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|Frontispiece Title Page Copyright Notice Preface Preface Up to us sweet child-hood looketh - 0103 Father, help each little child, Father, we thank Thee - 0104 Gentle Jesus, meek and mild - 0105 Merry, happy little children - 0106 Good morning, pleasant Sunshiue, When the morning sun so bright - 0107 How we love our kindergarten - 0108 Another day has now begun, Good morning, play-mate's - 0109 We are merry children - 0110 God made the sun, Now come, let us play - 0111 All things bright and beautiful, God is always near me - 0112 Our play-time now is over - 0113 -lis twelve o'clock - 0114 Farewell, work, and farewell, play. - 0115 Forward, homeward, Our work is done, The season's work is over - 0116 A fair little girl sat under a tree, All good-night - 0117 Wearily at day-light's close. - 0118 A little child to us has sped, - 0119 Jolly old St. Nicholas, Now welcome to the new-born year, - 0120 The spring is come - 0121 Ring, kling, ling, ling - 0122 Spring the early blossoms bringeth - 0123 Sing we all merrily - 0124 I'm very glad the spring is come. - 0125 Holy Christmas time. - 0126 On the green and swelling moss-bank, - 0127 Come, little leaves, said the wind - 0128 When the frosty fall approaches - 0129 Good bye to old winter, The north wind doth blow - 0130 Little Jack Frost - 0131 Old winter is a sturdy one. - 0132 Sprinkle, gentle rain, This is the way sunshine comes down - 0133 Listen, listen! It seems to me - 0134 Page - 0135 Oh, see the snow, the falling snow - 0136 The thirsty earth one summer day - 0137 Oh, how hot! no cooling breeze - 0138 Page - 0139 Page - 0140 Page - 0141 Merry, little snowflakes. - 0142 Smiling in the valley. - 0143 I am the wind, - 0144 Ev'ry little flow'ret, In the tall boughs on the tree top - 0145 Little birdie, Bird built a nest, Who taught the bird to build - 0146 Birdies in the greenwood. - 0147 Good bye, good bye to summer. - 0148 Little bird, you are welcome - 0149 We open now our pigeon-house - 0150 See our pretty birdie fly - 0151 Two robin redbreasts in their nests - 0152 See the chickens round tne gate - 0153 Little bird, little bird, come to me, Oh say, busy bee - 0154 Come, come, my pretty Fido - 0155 I love little Kitty,Pussy, where have you been - 0156 Run,run! Oh, what jolly fun, The merry mice stay in their holes - 0157 Lazy sheep, pray tell us why - 0158 Page - 0159 Taddy Pole and Polly wog,Thank you, pretty cow - 0160 See, how the lively fishes swim, Merry frogs are blithe and gay - 0161 The snail he lives. - 0162 Baby bye, here's a fly - 0163 The fragrant flowers are bright and gay - 0164 We are little busy bees - 0165 Among the green leaves, V-v-v-v-v-v - 0166 The spring has callebTus - 0167 I'm a pretty little thing - 0168 Good bye, daisy, pink and rose - 0169 Timid, blue-eyed flower - 0170 Cherries ripe, cherries ripe. - 0171 I am a sturdy farmer, Let me learn a busy trade, - 0172 Sparks the charcoal throws - 0173 I am a cooper, Let us now begin our sawing - 0174 Page - 0175 Zish, zish, zish - 0176 Page - 0177 Wand'ring up and down - 0178 Page - 0179 See the blacksmith so active and brawny - 0180 Old coats to mend - 0181 Johnny is now old enough. - 0182 Johnny is a merry boy - 0183 Miller, have you naught for grinding,See our cards all in a row - 0184 I am a builder. - 0185 End to end the bricks we lay, I'm trying my papers to sell - 0186 Weave, children weave. - 0187 See the cheerful postman coming - 0188 Now we've had our merry play,We have put our work away - 0189 I'd like to have a partner - 0190 One by one we march along - 0191 Children go to and fro - 0192 Millers, near this babbling rill, Merrily, let us form a ring - 0193 Rippling, purling little river - 0194 One by one, one by one - 0195 Round and round we're slowly winding - 0196 Hand in hand you see us - 0197 March like gallant soldiers - 0198 Page - 0199 Page - 0200 Page - 0201 Page - 0202 Page - 0203 Page - 0204 Our stately ship moves on,We lightly skip on tip toe. - 0205 We're playing at railway - 0206 Page - 0207 Children, quick, make speed, Let's stand on the corner - 0208 Look at our teacher, Rhythmic measure gives us pleasure. - 0209 Let the feet go tramp - 0210 The mill by the rivulet evermore sounds - 0211 See the wind-mill how it goes, We all have found - 0212 The wind must blow to turn - 0213 See the neat little clock - 0214 Page - 0215 Run, little rivulet run - 0216 Great big steeple clocks say, Tick tock, tick tock - 0217 Come, dance and be gay, My ball, Willie, Willie come to me. - 0218 Ding dong, come along, Go thither,Little bird hops in the nest. - 0219 The little frogs hop in the pond. - 0220 Let's have a game with little ball,Our balls move round - 0221 The bell does toll, Up, up, in the Sky - 0222 Baby is a sailor boy.. - 0223 Hands shall heavy millstones be, I am a little gardener. - 0224 The little ball lies in my hand (2) - 0225 Darling little fingers, Good morning, good morning, dear etc, - 0226 Dance, little Thumbkin, Mama, kind and dear,Two hands I have. - 0227 Chickie, Five little white mice,This little piggy went to town - 0228 Little fishes in the brook, The little cat climbs up the tree. - 0229 Five little children climb a tree, Rock-a-by, baby - 0230 The pigeon house, See saw, up and down, Shoe the old horse - 0231 Fingers tripping up and down - 0232 As the vane upon the tower, Right, left, together - 0233 I've made a basket neat and round, Two little hands I have - 0234 Baa, baa, black sheep, Busy hands are never still - 0235 Sleep, Thumbkin, sleep, Weary little fingers,Rosy my Posy - 0236 Awake! Ye little sle'epers - 0237 Twinkle, twinkle, little star - 0238 Page - 0239 Flowers, wild-wood flowers, - 0240 When little birdie - 0241 Who has the whitest lambkins. - 0242 A merry little maiden, The showers fall as softly - 0243 I saw a ship a sailing - 0244 Oh, see the shining skating pond - 0245 Lightly row, lightly row - 0246 See the trees all in a row - 0247 Oh! come now our vessel is ready - 0248 I am. a little farmer boy, I sell butter, I sell cheese - 0249 Thro' the streets and o'er the snow - 0250 Sippity sup - 0251 Wheel-barrow, wheel barrow, where etc - 0252 Over the river, and through the wood., - 0253 Dance little baby, We all go round the mulberry - 0254 I have something in my hand, Up down, Up down - 0255 Oh, how great is our pleasure - 0256 Round and round we're lightly pacing. - 0257 Round and round the mill wheels turn, Turn the wheel - 0258 Be active, Little acts of kindness, Tis a lesson you should heed - 0259 Hark! it echoes down the street - 0260 Page - 0261 Page - 0262 Page - 0263 Table Of Contents - 0264 Page - 0265 Page - 0266 Index - 0267 Page - 0268 Page - 0269|