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.

To Market, To Market
This Little Piggy


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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