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Music & Songs : Circle Time > Line Up

Partners added 8-7-97 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "London Bridges"

Partners, partners stay in line,
Stay in line, stay in line.
Partners, partners stay in line.
Walk together.


Line Up added 8-7-97 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "London Bridge"

Everybody make a line, make a line, make a line
Everybody make a line, make a line, make a line
For now it's (Bathroom) time.
Substitute ( ) for appropriate word.


A Line up Song added 7-23-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "If you are happy and you know it"

If you're ready and you know it, face the door.

If you're ready and you know it, face the door.
If you're ready and you know it
Then it's the time to show it
If you're ready and you know it, face the door (or say no more).


Lining up 3579 added 7-23-98 Original Author Unknown

3 5 7 9 Show me how to make a line
Please come quickly so we'll be on time
3 5 7 9


Line Up added 9-16-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "London Bridge"

Everybody make a line, make a line, make a line
Everybody make a line, make a line, make a line
For now it's_______________ time. 
(playground, music, bathroom, etc.)


Hands on Shoulders added 3-24-00 Submitted by: Georgette Hinrichs

In the center I observe at, they sing a song while walking 
down the hallway. The children put their hands on the 
shoulders of the person in front of them.

Sung to: "Are You Sleeping"

Hands on shoulders, hands on shoulders
Here we go, here we go
Walking down the hallway, walking down the hallway
Nice and slow, nice and slow


Line up Rhyme added 3-24-00 Submitted by: Tonya Pryor

Whenever I want the children in my Pre-K class to line up I 
first tell them that when I call them, they are supposed to line 
up. Then, I recite this clever little rhyme that I made up: 

If you have on red, then you heard what I said.
(This means that you heard me say that it's time to line up)
If you have on blue, then you heard what to do. 
(This means that you know that you're supposed to get in line.)
If you have on green, then you know what I mean. 
(This means that I mean for you to get in line when I call you.)
If you have on white, then you know what's right. 
(This means that it's right to get in the back of the line instead 
of in front of someone else.)
If you have on black, then your name must be Jack. 
(I ran out of things to say for this part and I didn't want to 
keep repeating "get in the back of the line.")
If you have on yellow, then you're a nice fellow.  
(This is another case of when I ran out of things to say.)
If you have on purple, then you like to eat slurple. 
(This is supposed to be a drink like the 7-Eleven Slurpee.)
If you have on pink, then you know what I think. 
(This means that I think that you should get in line.)
(End of the poem)
If I have to call on a person who is wearing blue again because 
they didn't hear me or they weren't listening, then I say, "If you 
have on blue, then you should have known what to do.
I have been using this rhyme with my class since I started 
teaching (about 8 months ago
) and it has been effective in 
teaching them their colors and in sharpening their listening skills!


A Line Up Song added 9-23-02 Submitted by: Tish Hathaway

Tape colorful, laminated footprints leading out the door of our classroom.  

Sung to: "If you're Happy and you know it"

It's time for us to line up at the door,
It's time to find the footprints on the floor,

So stop what you are doing,
find the footprints on the floor
and line up at the door, at the door.






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