Song Recording: “Colors song”

This is a song for unit 18, class 3. The rhym is slow enough for children to sing and act following the lyric.

Colors song can be used for leading a new lesson or warm up, because it is very jazzy, lively and useful. the children are not only learned about many new words about colors but also studied about other nouns, verbs; they can act, dance.

For example, with the sentence “If you are wearing red, shake your head” you can shake your head and point to your head, children will be easily to understand and also know the meaning of “shake”, the same with other verbs, so they can learn and remember quickly some vocabulary. Besides, with this rhythm, children can write another lyric with other colors and other actions.

 

                   Colors song

If you are wearing red, shake your head
If you are wearing red, shake your head
If you are wearing red
Then please shake your head
If you are wearing red, shake your head

If you are wearing blue, touch your shoe
If you are wearing blue, touch your shoe
If you are wearing blue,
Then please touch your shoe
If you are wearing blue, touch your shoe

If you are wearing green, bow to the queen
If you are wearing green, bow to the queen
If you are wearing green,
Then please bow to the queen
If you are wearing green, bow to the queen

If you are wearing yellow, shake like Jell-O
If you are wearing yellow, shake like Jell-O
If you are wearing yellow,
Then please shake like Jell-O
If you are wearing yellow, shake like Jell-O

If you are wearing brown, turn around
If you are wearing brown, turn around
If you are wearing brown,
Then please turn around
If you are wearing brown, turn around

If you are wearing black, pat your back
If you are wearing black, pat your back
If you are wearing black,
Then please pat your back
If you are wearing black, pat your back

If you are wearing black, pat your back

 

https://soundcloud.com/user381688058/colors-song

 

 

 

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