Knick Knack Paddy Whack (Fun First Steps) (Fun First Steps)




      Knick Knack Paddy Whack (Fun First Steps) (Fun First Steps)
A new take on a traditional song This version features a parade of children from different cultures, each of them playing a different instrument The simple counting theme and repetitive text will have readers singing along as this old man comes rolling home New Download Knick Knack Paddy Whack (Fun First Steps) (Fun First Steps) by Steve Songs For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 24 pages
  • Knick Knack Paddy Whack (Fun First Steps) (Fun First Steps)
  • Steve Songs
  • 21 November 2019
  • 184686304X

10 thoughts on “ Knick Knack Paddy Whack (Fun First Steps) (Fun First Steps)

  1. Mama Bibliosoph says:

    Barefoot Books is a pretty remarkable children s press for many reasons related to sustainability and manufacturing standards They also have a firm commitment to inclusive books that showcase human diversity including visible forms of disability The Barefoot Singalong series is particularly special.Barefoot Books has created an animated version of each book in this series they come on the CD, but are also online and linked below Your child can watch these first if that kind of conditionin Barefoot Books is a pretty remarkable children s press for many reasons related to sustainability and manufacturing standards They also have a firm commitment to inclusive books that showcase human diversity including visible forms of disability The Barefoot Singalong series is particularly special.Barefoot Books has created an animated version of each book in this series they come on the CD, but are also online and linked below Your child can watch these first if that kind of conditioning helps your kids to beinterested in the books as it does mine.This traditional counting song is even better when it s reimagined as a street parade of kids from different cultures playing all kinds of instruments Many kids will be familiar with the traditional song, while others may think of it as the Barney theme.The origins of Knick Knack Paddy Whack are obscure and no one really knows what it means for the Old Man to play one or pl...

  2. Christine Grant says:

    Updated version of This Old Man focusing on musical instruments.

  3. Rosita says:

    The illustration is amazing colorful The simple counting theme and repetitive text will have readers singing along as this old man comes rolling home This old man bring different culture with different symbol of instrument as the tag along with this rhyming song with numbers This is a great time for preschooler can learns their numbers along with the story The story is a very joyful song and you can use it in a learning experience to how children with numbers, sound of instruments, and ryth The illustration is amazing colorful The simple counting th...

  4. Kelly says:

    I hired Steve Roslonek to perform at a festival I was running back in 2004 or so, long before any of his albums were released It was a pleasant surprise to pop the CD for Knick Knack Paddy Whack into the player and go, Oh, I know that voice It makes perfect sense Barefoot Books is based in Cambridge, MA, and Steve did TONS of shows in the Boston area It seems logical that they d get connected at some point The music is great and I often sing the book without the CD, as the children re I hired Steve Roslonek to perform at a festival I was running back in 2004 or so, long before any of his albums were released It was a pleasant surprise to pop the CD for Knick Knack Paddy Whack into the player and go, Oh, I know that voice It makes perfect sense Barefoot Books is based in Cambridge, MA, and Steve did TONS of shows in the Boston area It seems logical that they d get connected at some point The music is great and I often sing the book without the CD, as the children respond well to both approaches, and the CD version is often too fast for a first read through it doesn t give the kids enough time to really absorb everything going on in the illustrations The book offers a nice way to review counting, sequential memory, musical instruments, and so on It s a fun read, and highly enjoyable And Christiane Engel s illustrations are superb though some of the representations of musical instruments are inaccurate, which can confuse the children, and me as I try...

  5. Emily Horn says:

    Knick Knack Paddy Whack is just too cute SteveSongs and Christiane Engel knew what they were doing to bring the book to life The book is filled with vibrant colors and action everywhere, it just makes you want to get up and move The book has a significant pattern it follows with the words, It always says this old man he played and with a knick knack, paddy whack give a dog a bone, this old man came rolling home The pattern is consistent throughout the book This book is so cute you can t Knick Knack Paddy Whack is just too cute SteveSongs and Christiane Engel knew what they were doing to bring the book to life The book is filled with vibrant colors and action everywhere, it just makes you want to get up and move The book has a significant pattern it follows with the words, It always says this old man he played and with a knick knack, paddy whack give a dog a bone, this old man came rolling home The p...

  6. Katie Fitzgerald says:

    Read at Baby Toddler Story Time on 2 21 12 at Baby Toddler Lap Time on 7 20 12 at drop in story time on 4 19 13 at toddler lap time on 4 19 13 Read at Baby Toddler Story Time on 2 21 12 at Baby Toddler Lap Time on 7 20 12 at drop in story time on 4 19 13 at toddler lap time on 4 19 13

  7. Marlee says:

    This book was fabulous A simple song with simple pictures A CD that can also be watched on the computer with simple animation The words were slightly different than how I remembered them as a child, but I preferred the words in this book The CD has different play options when...

  8. Donna-Lee says:

    You can now listen to this story via the Barefoot Books Podcast You can now listen to this story via the Barefoot Books Podcast

  9. Faith Bart says:

    This is a fun get moving song to use in the classroom We do a lot of wiggle time, and the kids would absolutely love dancing and singing along to a book I plan on showing this to my kids in my classroom

  10. Dolores says:

    Very nice, colorful illustrations in this familiar yet fun story song It was used in a toddler preschool music program, and rhythm sticks were incorporated for knick knack, paddy whack give a dog a bone, this old man came rolling home Great for rhythm, counting, numbers, and fun

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