Sing this fun song and do the motions while you wash your hands together
What You Need:
- Handwashing area: sink, soap, water, towel
- Words to the Slippery Fish Song (By Charlotte Diamond)
What To Do:
- Let your child know that you’ll be washing hands by doing the motions to
the Slippery Fish Song (a playful song that kids love!)
- Teach your child the following 3 motions:
Slippery Fish: slide hands together back and forth, and on top of each other;
Octopus: interlock fingers of both hands and wiggle them in and out;
Great White Shark: one hand “chomps” on each finger and thumb of the other hand, then switch hands.
- Sing this fun song and do the motions while you wash your hands together.
Adapted from Playworks Presents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfqC0X-F0cU
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