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Games - Juegos para aprender inglés

Aquí recopilamos algunas rimas sencillas que también resultan útiles para aprender inglés.
Read them and then try to remember them!


"This is the way"
This is the way
I wash my hands,
wash my hands,
wash my hands.

This is the way
I wash my hands
early in the morning.

This is the way
I wash my face,
wash my face,
wash my face.

This is the way
I wash my face
early in the morning.

(Sent by Wilson Ruben Cortés from Ocotepeque, Honduras)

"My Toothbrush" (A self help rhyme)
I have a little toothbrush.
I hold it very tight.
I brush my teeth each morning,
And then again at night.

"I Have Two Eyes"
I have two eyes to see with,
I have two feet to run,
I have two hands to wave with,
But nose I have one.
I have two ears to hear with,
And a tongue to say "Good day".

"One, Two, Tie my shoe"
One, Two, Tie my shoe.
Three, Four, Shut the door.
Five, Six, Pick up sticks.
Seven, Eight, Lay them straight.
Nine, Ten, A big fat hen.
Let's get up and count again!

"Monkeys On the Bed"
Five little monkeys
Jumping on the bed.
One fell off
And bumped his head.
Mamma called the doctor
And the doctor said,
"No more monkeys
Jumping on the bed!"

Four little monkeys
Jumping on the bed.
Three little monkeys
Jumping on the bed.
(and so on)

"One, two, three"
One, two, three.
A word for you.
A word for me.
A glass of milk.
A cup of tea.

Red apple,
Yellow bee,
Blue sky,
Green tree.

(Sent by María Inmaculada Angulo from Santa Cruz de la Zarza, Toledo, Spain)

"Good afternoon"
(say it rhyming to the music of Corazón Latino by David Bisbal)

Good, good afternoon.
I'm happy to see you.
This afternoon
Let's go to the park.
Let's jump and let's play.
There is no school.

(Sent by María Inmaculada Angulo from Santa Cruz de la Zarza, Toledo, Spain)

"My body"
I have two little hands
With ten little fingers.
I have two little feet
With ten little toes.
I have two little eyes,
A mouth that smiles,
And I have two little ears
And a little, little nose.

(Sent by Victoria Bengolalo from Buenos Aires, Argentina)

"My happy family" (using the fingers)
This is my happy family.
This is my father.
This is my mother.
This is my sister.
This is my brother.
And this is the baby.

(Sent by María del Pilar González Rodríguez from Tehuacán, Puebla, Mexico)

"Five green frogs"
Five green frogs sitting in the sun.
Five green frogs swimming in the pool.
Five green frogs cool in the pool.
Five green frogs having fun.

(Sent by Zorilien Riveron from Edo. de Mexico, Mexico)

Rose are red.
Violet are blue.
Honey is sweet.
And so are you.

(Sent by Moira Sánchez from Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Dear Mother,
You are so good.
You are so sweet.
You are the best
Mother for me.

(Sent by Rita Esmeraldas from Lima, Perú)

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses
And all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty
Together again.

(Sent by Verónica Sánchez Hernández from Edo. de Mexico, Mexico)

One, two, three, four, five.
Once I caught
A fish alive.
Six, seven, eight, nine, ten.
Then I let it go again.
Why did you let it go?
Because it bit my finger.
So which finger did it bite?
This little finger on the right.

(Sent by José Saavedra from Barinas, Venezuela)

There are many ways to travel.
And one that I like
Is to zoom down a hill
On a mountain bike.

(Sent by Javier Santa Clara from Valladolid, Spain)

Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet,
Eating her curds and whey,
Along came a spider who sat down beside her,
And frightened Miss Muffet away.

(Sent by Mónica Fernández from Madrid, Spain)

My friend
My friend is nice.
We like to play,
We play together every day.
We laugh and cry
And laugh again,
Because you see,
We are friends, friends, friends.

(Sent by Paola Fredes from La Serena, Chile)

I have two eyes,
Only one nose.
Two little ears,
To hear my love.

I can eat candies,
I can drink more
But with one mouth:
 It's difficult, uff!

(Sent by Miguela Serrano from Ciudad Real, Spain)

Lemon lime,
Mint chip
And cherry,
All look divine.

Flavours and colours,
So tempting and yummy.
Now tell me which one should
Go inside my tummy.

(Sent by Valeria Contreras from Comodoro, Argentina)

Hush, little baby
Sleeping in the bed.
Mummy's in the kitchen
Making bread.

Hush, little baby,
Close your little eyes.
Daddy's in the garden,
Don't you cry.

(Sent by Julia Barbiero from Concepción del Uruguay, Argentina)

Counting rhyme to select a person in a game:
Eney, meney, miney, mo.
Catch a robber by the toe.
If he screeches, let him go.
Eney, meney, miney, mo.

(Sent by Montserrat Nñamcp from León, Spain)

The house
Up to the ceiling,
Down in the floor.
Point to the window.
Open the door.

(Sent by Ana Villar from Buenos Aires, Argentina)



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