I know a little boy. (Dance from side to side to the beat.)
His name is Wiggle Willy.
He is so very nice, but oh, he is so wiggly!
And so go his fingers and his fingers go like so
And his fingers are always soooooo… (Wiggle fingers.)
And so go his arms…(Wiggle arms and fingers.)
Legs…(Wiggle legs, arms, and fingers.)
Head…(Wiggle head, legs, arms, and fingers.)
Tongue…(Move tongue back and forth along with the other body parts.)
Activities: Why is Willy so wiggly? What makes you wiggly? What can you do about it?
Have the children brainstorm how they can get rid of wiggles on the bus, in the car, sitting in their seat at school, etc.
Let children draw their interpretations of Wiggle Willy.