 
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I'm new here, but wanted to share the songs I use in my program.

For Cleanup, I sing a little song I made to the tune of "Following the Leader" from Peter Pan:
Everybody cleanup, cleanup, cleanup!
Everybody cleanup all the toys!

It is very simple, but works well in my bilingual classroom. For a more interesting cleanup song, I use "Pick Up the Crayons", from Tiny Talk Songbook, and ESL resource (music by Carolyn Graham, published by Oxford University Press).

For Goodbye Time, Tiny Talk has a nice "Bye Bye Song", suitable even for toddlers. I prefer to use a different song with my 3-6 year olds. We sing "Until We Meet Again", from the Playhouse Disney CD. The song is from the show "Out of the Box". It has a great rhythm, and the kids love it! The words are

So long, farewell, to you my friends. Goodbye, for now, until we meet again! (x2)
It's been great to play and sing together! But now it's time to say goodbye.
So long farewell, to you my friends. Goodbye, for now, until we meet again!
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Old 08-27-2010, 03:06 AM
 
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Thanks for the cute songs.
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