Letter D, dinosaurs, poems

Poems  and   Songs

 

Tyrannosaurus Rex, My Dear

(tune of John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt)

(Repeat 3 times)

 

Tyrannosaurus rex, my dear,

   (Show claws, then fold hands across chest.)

You cause such fear!

    (Frightened look on face.)

When your sharp teeth you show,

  (Point to bared teeth.)

I know it’s time to go!

      (Quickly flutter hands away from body.)

Tyrannosaurus rex, my dear,

 (Show claws; then fold hands across chest.)

Da-da-da-da-don’t eat me

(Shake finger in front of body.)

(Last verse only) PLEASE!

 (Fold hands together in front as if to beg.)

All Around the Swamp
Tune: “Wheels on the Bus”


Pteranodon’s wings went flap, flap, flap;
Flap, flap, flap; flap, flap, flap.
Pteranodon’s wings went flap, flap, flap,
All around the swamp

Tyrannosaurus Rex went grrr, grrr, grrr
Grrr, grrr, grrr; grrr, grrr, grrr.
Tyrannosaurus Rex went grrr, grrr, grrr ,
All around the swamp.

Triceratops horns went poke, poke, poke;
Poke, poke, poke; poke, poke, poke.
Triceratops horns went poke, poke, poke,
All around the swamp.

Apatosaurus’ mouth went munch, munch, munch;
Munch, munch, munch; munch, munch, munch.
Apatosaurus’ mouth went munch, munch, munch,
All around the swamp.

Stegosaurus’ tail went spike, spike, spike;
Spike, spike, spike; spike, spike, spike.
Stegosaurus’ tail went spike, spike, spike,
All around the swamp.

Dinosaur Ditty

(tune of Three Blind Mice)

 

Di-no-saurs! Di-no-saurs!

Lived long ago, lived long ago.

Some were little as chickens, you see.

Some were so very much bigger than me!

Oh, wouldn’t you like to be able to see di-no-saurs?

More Dino Poems

Dinosaur Pie & Dinosaur Stomp from The K Crew

Dinosaur Song
(tune of Bringing home a baby bumblebee)


“I’m bringing home a baby dinosaur
Won’t my mommy hide behind the door
I’m bringing home a baby dinosaur.”
Stomp, stomp, stomp right through the door.

“I’m bringing home a baby dinosaur
Won’t my Daddy fall down on the floor
I’m bringing home a baby dinosaur.”
Stomp, stomp, stomp right through the door.

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