Post Exchange !



Amber from
Because Babies Grow Up and I “met” when both members of Operation Playtime, a special event that challenged us to unplug our children’s playtime and get back to the basics of imaginative play. Amber impressed me immediately, I am always drawn to activities, and information about infant development, since it’s the one stage I know the least about. She has a background in infant development and shares her wealth of knowledge with her readers. One activity we both love for all ages is music. Today we are exchanging our favorite songs for our readers.

A Slippery Fish

A slipper fish, A slippery fish
Swimming in the ocean
A slipper fish, A slippery fish
Glub glub glub
Oh No! I’ve been eaten by

A tuna fish, A tuna fish
Swimming in the ocean
A tuna fish, A tuna fish
Glub glub glub
Oh No! I’ve been eaten by

An octopus, An octopus
Swimming in the ocean
An octopus, An octopus
Glub glub glub
Oh No! I’ve been eaten by

A great big shark, A great big shark
Swimming in the ocean
A great big shark, A great big shark
Glub glub glub
Oh No! I’ve been eaten by

A humongous whale, A humongous whale
Swimming in the ocean
A humongous whale, A humongous whale
Glub glub glub
Oh No! I’ve been eaten by

A human! Was it you?

Don’t forget to to see my favorite song over at
Because Babies Grow Up !

Comments

  1. Carbaugh says

    My daughter does this song every week at her music and movement class. I had never heard of this song until I enrolled her in the class, and all the kids LOVE this song. She now asks to sing this song almost daily.

  2. christianmomma says

    I love this song. I used to sing it with my “babies” when I was a preschool teacher. Now my son loves it too.

  3. Swati says

    Thanks. It is a nice song for singing along with your kids. But I can’t see yours – over at the other blog. It says, video no longer available :(

  4. Staci says

    Thanks for sharing! We sang this during bathtime tonight and it was a hit! I forsee us singing this one quite a bit.

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