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School Kid's Rap by John Foster

Discussion in 'Primary' started by carbod, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. carbod

    carbod New commenter

    Hi can anyone help? Has anyone go the text for the above poem School Kid's Rap - just starting performance poetry and have heard this is a good one that the children enjoy but can't find the text anywhere!
  2. carbod

    carbod New commenter

    brill listened to it over and over and have written it down - cheers for your help
  3. Hi there,
    Also been looking for the text of this poem...I don't suppose there is anyway you would be able to send it to me is there?
    Thanks in advance!
  4. carbod

    carbod New commenter

    - Just seen this so not sure if too late - send me email address if you still need it and I will mail it over
  5. Do you have text for this rap still as I am unable to open to listen to -help need for my lesson!!! Could you email?
  6. Hello, like you I have been looking for the poem.
    here it is:

    School Kid’s Rap by John Foster

    <font size="3">She snapped her fingers, snap! snap! snap!</font>

    <font size="3"> </font>
    <font face="Calibri">Pay attention children and I&rsquo;ll teach you how to rap.</font>

    <font size="3">Just get the rhythm, just get the beat </font>

    <font size="3">Drum it with your fingers, stamp it with your feet.</font>

    <font size="3">This school is cool, Miss Grace is ace, </font>

    <font size="3">Strut your stuff with a smile on your face.</font>

    <font size="3">Snap those fingers, tap those toes,</font>

    <font size="3">Do it like they do on the video shows,</font>

    <font face="Calibri">Flap it! Slap It! Clap! Snap! Clap</font>

    <font size="3">Let&rsquo;s all do the schoolkids&rsquo; rap!</font>

    Thanks to John Foster for a really enjoyable poem.


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