Wheels on the Bus
Review by: Laura
This book is a fun activity book for youngsters. Try
singing this book to your little one (as opposed to strictly reading).
Kids donít care if you sing on or off key; they all love to hear
music. By singing and using hand and body motions you can get your child
to mimic whatever you do.
Take a little trip through the town to find out
what different things do and sound like on a bus. The wheels on a
bus go round and round. If it happens to be raining outside, the
sound that the wipers make against the windshield of a bus is swish,
swish, and swish.
The driver on a bus asks people to move back to
make sure that there is enough room for everyone. If you donít
sit down in your seat, you may go up and down, to the rhythmic movement
of the bus.
The driver uses the horn to alert people to
look out for the bus. Beep, beep, beep says the horn. Have
you ever been on a bus with a little baby who was tired, cranky or
hungry? The sound that an unhappy baby makes is wah, wah, and wah.
The parents on a bus try to comfort the baby by saying softly, shh,
The Wheels on the Bus is a great way to have
fun with your children. Dance, sing, act a little silly. Your
kids will love it and so will you!
Recommended for children age 18 months and up.