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Стихи про одежду на английском

Автор: aleksashka
Опубликовано: 2358 дней назад (5 июня 2012)
Редактировалось: 2 раза — последний 5 июня 2012
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Детские стихи и игры про одежду, одевание одежды, стирку на английском:

Diddle Diddle Dumpling,
My son John,
Went to bed with his trousers on;
One shoe off and the other shoe on,
Diddle Diddle Dumpling,
My son John.

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Mary Wore a Red Dress

Mary wore a red dress, red dress, red dress,
Mary wore red dress all day long.
Mary wore a red hat, red hat, red hat,
Mary wore a red hat all day long.
Mary wore her red shoes, red shoes, red shoes,
Mary wore red shoes all day long.
Mary wore her red gloves, red gloves, red gloves,
Mary wore her red gloves all day long.
Mary was a red bird, red bird, red bird,
Mary was a red bird all day long.

James Horner

Put on Your Coat
Stuff an arm
into each sleeve,
put on your coat
before you leave.
Zip the zipper
right to the top,
and cover your head
whenever rain drops.

Children Put Your Coats On
(To the tune of "Did You Ever See a Lassie?")


Children put your coats on,
Your coats on , your coats on.
Children put your coats on,
One, two, three.
Children are now dressed,
Are dressed, are dressed
Children are now dressed.
Lets go out to play.

Alexander Resnikoff

Getting Dressed


Isn't dressing depressing?

Button the buttons
Snap the snaps
Hook the hooks and
Zip the zippers
Tie the ties and
Strap the straps and
Clasp the clasps and
Slip the slippers
Buckle the buckles and
Knot the knots and
Pin the pins and
Lace the laces
Loop the loops and
Lock the locks and
Belt the belts and
Brace the braces—
What I like the best is my own skin—
That is the dress I'm always in.

Стихи про варежки на английском:

Marie Louise Allen

The Mitten Song


"Thumbs in the thumb-place,
Fingers all together!"
This is the song
We sing in mitten-weather.
When it is cold,
It doesn't matter whether
Mittens are wool,
Or made of finest leather.
This is the song
We sing in mitten-weather:
"Thumbs in the thumb-place,
Fingers all together!"

Mittens

Mittens are warm,
Mittens are grand,
Mittens are like shoes
for my hands.

Red Mittens

Is there anything nicer
Than red woolly mittens
As fluffy and soft
As a blanket of kittens?
Red mittens to keep
My hands warm as toast
On cold winter days
When I skate or coast.
Marie Louise Allen

Warm Mittens

I wiggle my left hand,
I wiggle my right,
inside of my mittens,
so warm and so tight.
I wiggle my pinkie.
I wiggle my thumb,
so when I make snowballs,
my hands don't get numb.

The Short Life of A Mitten

I'm sliding on the driveway,
I'm falling off my sled,
I'm rolling down the hillside,
I'm standing on my head.
When playing in a snowbank
it's hard to have control.
I wonder how my mittens
got such a large hole.

Each Mitten has a Mate

(to the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell")

Each mitten has a mate, has a mate.
Each mitten has a mate, has a mate.
Can (child's name) find the pair?
(He/She) is looking here and there.
Can (child's name) find the mate.
Find the mate?

Mittens

Stripes or dots or sparkling white,
Mittens in winter fit just right.
Wool and cotton, maybe leather-
Mittens warm us in cold weather.
In rainbow colors and darkest black,
Mittens fit in a pocket or in your pack.
Thumbs alone, fingers together,
We love mittens in cold, cold weather.

Стихотворение про стирку на английском:

This is the Way We Wash Our Clothes
(to the tune of "Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush")
This is the way we wash our clothes,
Rub-a-dub-dub, rub-a-dub-dub;
See them getting clean and white,
Rub-a-dub-dub, rub-a-dub-dub;
This is the way we hang them out,
Flippity-flap, flippity-flap;
See them blowing in the wind,
Flippity-flap, flippity-flap;
This is the way we iron them flat,
Smooth as can be, smooth as can be;
Soon our wash day will be done,
And nice clean clothes for you and me.

Игра на английском « Есть ли этот цвет на твоей одежде»

If Your Clothes Have Any Colour
(to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It")

If your clothes have any red, any red,
If your clothes have any red, any red,
If your clothes have any red,
Put your hands up on your head,
If your clothes have any red, any red.
If your clothes have any blue, any blue,
If your clothes have any blue, any blue,
If your clothes have any blue,
Put your finger on your shoe,
If your clothes have any blue, any blue.
If your clothes have any green, any green,
If your clothes have any green, any green,
If your clothes have any green,
Wave your hand so you are seen,
If your clothes have any green, any green,
If your clothes have any yellow, any yellow,
If your clothes have any yellow, any yellow,
If your clothes have any yellow,
Laugh like a happy fellow,
If your clothes have any yellow, any yellow.
ha, ha, ha!
If your clothes have any white, any white,
If your clothes have any white, any white,
If your clothes have any white,
Give a hug with all your might,
If your clothes have any white, any white,
If your clothes have any black, any black,
If your clothes have any black, any black,
If your clothes have any black,
Pat your neighbour on the back,
If your clothes have any black, any black,
If your clothes have any brown, any brown,
If your clothes have any brown, any brown,
If your clothes have any brown,
Make a smile like a clown,
If your clothes have any brown, any brown.
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