You may also like: Old Roger is Dead Here Are Baby's Eyes So Blue Doctor Knickerbocker Oh Playmate, Come Out and Play With Me Go Bananas Sing a Song of Sixpence Written By: Unknown Adapted By: Terry Kluytmans Copyright © 1998 KIDiddles.com Sing a song of sixpence, A pocket full of rye; (Children in circle skip to the left while singing) Four and twenty blackbirds Baked in a pie! (Children in circle skip to the right, then stretch arms up toward center to form the pie.) When the pie was opened, The birds began to sing; (Children in circle bring arms back down to waist level, then children in center of ring begin to 'chirp' and 'tweet') Wasn't that a dainty dish To set before the king? (Children in circle skip to the left; children in center flutter about like birds.) The king was in his counting house, Counting all the money; (Children in circle walk backward four steps then pretend to count money; children in center keep fluttering like birds) The queen was in the parlor, Eating bread with honey (Children in circle walk forward four steps, kneel and pretend to eat; children in center keep fluttering like birds) The maid was in the garden, Hanging out the clothes; (Children in circle pretend to pick up clothes, then turn outward and hang them up.) When down came a blackbird Who snapped off her nose! (Children in center flutter to, and run around, those in the circle, one bird to one child, each snapping off a nose. Those in the circle kneel and the birds each hold up one finger to represent the nose.) Repeat, with the children changing positions. Children's Songs More new and exciting features are coming to KIDiddles! Sign up for our Newsletter today and be among the first to know when they're ready to go. Sign-up and get Free Song Sheets, Activity Sheets and Music Sheets! Copyright © 1998-2013 KIDiddles.com. All Rights Reserved.