I don’t know what to do with these hiccups!
“Sneezing Song” music therapy song for vocalization
-Age: 0 to 5 -Goal Area: Expressive language, and good hygene. -Name of Activity: I’ve got a cold in my nose -Objective: children vocalize “ah-choo” and say and/or point to their nose. (Kids think these noises are funny and will often vocalize.) -Materials: I’ve got a cold in my nose – anybody know the source of these lyrics?? -Method: Sing along and encourage the objective -Adaptations: (optional) see verse two. -Submitted by: (optional name and email) Margie@musictherapytunes.com -Lyrics,chords, melody: I use another melody but it works well with “Popeye the Sailor man” (Check out the melody on youtube.) D A D G A D I’ve got a cold in my nose “ahh-chooo! ”I ‘ve got a cold in my nose “ahh-chooo!” G D A D I went to the doctor to see what to do. The doctor said, “I have one, too.” Ah-choo! Ah-choo! Here’s a verse about coughing: I’ve got a cough in my mouth. I’ve got a cough in my mouth. I drove in my car (beep, beep) and traveled down south. And now I’ve got this cough in my mouth! And about hiccups: What do you do about hiccups? What do you do with these hiccup? You could shout a big “boo” or “this is a stick-up” (you try to rhyme the word hiccup! Ok, you can change it.)
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