I bought this book for a friend's daughter's 1st birthday. My only complaint is that the book is small, which does make it good for travel, but kind of hard to fit your hand inside the Elmo stuffed animal. All in all this is an enjoyable book for babies and toddlers. We have so much fun with this book! My son loves when I make the Elmo puppet, yea it's Elmo, I think, just looks pink in the photo on the site , pinch his nose or give him a kiss! It has tons of sesame street characters in it even the older school ones, like the big dog, I forget his name, the honkers and the two headed monster, plus tons of others!
Really cute, fun little board book! Fun book that my Elmo-mad child adores.
It takes a bit of practice to get the hands and mouth all moving together with one hand. I had to buy this book. My son is absolutely in love with clapping his hands and just recently he's taken a liking to Elmo. This book lets you put your fingers in the back and do things with his arms.
At first it was hard to put my fingers in but it gets easier. See all reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 9 days ago. Published 15 days ago. Published 16 days ago.
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Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Depending on the occasion, it's usually uncommon to clap in the middle of most performances, unless directed by the performer. Sometimes accompanying clapping might be requested, or to "Give a hand" to someone present. Stop clapping when it starts to taper off. Get quiet with the crowd and don't act silly. Clap at the end of a concert to request an encore. If the performance was particularly great, continue clapping and try to prompt the performer to come back out for one more song or routine.
At the very least, you might get another bow. If, for some reason, you're on stage being celebrated, clapping along with everyone else can be a nice, humble-looking maneuver, done properly. Bow your head to acknowledge the thanks, then start clapping with everyone else. If it goes on too long, give the cut sign and start your thank-yous. Always thank an audience for any applause that you receive.
It's also common to prompt applause for other people present.
If, for example, you're giving a big speech and your thesis advisor is present, you might want to recognize her for applause. Be careful when clapping during classical music. The rules about clapping during classical performances will depend on the venue, the group of musicians playing, the director, and the piece. It's usually only common to applaud in between individual pieces, and in some cases in between particular movements of a longer piece.
In some cases, it's only appropriate to clap to welcome the performer to the stage and to clap at the end of the performance. Refer to the program for specific instructions regarding clapping, or wait to clap until you hear other people clapping to be sure. It used to be common in the age of Mozart for crowds to be more disruptive. Particularly moving passages would cause audiences to break into applause while the musicians were still playing. Many people attribute the newer attitude regarding applause to Wagner, who's direction to avoid curtain calls for Parsifal is thought to have confused some concert-goers into thinking that absolute silence was essential.
Clap after music at some churches.
Traditionally, choral music is not applauded, and is to be appreciated in rapt and contemplative silence. At more modern praise churches, on the other hand, it's very common to applaud the performance after its given. At Pentecostal churches, clapping is pretty much part of the sermon.
Every church will be different, so be observant and go with the flow. Don't be the first to clap at church, but join in if you hear the joyful sound. To teach people different clapping techniques that they might not be aware of, as well as the right times to clap. Not Helpful 6 Helpful If someone makes a good grade, or makes a funny joke, give a short, happy clap.
Just make sure you don't look like you're clapping ironically. Not Helpful 12 Helpful People of any skin color can be religious and attend church. Just treat them like you would any other person. Not Helpful 13 Helpful Even if it were possible to make a sound that loud, your hand would break.
Not Helpful 14 Helpful That's alright, it happens to everyone sometimes.
Just laugh it off and move on. Not Helpful 9 Helpful 7. Sure, as long as it doesn't distract you from your singing. Just clap along to the beat. Not Helpful 9 Helpful 6. Not Helpful 13 Helpful 4.
Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Quick Summary To clap your hands, bring together both palms quickly so that they make a smacking noise. Did this summary help you? Tips There are lots of ways to clap your hands, depending on the occasion. Clapping causes people to be happy, an enthusiastic action that comes naturally when we are either happy or pleased at an action by something we are proud to do ourselves, or done by someone else. Warnings When you are in an audience and everyone is clapping, stop at the appropriate time and don't continue to clap after everyone else has stopped.
Don't clap during inappropriate situations, when applause would be irritating or distracting. Clapping Performing Arts In other languages: Bertepuk Tangan Print Edit Send fan mail to authors. Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read , times.
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