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Beaver One, Beaver All

Beaver Teeth: the first two fingers of each hand rather like
'quotes in the air', while making the 'beaver sound' - a kind of click with
tongue/teeth - like calling a cat (!) but that's the best way
to explain it - similar to 'tut, tut' sound that you make to reprimand
someone... to the rhythm 'sssl' (s=short l=long) like 'a ram sam sam'
rhythm
Beaver one, beaver all, let's all do the beaver call!
Beaver teeth left then right twice.
Beaver two, beaver three, let's all climb the beaver tree!
Beaver teeth climbing up in the air.
Beaver four, Beaver five, let's all do the beaver jive!
Beaver teeth - one hand forward, one back then swap (do a 'jive'!)
Beaver six, Beaver seven, let's all go to beaver heaven!
Beaver teeth above head.
Beaver eight, Beaver nine, stop hand forward in stop sign!  It's beaver time!
Beaver teeth in clockwise circle in front of you
Beaver nine, Beaver ten, Let's all do this song again!

(Substitute 'not' for 'all' when you can't take any more!)

 
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