Swimming Song | MyGo! Sign Language For Kids | CoComelon – Nursery Rhymes | ASL



Watch this BRAND NEW CoComelon Swimming Song – now in Sign Language! It’s really warm outside, a perfect day to go for a swim! Have fun singing and dancing along, and learn some basic swimming skills along the way!

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Watching good quality kids’ shows can be a great support in a child’s development. It is a way to explore emotions in a safe space, learn about relating to other people and about basic concepts such as vocabulary and counting.

We believe all kids should have access to good quality entertainment – regardless of geography, culture, background or abilities. This is why we are making our hugely popular kids show ‘CoComelon’ available to all kids in ASL.

Having a common cultural frame of reference is incredibly important for kids. And we are acutely aware that there is not currently the same abundance of content and choice available to kids who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or non-verbal, which other kids have. Which is why we are now signing our new content so that every kid, regardless of their abilities, can also enjoy and learn with CoComelon.

I Jump in the water, we’re going for a swim
It’s a hot sunny day, so come on, let’s all get in
It’s always so much fun to go swimming in the pool
So let’s jump in the water, it’s nice and cool

Let’s jump in do do do do do do
Let’s jump in do do do do do do
Let’s jump in do do do do do do
Let’s jump in

Hold my breath do do do do do do
Hold my breath do do do do do do
Hold my breath do do do do do do
Hold my breath

Kick my legs do do do do do do
Kick my legs do do do do do do
Kick my legs do do do do do do
Kick my legs

Move my arms do do do do do do
Move my arms do do do do do do
Move my arms do do do do do do
Move my arms

Float along do do do do do do
Float along do do do do do do
Float along do do do do do do
Float along

Blow some bubbles do do do do do do
Blow some bubbles do do do do do do
Blow some bubbles do do do do do do
Blow some bubbles

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