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Ten Little Frogs - Lucille Wood, Louise Binder Scott - Songs From Singing Fun

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    Five Little Speckled Frogs This fun, catchy song is great for: Teaching the rhythmic element 'syncopa'. (The only other rhythms are 'ta', 'ti-ti' and 'sa'.) Return to Browse all songs | Search for specific songs or use our Advanced Search. Featured resources. Chester; Goat (The) There's A Little Wheel; Ushkadara.
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