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English powerpoint: A sailor went to sea A sailor went to sea

Itīs a powerpoint that goes along with the song "A sailor went to sea." The slides include basic vocabularies + the lyrics with the guitar chords.

 Age: 3-12
 Format: PowerPoint
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Copyright 22/7/2012  Becky Jung
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          posted by setxump 20120723


thanks for sharing :))          posted by nataliaalmoines 20120723


Thank you very much for sharing!          posted by nika114 20120723


Very useful and interesting          posted by vivienliuwei 20121011
Thanks for sharing. I am going to teach this song, thanks for the presentation. Just a quick question: what are the words Chop, Knee and Toe for? Are they for a kind of gestures to accompany the song?

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vivienliuwei          posted by bjung 20121107
Sorry for my late reply;
The words chop, knee, and toe can replace "sea/see" in the song.
It does not make any sense, but the children love doing the gestures.
If you search on YouTube, youīll find some good examples.