We will be reading ‘One More Tickle’ this week at our Mandarin Motion Song and Story Time.
你的脚怕痒吗？看看吧。停停停！nǐ de jiǎo pà yǎng ma ？ kàn kan ba 。 tíng tíng tíng ！Are your feet ticklish? Let’s see. Stop Stop Stop!
Tickle in Chinese is 挠痒痒 (náo yǎng yang). ‘Ticklish’ is 怕痒 (pà yang) literally ‘scared of being tickled’ 🙂
In this book ‘Little Nutbrown Hare’ 小栗色兔子 (xiǎo lì sè tù zi) gets tickled on many parts of his body! So watch some of those songs with body parts in before you come to class! Here are a few:
Happy Tickling! See you Wednesday or Thursday 🙂