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Baby Baby (When Is The Day To Be Happy)

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Lyrics

Baby, baby, baby, please don't cry.
Baby, baby cause I'll tell you why.
Baby, baby wow when you smile.
Oh you make my life worthwhile!

So let the sun shine in, face it with a grin.
Smilers never lose and frowners never win.
So let the sun shine in, face it with a grin.
Open up your heart and let the sun shine in.

When is the day to be happy?
When is the day to be happy?
When is the day to be happy?
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday!

So baby, baby, baby, please don't cry.
Hey baby, baby cause I'll tell you why.
Baby, baby wow when you smile.
Oh you make my life worthwhile!
Yeah you make my life worthwhile!

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Music

  • Listen to the song and ask children to sing this song with expression. Perform the song to an audience demonstrating an understanding of the message of the song.
  • Challenge - invite individual children or small groups to sing and perform the song with the instrumental version.

Dance

  • Teacher plays a beat on a drum or claps hands.
  • Fast and slow shapes - have the students change shapes each time they hear the drum or clap beat. Vary the speed of the beat so that the shapes are held for longer or shorter times.

Drama

  • Mime a 'happy or sad' scene and others guess what is happening.

Literacy

  • Sing and read along to the YouTube song to achieve multi-sensory learning 'Do it, see it, hear it!'
  • Story starter I feel happy when... or I feel sad when...

Print out the song PDF

  • Read the song lyrics - ask children a variety of questions.
  • Re-read the song lyrics and ask children to join in.
  • Recognise and use a variety of punctuation when reading. " " ! ? . ,
  • Look at print and conventions (bold, italics).
  • Talk about interesting/challenging words and discuss what they mean.
  • Word study - phonic knowledge, compound words, rhyming word, contractions etc.