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Hello my friends!

A bit of an exhausting song and a great joy to practice it with your children! They have fun trying to copy you, while they exercise not only their arms and hands, but most of their body!

You can use it as a speech and language exercise as children like short rhyming (nonsense) words that go along with body movements!
They love changes in variation and vocal tone. This keeps it exciting for them and helps them to learn about the natural sounds of a language. If you forget the words, make up your own variations.

A ram sam sam
A ram sam sam
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Aravi, aravi
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Arms up high,
reach the sky,
If you want to do the ram sam song
you have to sing it all along!

A ram sam sam
A ram sam sam
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Aravi, aravi
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Arms up high,
reach the sky
If you want to be a ram sam master
You have to do it much faster!

A ram sam sam
A ram sam sam
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Aravi, aravi
Guli guli guli guli
And a ram sam sam. (x2)

Children love imitating so you may notice your child making faces trying to copy you and the way your lips form words. Speak slowly and clearly and give your child a chance to join in too. Once they are confident (depending on their age and abilities), speed it up and you will see what a great fun you have with A Ram Sam Sam song!

Songs and rhymes have a hugely positive impact on a child’s language and literacy development. Children love rhyme, rhythm and repetition. These three things found in songs and rhymes can naturally help to boost a child’s language and literacy skills.

Have fun!

Bella


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