Toddler Folk

 
 

Tickle Games

 

Borey, Borey (from Bob Aaberg early 1950’s)


Borey, Borey, Borey, Borey,

Bee!

How the game is played: Begin the song with your index finger pointing towards the toddler with a look of anticipation on your face. As the song progresses, wiggle finger and move closer and closer to your baby until on the last word/phrase you are tickling a child who by now is laughing uncontrollably! Is there any sound more beautiful than the laughter of children?

Little Mousey   (from Margie Orem)


Here comes a mousie,

Looking for a housie.

Where will he find one?

Right here!

Buzzy Bee

Buzzy, buzzy, buzzy, buzzy,

Bee!

Boom, Shack-a-lack-a


Boom shack-a-lack-a-lack-a,

Boom shack-a-lack-a-lack-a,

Boom shack-a,

Boom shack-a,

Boogity-boogity-boo!

This game is played with child

seated on floor, facing adult.

Adult fingers begin crawling

across floor towards child,

getting closer and closer until

boogity-boogity-boo!” is

tickling baby’s tummy.

The Bee In The Barn  (from Jill Rowney )


Bumblebee, bumblebee

comes from the barn,

Stings little baby 

right under her arm!

    (replace ‘baby’  with baby’s name)

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