Thursday, May 10, 2007

Flannels, Songs and Story Extensions

Books That Translate Well Into Flannel Stories:
Pig Pigger Piggest by Rick Walton
Six Perfectly Different Pigs by Adrienne Geoghan
Three Little Pigs (Traditional)

Additional Flannel Scripts:

This Little Piggy Hurt His Toe

This little piggy hurt his toe;
This little piggy said, "Oh, oh, oh!"
This little piggy laughed and was glad.
But this little piggy cried and was sad.
This little piggy was so very good --
She got the first aid kit as fast as she could!

Ten Little Piggies Rolling in the Mud
Ten little piggies rolling in the mud
Squishy-squashy, felt so good!
The farmer took one pig out
"Oink, oink, oink!" that pig did shout.
Countdown.

Fingerplays:
To Market, To Market
This Little Piggy

1 Comments:

Blogger Mary Carroll said...

LOVE your storytimes! THANKS!
When I do PIGS, I like to cut pink construction paper into "pig noses." (1 1/2" X 3" jelly bean shape) They can tape them to their noses. You can let older kids (or moms) cut a spiral out of a 3" circle of pink construction paper and tape it on for a "curly tail." (A roll of scotch tape to hold the nose on, and a piece of masking tape for the tail)
It sounds mean to tape these on, but our noses are so oily it doesn't hurt at all. Bring a mirror so they can see how cute they look!
(I still get a giggle from saying "Go to the table and pick your nose.")

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