Seligor's Castle, fun for all the children of the world.
Tue, 08 Jan 2008
It has rained and rained all day here in Fingle's Wood, Hm-m-m.
A RAINY DAY
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter on the window
raindrops, pitter-patter raindrops.Pitter-patter, pitter-patter, goodness,
how it rains!Pitter-patter, raindrops, pitter-patter
raindrops;Rain on the
country, rain on the town,Rain on the green leaves, rain on the
brown,Rain on the
farmyard, the motors, and the sea,And when I go out walking, there'll be
rain on me.Rain on the
gardens, rain on the pondPitter-patter raindrops, pitter-patter
raindrops;Rain on the little lane that wanders
raindrops;Rain on my
wellingtons, rain on my hat,Rain on my mackintosh, pitter-pitter
pat;Rain on the
puddles, rain on my gloves,-Isn't
it the kind of day a little duckling
drop,Drip drop, drip
Revived by Dorothy Milnes Sinclair
The water drops you see on grass
and spiders webs on some mornings are water from
the air. During the night the ground gets cold and
water vapour collects into drops...
this happens, keep a close watch on the leaves,
especially the ones that are in the direct
sunlight. Each little drop becomes its own
spectrum, with all the colours of the rainbow
inside each tiny droplet.
Do you know that the white frost
you see on a very cold morning on the grass
or cars is really dew that has been frozen.
The water which collects on the ground, cars and
windows freezes into white ice.
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