Learn Animal Sounds! – Caitie’s Classroom
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Learn Animal Sounds! – Caitie’s Classroom


(guitar strumming) – Hi there. Let’s play a game with some animal sounds. When I push this button, we will hear an animal sound. Then we’ll match that sound to the right animal. It might get a little tricky. Let’s give it a try. Here we go. (lion roars) That’s a loud sound. Do you know what animal makes that sound? Is it a lion? Giraffe? Or a rhinoceros? Let’s hear the sound again. (lion roars) Well, I don’t think a giraffe
makes a sound like that. A rhinoceros makes a pretty loud sound but I think it’s a lion. Yeah. Let’s make a sound like
a big lion together. (Caitie roars) Nice job. Let’s hear another one. Here it comes. (elephant trumpets) Whoa. What animal makes a sound like that? Is it a monkey? A penguin? Or an elephant? Let’s hear the sound again. (elephant trumpets) Do you know what animal it is? It’s a elephant. Yeah, an elephant makes
a big sound like that with their big trunk. Can we pretend to make
a big elephant sound? Here we go. (Caitie trumpets) Phew, that’s a fun sound to make. Can you try it? (Caitie trumpets) Takes a little bit of practice. Phew. Elephants makes some
really interesting sounds. Let’s hear another one. Here it comes. (rooster crows) That’s an interesting sound too. Do you know what animal makes that sound? Is it a robin? A toucan? Or a rooster? They’re all birds but they sound different. Let’s hear that sound again. (roster crows) I think I know what it is. It’s the rooster. Roosters make that big crowing sound. Let’s try it together. They go. (Caitie crows) They make that sound early in the morning to wake everybody up. (Caitie crows) It’s a fun sound to make. Here comes another one. (screeching) That doesn’t sound like an
animal I’ve heard before. Do you know what animal
makes a sound like that? Is it a seahorse? An octopus? Or a whale? I don’t know. Let’s hear the sound again. (screeching) Oh. Wait, I think I know what
animal makes that sound. Do you know what it is? A whale. Yeah, whales make big sounds like that that they send out into the water. Let’s try making a sound like the whale. (Caitie screeches) It’s a really high sound. It sounds a little silly when we try it. (Caitie screeches) (Caitie chuckles) It’s fun making those whale sounds. K, here comes another one. (dog barks) I know that one. I hear that sound a lot. Do you know what animal
makes a sound like that? Is it a fish? A dog? Or a cat? Let’s hear it again. (dog barks) Do you know what animal it is? It’s a dog. Yeah. Dogs make a sound that go
woof, woof, woof, woof. Let’s try making that dog sound together. Woof, woof, woof, woof. (Caitie pants) And they like to wag their tails too. Woof, woof. (Caitie pants) That’s lots of fun. All right, let’s try one
more sound, everybody. Last one. (horse neighs) That’s a pretty neat sound. It sounds a little familiar. Do you know what animal it is? Is it a cow? A horse? Or a sheep? Let’s hear it again. (horse neighs) These are all animals that live on a farm. The cow goes moo. And a sheep goes baa. So, it must be a horse. Of course. A horse makes a big sound like this. (Caitie neighs) Can you try that one. We’ll go (Caitie neighs) and sometimes they make a sound like this. (Caitie pants) You ever heard a horse
make a sound like that? (Caitie pants) It’s a fun one to do. A little tricky. (Caitie neighs and pants) Well, I had lots of fun
making animal sounds with you everybody. Great work. We’ll see you soon. (dog barks, elephant
trumpets and horse neighs) I can hit this button all day. Why don’t you try hitting
the subscribe button. We’d love it if if you would subscribe. – [Kid] Whoa.

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13 thoughts on “Learn Animal Sounds! – Caitie’s Classroom

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  2. If you teach children, please get your sounds right. The first sound you had was not a lion. It was a tiger…

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