This little Peter Penguin created his first Baby Picasso at Baby Basics and he even dressed up for the occasion!
Here are some fun songs to go along with our theme:
Penguin Pokey (to tune of “Hokey Pokey,”
suit actions to words)
You put your right wing in, you take your right wing out,
You put your right wing in and you waddle all about.
You do the Penguin Waddle and you turn yourself around.
And that’s what it’s all about!
Repeat, but replace “right wing” with other body parts: left wing, right and left feet, head, etc.
Have You Ever Seen A Penguin? (Tune: Have You Ever Seen a Lassie?)
Have you ever seen a penguin? A penguin? A penguin?
Have you ever seen a penguin swim this way and that?
Swim this way and that way? And this way and that way?
Have you ever seen a penguin swim this way and that? (make swimming motions with arms)
. . . slide this way and that way, slide this way and that way (make sliding motion with arms)
. . . waddle this way and that way, waddle this way and that way(feet close together, tiny waddling steps)
. . . flap this way and that (arms close to sides, flap little "wings")
One royal penguin feeling very blue
Called for his brother, then there were two.
Two royal penguins swimming in the sea
Called for their sister, then there were three.
Three royal penguins waddling on the shore
Called for their mother, then there were four.
Four royal penguins learning how to dive
Called for their father, then there were five.
P is for Penguin at Alphabet Play!