Cinderella Jump Rope Rhymes

These are people with a lurid sense of humor, a color palette not limited to yellow, and a deep interest in imagining for Cindy some life-changing experiences beyond snake kissing and girdle busting.

Author: Francesca Forrest

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781907881169

Category: Humor

Page: 28

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The Cinderella jump rope rhyme was in actual use in the United States at least as late as the 1970s and 1980s: "Cinderella, dressed in yella/Went downstairs to kiss her fella/By mistake her girdle busted/How many people were disgusted?/One, Two, Three, Four..." Fast forward to nowadays, and put that rhyme in the hands of speculative poets and short-story writers and their friends. These are people with a lurid sense of humor, a color palette not limited to yellow, and a deep interest in imagining for Cindy some life-changing experiences beyond snake kissing and girdle busting. The rhymes found in Cinderella Jump Rope Rhymes were written in a collaborative freestyle whimsy, with each author adding a rhyme until a delightful series had been created. Add to that the illustrative powers of artist Adam Oehlers, and the final product was this little chapbook. Cinderella Jump Rope Rhymes shows you what a childhood pastime looks like when you dial macabre up to eleven. If playground fun got married to the genetically engineered child of Joss Whedon and Neil Gaiman, their offspring would be Cinderella Jump Rope Rhymes. Go ahead, nourish your inner Victorian orphan - or buy a copy for the Wednesday Addams in your life. Cinderella Jump Rope Rhymes is a Cabinet des Fées production. All proceeds will be used to support Cabinet des Fées and charities of its choice. For more information please visit Cabinet des Fées online.

Cinderella

How many jump rope rhymes can you repeat? * How many rhymes for hand-
clapping games do you know? If you do know some of these, and you didn't learn
them from a book, then you're part of an oral tradition yourself. You probably
heard ...

Author: Judy Sierra

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 0897747275

Category: Social Science

Page: 178

View: 327

Presents versions of the Cinderella story which represent many cultures, geographical areas, and styles. Includes information about the tales, related activities, and resources.

Jump Rope Rhymes

Author: Ann M. Martin

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780590259958

Category: Children's poetry

Page: 72

View: 567

If you love to jump rope like Karen, here is a book of fun jump rope rhymes and games. Includes rhymes for double Dutch too.

Jump rope Rhymes

... shoe, Cinderella, Y-O-U. Sutton-Smith (1959), 77 [New Zealand]. (80)
Cinderella, dressed in yellow, Went upstairs (downtown) to kiss (see) her fellow,
How many kisses did she get? One, two, three, etc. 30 Jump-Rope Rhymes: A
Dictionary.

Author: Roger D. Abrahams

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 0292712162

Category: Social Science

Page: 252

View: 626

I had a little brother. His name was Tiny Tim. I put him in the bathtub To teach him how to swim. He drank all the water. He ate all the soap. He died last night With a bubble in his throat. Jump-rope rhymes, chanted to maintain the rhythm of the game, have other, equally entertaining uses: You can dispatch bothersome younger siblings instantly—and temporarily. You can learn the name of your boyfriend through the magic words "Ice cream soda, Delaware Punch, Tell me the initials of my honey-bunch." You can perform the series of tasks set forth in "Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn around" and find out who, really, is the most nimble. You can even, with impunity, "conk your teacher on the bean with a rotten tangerine. " This collection of over six hundred jump-rope rhymes, originally published in 1969, is an introduction into the world of children—their attitudes, their concerns, their humor. Like other children's folklore, the rhymes are both richly inventive and innocently derivative, ranging from on-the-spot improvisations to old standards like "Bluebells, cockleshells," with a generous sprinkling of borrowings from other play activities—nursery rhymes, counting-out rhymes, and taunts. Even adult attitudes of the time are appropriated, but expressed with the artless candor of the child: Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. Catch Castro by the toe. If he hollers make him say "I surrender, U.S.A." Though aware that children's play serves social and psychological functions, folklorists had long neglected analytical study of children's lore because primary data was not available in organized form. Roger Abraham's Dictionary has provided such a bibliographical tool for one category of children's lore and a model for future compendia in other areas. The alphabetically arranged rhymes are accompanied by notes on sources, provenience, variants, and connection with other play activities.

Explaining Traditions

Cinderella Dressed in Yellow” represents young girls' relation to the Cinderella
character, who, as a popular culture figure, ... The jump-rope rhyme, however,
follows a different plot, pointing to the sexual undertones of the original fairy tale:
 ...

Author: Simon Bronner

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813134072

Category: Social Science

Page: 544

View: 667

Why do humans hold onto traditions? Many pundits predicted that modernization and the rise of a mass culture would displace traditions, especially in America, but cultural practices still bear out the importance of rituals and customs in the development of identity, heritage, and community. In Explaining Traditions: Folk Behavior in Modern Culture, Simon J. Bronner discusses the underlying reasons for the continuing significance of traditions, delving into their social and psychological roles in everyday life, from old-time crafts to folk creativity on the Internet. Challenging prevailing notions of tradition as a relic of the past, Explaining Traditions provides deep insight into the nuances and purposes of living traditions in relation to modernity. Bronner’s work forces readers to examine their own traditions and imparts a better understanding of raging controversies over the sustainability of traditions in the modern world.

The Jump Rope Book and the Jump Rope

Cinderella sure gets around. There are a lot of jump rope rhymes where she is
doing everything from raiding the refrigerator to buying umbrellas. Most often,
though, whether she's dressed in blue or yellow, whether she's downtown or
upstairs, ...

Author: Elizabeth Loredo

Publisher: Workman Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780761104483

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 284

View: 610

Describes the history, techniques, and variations of jump rope games, with all kinds of rhymes used for skipping rope.

Secret Garden Comprehensive Guide

Chapter 8 , Project - Skipping - Rope In this chapter Martha gives Mary a skipping
rope . ... JUMP Rope RHYME : ( solo ) Cinderella , dressed in yellow went
upstairs to kiss a ' fella made a mistake and kissed a snake how many doctors did
it ...

Author: Laurie Detweiler

Publisher: Veritas Press

ISBN: 9781932168211

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 88

View: 901


Miss Mary Mac All Dressed in Black

CINDERELLA ( Jump - rope rhyme ) Cinderella dressed in yellow , Went upstairs
to kiss her fellow . Made a mistake and kissed a snake , How many doctors did it
take ? St. Johnsbury , Vt . , 1972 Cinderella , Cinderella , Clean your attic in the ...

Author: Scott E. Hastings

Publisher: August House Pub Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 159

View: 716

Includes children's rhymes and lore collected in Vermont and a guide to collecting children's folklore

Cinderella Dressed in Yellow

Cinderella Dressed in Yellow Related Activity Jump - a - Rhyme Memorize the
chant Cinderella Dressed in Yellow and make up new verses to say while you
jump rope . Gather your friends together for a jump - rope marathon . Learn more
fun ...

Author: Rozanne Lanczak Williams

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9780916119683

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 16

View: 775

Repetitive, predictable story lines and illustrations that match the text provide maximum support to the emergent reader. Engaging stories promote reading comprehension, and easy and fun activities on the inside back covers extend learning. Great for Reading First, Fluency, Vocabulary, Text Comprehension, and ESL/ELL!

Mid America Folklore

... all jump-rope rhymes this story about Cinderella was first reported in 1926.
Considering the main subject it seems likely that the rhyme was around for
several years before 1926, although it must be remembered that jump- rope
rhymes were ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Folklore

Page:

View: 764


Southern Folklore

Yet the rhyme follows a different plot , pointing to the sexual undertones of the
original fairy tale : “ Cinderella Dressed in ... In the jump - rope rhyme the young
woman goes upstairs to kiss her boyfriend , but she kisses a ' snake ' instead ,
and ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electronic journals

Page:

View: 494


The Kids Guide to Jumping Rope

Some rhymes are created to count the number of jumps a jumper makes before
messing up. Other rhymes give jumpers instructions of tricks to do as they jump.
These two rhymes are examples of counting and trick rhymes: Cinderella,
dressed ...

Author: Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 1429654430

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 660

"Describes the sport of jumping rope, including how-to information on jumps and tricks"--Provided by publisher.

Index to Poetry for Children and Young People 1970 1975

Author: G. Meredith Blackburn

Publisher: New York : H. W. Wilson Company

ISBN:

Category: Poetry

Page: 472

View: 843

One hundred and ten collections of poems are indexed and graded

Student Worlds Student Words

One example of the latter in American culture can be seen in this 1920s jump
rope rhyme about Cinderella , a condensed version of the classic fairy tale :
Cinderella , dressed in yellow , Went downtown to get a fellow . How many kisses
did ...

Author: Elizabeth Radin Simons

Publisher: Boynton/Cook Pub

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 232

View: 220

This book encourages students to write about what is most compelling to them-themselves! Designed for language arts teachers, this book renders the world of folk culture accessible to teachers in any discipline. Offers detailed classroom activities.

Zickary Zan

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 180

View: 422

A collection of Alabama folklore shared and transmitted primarily in the schools presents folk games, game songs, rhymes, riddles, proverbs, nonsense verse, parodies, counting-out chants, taunts, and autograph verse. Bibilog

Western Folklore

I have cited variants , whether or not they were given as used specifically as jump
- rope rhymes . Long dashes separate all entries . I COUNTING , ALPHABET ,
AND PEPPER ia . Cinderella with the pink umbrella Went upstairs to meet her ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Folklore

Page:

View: 230


Pennsylvania Folklife

This is one of the most wide - spread jump - rope rhymes and in most versions
Cinderella " went upstairs " ( Evans 37 , Hawthorne 114 , Thompson 385 ) . More
recently in Southern Pennsylvania she " went downtown , ” possibly under the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Pennsylvania Dutch

Page:

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The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child

A single jump - rope rhyme undergoes elaboration and modification to carry a
variety of messages as illustrated by three variations on the “ Cinderella " series
presented to me in sequence by a 792 - year - old patient . Myra was 5 % 2 years
 ...

Author: Ruth S. Eissler

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Child analysis

Page: 550

View: 847


Complete Handbook of Indoor and Outdoor Games and Activities for Young Children

JUMP ROPE RHYMES Jumping rope is a terrific form of exercise that will be
even more fun with these rhymes . Bubble Gum Bubble gum , bubble gum in a
dish . How many pieces do you wish ? One , two , three , four . . . ( Continue
counting ...

Author: Jean R. Feldman

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 304

View: 951

More than 370 hands-on games and activities for children preschool through grade 2.

Jump Rope Rhymes

Postman , postman Do your duty . Here comes - - - - - * The American Beauty .
She can do the rhumba She can do the splits , She can pull her pretty dress Right
up to her hips . * name of girl jumping . 12 Cinderella , dressed in yellow , Went ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Games

Page: 32

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