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Our girls create ring tones

Girls in our After School Program put their spin on hand clap rhymes to create two ring tones. They performed “Cinderella Jump Rope Tone” and “Down By the Bank Ringtone” which were captured by Teresa Foley of

Transcription of the Gwen’s Girls’ Tones

Cinderella Jump Rope Tone:

Cinderella, dressed in yellow / went upstairs to kiss a fellow / made a mistake and kissed a snake / how many doctors will it take / one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, [etc.]

Down By the Bank (hand-clapping) Ringtone:

Down by the bank with the hanky pank / where the bullfrog jump from bank to bank / say E-Fi-E-Fi-Fo, skittle diddle kernel pop / I pledge allegiance to the flag, Michael Jackson makes me glad / Coca Cola has caffeine, now we’re talking jelly bean / Jelly beans are out of site, now we’re back to / Down by the bank with the hanky pank…

To get the ring tones and see more information about this exciting collaboration, click here

The girls created ringtones by clapping their hands.



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