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Jump the rope jingles. by. Worstell, Emma Vietor, comp. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
A book with lots of jingles for jump rope games. Great summertime fun! They are catchy, fun to read with lovely illustrations. Welcome to Etsy! The global marketplace for vintage and handmade items. Your Etsy Privacy Settings. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. by Emma Vietor Worstell. Published 1961 by Macmillian (. ). Are you sure you want to remove Jump the rope jingles from your list? Jump the rope jingles. Rope skipping, In library, Protected DAISY.
From young friends and older ones, Emma Vietor Worstell has collected in an attractive little volume, Jump the Rope Jingles. the most popular ones, such as 'Engine, Engine, Number Nine,' 'O'Leary,' 'All in Together,' 'Mother, Mother, I Feel Sick,' and has included directions for jump rope games with such alluring names as 'Cross the Creek,' 'French Almond Rock' and 'Keep the Kettle.
com: JUMP THE ROPE JINGLES: Here are the spring songs, sung and chanted on sidewalks and playgrounds at jump-rope time. Instructions for jump-rope games are also included. 1st ed, 6th prt. Delightful scarce title. Small shadow where price sticker had been, on front top edge of DJ, otherwise fine. Here are the spring songs, sung and chanted on sidewalks and playgrounds at jump-rope time.
Jump the Rope Jingles. Published March 1972 by Macmillan Pub Co.
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In this one of a kind Upcycled book journal. I have white gessoed over all the text in this book and clear gessoed over the charming illustrations by Sheila Greenwald. So it is suitable for wet or dry media throughout. This would make a delightful art journal/sketchbook or straight up writing journal.
Not a bad book of jingles, mind you, but all reminded my 8-year old daughter of school . Best book ever for teaching children the basics in education. This author is brilliant. Such easy to learn, practical educational rhymes and raps.
Not a bad book of jingles, mind you, but all reminded my 8-year old daughter of school (which isn't what she wanted to do while jumping). Pretty good idea if the school used it to teach planets, et. but i don't think that kids want that. They probably want easier things to yell while they are jumping than trying to learn at the same time. But I tried it because my girl is pretty darn smart.