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Audio Single Song – One Two Three Four Five
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Time Signature: 4/4 Key: F Major
One Two Three Four Five is a popular English counting rhyme and song.
The modern version is derived from three variations collected by Henry Bolton in the 1880’s from America.
According to Wikipedia: “The rhyme is one of many counting-out rhymes.
It was first recorded in Mother Goose’s Melody around 1765.
Like most versions until the late nineteenth century, it had only the first stanza, and dealt with a hare not a fish.”
Apart from the obvious educational benefits of learning and practising counting, this song can also be used as a fingerplay song.
It is also a fantastic song for introducing Question and Answer or part singing.
For example, parents and teachers can introduce the Q &A concept by singing the questions, “Why did you let him go?”/”Which finger did he bite?”
Children sing the answer “Because he bit my finger so”/ “This little finger on my right”
Teaching Points: counting, fingerplay, Q & A, Introduction to part singing.
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