I'm Still Here in the Bathtub: Brand New Silly Dilly Songs Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 21 user ratings

" Pre-K through 1st grade students would love to read "I'm Still Here in the Bathtub." The students would enjoy reading/singing this collection of songs because the tunes will be familiar to them. Also, the illustrations are very eye-catching. After the students get familiar with one or two of these songs, I would use them in my class as transition songs, or to get their attention. " said.

" My son and I got a kick out of this one! The poems are funny, and I couldn't help but sing some of them, since they all follow the tunes of familiar songs. What really pulls it all together are the fabulous illustrations! We spent a long time on each page, studying the pictures, finding all the funny details. " said.

" "I'm Still Here in the Bathtub" contains new songs written to the tune of old songs. Such as:I'm Still Here in the Bathtub to the tune of Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Tiny Baby Brother to the tune of Itsy Bitsy Spider, and Bad Advice to the tune of Three Blind Mice. This book would be great to use in a music class, or to integrate music into literature. " said.

" A fun collection of silly rhymes and songs for kids, recreating the songs they already know and love. The songs give a very fun and original twist to the lyrics by singing about things that the children can more fully relate to, such as having to take a bath which can feel like an eternity. The illustrations are fun in their design and make it fun to look at the book while learning the new songs! " said.

" People in our library hate me and my co-worker because we started singing these songs. They use new words that you sing to familiar tunes!! SO FUN!!! To the tunes of "The wheels on the bus" "The Meals at my camp I can't explain, I got pain, In my brain, can't tell if it's fish, meat or chow mein, Each day at camp" :-D You will be whistling them all day! " said.

" I had so much fun with this book! My cousins and I read it together, and we enjoyed all the old nursery rhymes with a little twist. Students would love this book. After being reading and memorizing the original nursery rhymes and then reading this book they would get a kick out of it. This poem also brings students in with the familiar songs and poems. I will totally use this book in the classroom. " said.

"This book incorporates familiar tunes with new words. This would be great for parents to read to their children before bedtime, and they can sing the songs together. Most of the songs rhyme and this would be great for children to read along with. The teacher could put the words on chart paper or the board and have the children take turns with the pointer following along. The illustrations are very vivid and appealing, as well. If you read this to your class, make sure you practice the songs first!" said.

"This book would be great to integrated with a music lesson. Most of the tunes are familiar enough that students could sing the new words. The songs could serve as great examples for students to come up with their own words to a familiar tune. The songs have many different themes, so I could focus on one in particular and have students write on the theme or just pick a tune to have students write new words for. This could tie into language arts by introducing terms and ideas such as syllable, meter, and certain rhyme schemes." said.

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