Uhren (Clocks)

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Uhren (Clocks)

German

Kind vor sich hinstellen, unter den Armen durchgreifen und die Hände vor dem Bauch des Kindes verschränken. Dann das Kind hochheben und hin und her schwenken.

Große Uhren machen “tick tack, tick tack” (Weit nach rechts und links schwenken)
Kleine Uhren machen “ticke tacke, ticke tacke” (Schneller und enger schwenken)
Und die kleinen Taschenuhren machen “tick, tick, tick, tick” (Ganz kleine schnelle Bewegungen machen)
Und die Sanduhr dreht sich um (Das Kind erst auf den Kopf stellen und dann ganz langsam auf den Rücken legen)
Und der Wecker der mach “brrrrrr” (Kind am Bauch kitzeln)


English

Stand up with your child in front of you facing away from you. Put your hands under their arms and around the child’s tummy. Lift your child up and swing them gently from side to side like the pendulum on a clock.

Big clocks go “tick tack, tick tack” (Slowly swing your child wide from right to left)
Small clocks go “ticke tacke, ticke tacke” (Swing quicker and not as wide)
And the little pocket watches go “tick, tick, tick, tick” (Do small and quick movements)
And the hourglass turns round (Turn your child upside down and then slowly lay them down on their back)
And the alarm clock goes “brrrrrr” (Tickle your child’s tummy)

 

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Date Created: October 5, 2012 Date Modified: March 25, 2013

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