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Roly poly over

Here's one of our playrhymes for out of doors when you're enjoying the sunshine on a patch of lawn, where the clover's softening the grass. It's a lovely one to play with a baby who's just reaching that wanting-to-stand stage. Lie baby on her back on the grass, roll her side to side, take her hands and raise her to sitting, then all the way up to standing. On the last line, fly her up and away above your head. Good exercise for you too!

Roly poly over

Sit among the clover

Take my hand and up you stand And AWAY you go ~

© Sandra Kerr, published by Playsongs Publications

The original Playsongs CD has all the 52 tracks of the songs from Playsongs, the book. But we left out the rhymes ~ until later.

Now all 20 rhymes from the book, performed by Kevin Graal, with all his humour, warmth and engagement, are available to stream from Playsongs Rhyme Time. They've been enhanced by tuneful and funny, intriguing and rhythmic accompaniments created by Stephen Chadwick.


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