Hands to Hands, Too!By Aimee Curtis PfitznerBook/Online Content
Hands to Hands, Too is a collection of familiar and new clapping games from Canada and the USA. Some were created by Pfitzner and her students. Rhythmic play with songs or chants is an instinctive music language of children. These high-energy materials will engage students of all ages.
Each song and clapping game is written with unique body percussion notation to make it easy to learn and teach. Activities include formations, dance steps, or other special instructions. An online code allows access to supplemental materials including full color visuals in PDF and .jpg formats suitable for presentation stations, links to videos of children playing many of the games, and "how-to" videos for some of the more complicated clapping patterns.Contents A - E: Alligator Chant, Ama Llama, Avocado, Bo Bo Ski Watten Tatten, Boom Snap Clap, Chicken and Gravy, Concentration, Down by the River Down by the Sea, Donut Song, Don't Break the Window, Dum Dum Da Da, Eenie Meanie Sassaleeny F- L: Flea Fly Mosquito, Froggy, Green Sally Up, Hey Diddle Fiddle Spoons, I Went to a Chinese Restaurant, Ip Dip Sky Blue, I'se the B'y, Land of the Silver Birch, Lemonade Crunchy Ice, Li'l Liza Jane, Little Sally Walker, Long Legged Sailor M - O: Mama Llama, Mama Mama Can't You See?, Miss Lucy Had a Baby, Miss Mary M M M, Miss Sue from Alabama, My Momma Told Me, Not Last Night but the Night Before, Only in France, Ooo Ah Wanna Piece of Pie P - Z: Quack Delicioso, A Sailor Went to Sea, See See My Playmate, Sevens, Swing Swing, Tarzan, Tic Tac Toe, Tryin' to Make a Dollar Out of Fifteen Cents, Way Down South in the Hanky Panky, When Pebbles Was a BabyPhotos of Clapping