We have our preschool concert coming up soon and we’re hoping to do “Heads, shoulders, knees and toes” with the kids. We are learning body parts in Japanese but need the translation for the whole song.
This is what we have… is this correct? We need the section “Let’s all clap hands together.”
Atama kata hiza ashi (Heads, shoulders, knees, toes)
hiza ashi hiza ashi (Knees, toes, knees, toes)
atama kata hiza ashi (Let’s all clap hands together)
me mimi thana kuchi (Eyes, ears, mouth, nose)
thana kuchi thana kuchi (Mouth, nose, mouth, nose)
me mimi thana kuchi (Let’s all clap hands together.)
Thank you for your time.
If anyone can help with the full lyrics to this song, or if there are any corrections that should be made to above text, please let us know by commenting below.
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