INDEX To Kindergarten Songs Including
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Index to Kindergarten Songs
With whistle and shout. See Smith. Autumn wind. LCD With Whoo-whoo! Whoo-whoo! See Smith. Train. LCD With wisps of hay made snug and round. See Gaynor. Continued
story. LL Within a mile of Edinboro' town. EFS
Within these walls is love abounding. See Marching, No. 27. PS Wolf. Song of summer and winter. SHS Wolf. Froebel. MP Wolf and the lamb. t JB *Wollt Ihr wissen wie der Bauer. See Shall I show you how the
farmer? RCS Wonderful bag. Reed. TGS Wonderful shell, you sing like a bell. See Meissner. Hearing.
ASC Wonderful tree. Schilling. WS Won't you take me to your party? USI Woodland lullaby. Dietrich. TC Woodman. Smith. SL2
Woodman to the forest goes. See Smith. Woodman. SL2 Woodpecker. Gaynor. SC2
Woods are still sleeping. See Smith. Sap has begun to flow. SL2 Wooley Foster, and Daffy Down Dilly. Smeltzer. SZ Wooly sheep, please tell us why. See Hill. Children and the
sheep. SHS
(Cole. Sheep. CM)
(Marie Antoinette. Children and the sheep. HR) Wordsworth. Lines written in early spring. TLB Work. Song of Washington. HS Work of the week. Gaynor. GS
Work while you work. See Tufts. One thing at a time. CL Workingman. HR
(Wiggin. Trade game, I. KC) World. Roeske. EL
World is filled with gladness. See Sawyer. Easter carol. EL World is so full of a number of things. See Stevenson. Happv
thought. CGV
(Fisher. Happy thought. CGV)
(Adaptation: Cole. Beautiful world. CM) World is so full of beautiful things. See Cole. Beautiful world. CM
(Adapted from Stevenson. Happy thought. CGV) World wonders. Gaynor. SC2 Worship. Stanford. TC Worship the King all glorious above. Sec Haydn. O come, let
us worship. TLB Worsted ball. Elliott. SL2 Would you know how does the farmer? See Hubbard. Farmer.
MSG Would you know the baby's skies? See Marzo. Baby's skies. StN

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