Wind Your Bobbin Up : First Nursery Rhymes

Let's Play Music : Wind Your Bobbin Up - First Nursery Rhymes

This is an old first nursery rhyme which dates from the mills in the north of England during the 1890’s. It has a simple melody and repetitive words and actions, so little ones are able to join in even before they can sing the words. The actions in songs are often an excellent way to build comprehension and vocabulary, and toddlers are always so eager to demonstrate that they know what to do!

Wind Your Bobbin Up - First Nursery Rhyme Activities

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Wind your bobbin up, wind your bobbin up,

Pull, pull, clap! clap! clap!

 Wind your bobbin up, wind your bobbin up,

Pull, pull, clap! clap! clap!

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Point to the ceiling, point to the floor,

Point to the window, point to the door.

 Wind your bobbin up, wind your bobbin up,

Pull, pull, clap! clap! clap!

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Point to your fingers, point to your toes,

Point to your eyes, and point to your toes.

 Wind your bobbin up, wind your bobbin up,

Pull, pull, clap! clap! clap!

Let's Play Music : Wind Your Bobbin Up - First Nursery Rhymes

This song usually becomes a firm favourite in every small child’s repertoire and they’ll want to sing it over and over. It can come in very handy on long car journeys or boring queues!

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  4. We did a different version of this song in the parent/child class I took with my daughter at a Waldorf School. How fun! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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