Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

I Want a Pet (Rap)

How do pets fit into a family? Listen to this charming rap and you will see! “I want a pet that’s black or blue or brown, a friend on a leash I can walk around.” It touches on responsibility, but parts are just for fun: “Gerbils and monkeys, rabbits and mice. A red alligator would really be nice.” Kids work on rhyme, rhythm, and imagination.

Lyrics: 
I Want a Pet (Rap) I want a pet that’s black or blue or brown, A friend on a leash I can walk around. I’ll call him Trigger or Buddy or Sam, A pet that’ll love me wherever I am. A cat or a dog, it really don’t matter. I’ll walk my pet so it don’t get fatter. Gerbils and monkeys, rabbits and mice, A red alligator would really be nice. Tommy’s got a blue bird who always gets the last word. Nikky’s got a gray cat that likes to hide in her hat. We’ll go outside and climb a tree. He’ll fit right into our family. And when I lay down and go to sleep, He’ll be right there not making a peep. I’ll take my pet down to the zoo And show him what other animals do. How polar bears swim and giraffes stand tall, We’ll walk around and see them all. Mom and Dad, I’m glad you’re there. We’ll teach our pet how a family shares. On vacation, we’ll take him along. We’ll feed him good food so he’s big and strong. Eric calls his turtle Bill and puts him on the windowsill. Eric says he likes the sun, together they have so much fun. If you get me a pet, I’ll take good care. I’ll read him a story, and I’ll brush his hair. I’ll be his friend and he’ll be mine. We’ll sing this song and have a good time. Music By: David John Performed By: David John, Trenton Colbert