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I take out a little hand and make it dance. Children's songs

I take out a little hand and make it dance. Children's songs


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This song, 'I take out a hand' It is widely used in kindergartens and nursery schools to teach children between 1 and 3 years old to enhance their memory, through the repetition of this little sung poetry, and also to improve their motor skills by moving their little hands.

In addition, children tend to like songs with gestures a lot, and with this one, the handymen have a lot of fun because it allows them to dance and move to the beat of the music.

A very simple song, which children can memorize in a short time and through their dance they can improve their motor coordination and body expression.

I take out a hand and make her dance

I close it, open it and put it back

I take out another hand and make her dance

I close it, open it and put it back

I take out the two little hands and make them dance

I close them, open them and put them back.

To my hands, to my hands I move them, and I walk them, and I walk them,

to my hands, to my hands I move them, and I walk them doing like this:

Making noise, and a lot of noise, we hit our feet, our hands too

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