Climbing Up the Apple Tree Climbing up the apple tree, (climb in place) Swinging on a limb! (Raise arms above head, away left and right) If I hear a robin, I may (cup hand near ear) Sing along with him! (sing tra la la) 'And Robin, if you fly away, (Put hands over eyes) Here's what I think I'll do: (Point with index finger) I'll wish a pair of sparrow wings (gently flap arms at side and move around) And fly away with you!
Five Red Apples Five red apples hanging in a tree (Hold up five fingers) The juiciest apples you ever did see. The wind came by and gave an angry frown (Fingers flutter downward) And one little apple came tumbling down (One finger falls) Four red apples, hanging in a tree, etc.
Do You Know the Apple Man? Oh, do you know the apple man, the apple man, the apple man? Oh, do you know the apple man who likes to play with me?
Oh, he has a great big smile, a great big smile, a great big smile, Oh, he has a great big smile and likes to play with me.
Continue with other verses that the children make up about the apple man.
Two Red Apples Two red apple, high in the tree. One for you and one for me. I shook that tree as hard as I could. Down fell the apples, mmmm they were good.