Concepts children can learn: 1. Memory/recall 2. Loud/soft 3. Large/small 4. Rhyming 5. Body parts Suggestions: Begin in a sitting position. Listen carefully and do what Willy says.
"Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Canilly" lyrics My name is Willy. Let's be silly. Let's play the Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Canilly. Say What? It's silly. The Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Canilly. Now, this is how to play this game. What Willy says, you do the same. Stand up. Sit down. Stand up. Spin around. Chorus: Now, wasn't that silly? That's why we call it, the Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Canilly Now Willy says to say his name. Part A: Say Willy - Say Willy Dilly - Say Willy Dilly Diddle - Say Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Say Willy Dilly Diddle Hop Canilly - Repeat Chorus Now Willy says put your hands on your hips. Flap your wings and make chicken lips. Now strut like a chicken - strut, strut, strut. Now cluck like a chicken - cluck, cluck, cluck. Put it all together and you will see, Willy makes fun for you and me. Repeat Chorus Now Willy says to point your toes, pinch your ear and hold your nose. Now count to 3 - 1,2,3, ABC - abc Repeat Chorus Now Willy says to clap along. See if you can follow this song. (echo clapping) Willy says stand straight and tall. Pretend that you're a ten foot wall. Now you're not tall, you're very small. In fact you are a rubber ball. Now bounce like a ball. Boing, boing, boing, boing. Repeat Chorus Now Willy says let's monkey around. Scratch your belly and make this sound, eet, eet. Now peel a banana and eat it real slow. It's the Willy Dilly Diddle hop don't you know. Now Willy says you're a tiny seed growing up to a big oak tree. Now spread your arms, pretend they're limbs. Oh, oh, here comes a big north wind. Now Willy likes to hear his name. We'll say it soft, you do the same. Repeat Part A Now Willy wants to hear it loud so shout it out and sing it proud. Repeat Part A Now Willy says this game was fun, but it's getting late and we have to run. But before we go it would be neat, say "Good-bye Willy" and wave with your feet. "Good-bye Willy...."