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The hokey cokey (United Kingdom and the Caribbean) or hokey pokey (United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland and Israel) is a participation dance with a distinctive accompanying tune and lyric structure. It is well known in English-speaking countries. It originates in a British folk dance, with variants attested as early as 1826. The song and accompanying dance peaked in popularity as a music hall song and novelty dance in the mid-1940s in the UK. The song became a chart hit twice in the 1980s
Hokey pokey – танцуем и поем (американская версия).
Hokey pokey – танцуем и поем (американская версия). You put your in, You put your out; You put your in, And you shake it all about. You do the hokey pokey, And you turn yourself around. На словах You do the hokey pokey,, And you turn yourself around участники поворачиваются во круг своей оси с поднятыми на 90 градусов руками с вытянутыми указательными пальцами, тычут этими пальцами в стороны 7 раз (на слова do, hoke-, poke-, and, turn, -self, и -round ) и покачивают бедрами из стороны в сторону.
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An animated version of the popular children's nursery rhyme 'The Hokey Cokey' with lyrics. You put ONE FOOT in One foot out In, out, in out, shake it all about You do the Hokey Cokey And you turn around That’s what it’s all about. Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Knees bend, arms stretch rah, rah, rah! You put YOUR WHOLE SELF in Your whole self out In, out, in out, you shake it all about You do the Hokey Cokey And you turn around That’s what it’s all about. Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey Knees bend, arms stretch rah, rah, rah! Rah, rah, rah. The Hokey Cokey.
The Hokey Pokey Lyrics. You put your right hand in, You put your right hand out, You put your right hand in, And you shake it all about, You do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself around. That's what it's all about. 2) left hand 3) right foot 4) left foot 5) head 6) butt 7) whole self. About The Hokey Pokey. A novelty dance/children’s rhyme, with apparent origins in 1940s England but similarities to songs and dances dating back centuries. Called the hokey-cokey in the UK. There’s also a Shakespearean version. The Hokey Pokey" Track Info
Whatever the Hokey Pokey is all about, it sure gets around.
Whatever the Hokey Pokey is all about, it sure gets around. The song’s title, The Hokey Pokey, was supposedly in homage to an ice cream vendor from Tabor’s childhood, who would call out Hokey pokey penny a lump. Have a lick make you jump. In this case, hokey pokey was supposedly a slang at the time for ice cream and the ice cream seller was called the hokey pokey man.
This fun dance song is great for brain breaks, indoor recess, morning meeting and group activities. It also teaches body parts, listening skills, left/right discrimination and following directions. This children’s dance song is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and lower elementary age kids
Background information for Hokey Pokey by Jerry Spinelli, plus back-story and other interesting facts about the book. The Hokey Pokey is a timeless circle game, played by millions of children in millions of circles across many, many miles.
Background information for Hokey Pokey by Jerry Spinelli, plus back-story and other interesting facts about the book. But where did it come from? How did it start? The Hokey Pokey (known as such in the United States, Canada, Ireland and Australia, known as Hokey Cokey in the . and Hokey Tokey in New Zealand) is a circle dance, in which the participants sing the song (see above) and follow the lyrics, putting different parts of the body into the circle when instructed to do so. The Hokey Pokey appears to have a few possible places of origin.