After A While, Crocodile | + More Super Simple Songs for Kids


See you later, alligator After a while, crocodile Bye bye, butterfly See you again next time See you later, alligator After a while, crocodile Bye bye, butterfly See you again next time See you again next time

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I love this! As an elementary music teacher, I was looking for music content I can use with my PreK and Kindergarten classes to teach opposites in a musical format. Thank you!!!!

I been playing your videos for my baby since her was 3 months and he's 17 months and he knows all of them lol he loves it he have to watch it each day at breakfast his daily routine and his comprehension level is A1 dr says

One little finger one little finger one little finger tap tap tap. Point your finger up point your finger down put it on your nose. Nose

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i really appreciate the great quality of your animations!! reminds me of flapjack or adventure time lol you can tell my baby is not the only one who loves it 😏👶🎶

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The the the wagon one was my favorite when you have to watch party like it's all that was really my favorite thank you for letting me watch it so much I really love you and thank you for this day

Super Simple Learning 

After A While, Crocodile
? See you later, alligator. [Look through your hands as if they were binoculars, and then point out. Alligator gesture.]
After a while, crocodile. [Open the alligator mouth slowly and then snap it shut when you say crocodile.]
Bye bye, butterfly. [Wave your hands. Butterfly gesture.]
See you again next time. [Look through your hands as if they were binoculars, and then point out.]
See you later, alligator.
After a while, crocodile.
Bye bye, butterfly.
See you again next time.
See you again next time. [Look through your hands as if they were binoculars, and then point out. Raise your hands in the air!]?

I listen those songs with my son and sometimes, when I don't see him for long, I listen to one or two songs to ease mine longing

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