Thursday, September 03, 2009

Flannels, Songs and Story Extensions

Time of Day Activities created by Lisa:
Part 1
Part 2

Books That Translate Into Flannel or Puppet Stories
Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle.
Hickory Dickory Dock by Alan Baker
Hickory Dickory Dock (Traditional version)
Sam Who Never Forgets by Eve Rice
When the Rooster Crowed by Patricia Lillie

Storytime Songs
Brush Your Teeth (Singable Songs for the Very Young - Raffi)
The Clock Goes (Wee Sing for Baby)
Hammer Hammer Hammer (Ella Jenkins & A Union of Friends…)
Hickory Dickory Dock (Disney Babies Playtime)
Hickory Dickory Dock (Wee Sing for Baby)
Johnny Works With One Hammer (Children’s All-Time Favorites)

Are You Sleeping?
Are you sleeping, are you sleeping?
Brother John, Brother John
Morning bells are ringing, morning bells are ringing
Ding dang dong, ding dang dong

Cuckoo Clock
Tick tock, tock tock, I’m a little cuckoo clock
Tick tock, tick tock. Now it’s striking one o’clock.
Cuckoo!
(Keep going until you reach twelve o’clock,
adding more cuckoos each time)


I Have Ten Little Fingers
I have one, I have two, I have three little fingers
I have four, I have five, I have six little fingers
I have seven, I have eight, I have nine little fingers
Ten little fingers on my hand
They can clap
They can clap
They can clap in the MORNING
They can clap
They can clap
They can clap in the EVENING
They can clap
They can clap
They can clap in the MOONLIGHT
Ten little fingers on my hand.

-They can shake…
-They can dance…

Oh Me Oh My
At breakfast time, oh me, oh my
Milk spilled on my blanket – oh me, oh my
Have to wash my blanket
And leave it out to dry

At lunch time, oh me, oh my
Peanut butter spilled on my blanket – oh me, oh my
Have to wash my blanket
And leave it out to dry

At snack time, oh me, oh my
Mustard spilled on my blanket – oh me, oh my
Have to wash my blanket
And leave it out to dry

At dinner time, oh me, oh my
Spaghetti spilled on my blanket – oh me, oh my
Have to wash my blanket
And leave it out to dry

At bed time, oh me, oh my
Cocoa spilled on my blanket – oh me, oh my
Have to wash my blanket
And leave it out to dry.

This is the Way We Get Out of Bed
(Tune: “Mulberry Bush”)
This is the way we get out of bed, get out of bed, get out of bed.
This is the way we get out of bed, so early in the morning.

-This is the way we brush our teeth…
-This is the way we eat our breakfast…
-This is the way we go for a walk…

Tick Tock, Match My Clock
Tick, tock, match my clock
Tick, tock, match my clock
Round and round, and then we’ll stop

"The big hand is on the twelve, the little hand is on the three. It’s three o’clock!"
(Children can use their hands to imitate the hands of the clock)

When Mice Get Up in the Morning
When mice get up in the morning, they always say, “Good day.”
When mice get up in the morning, they always say, “Good day.”
Squeak, squeak! Squeak, squeak! That is what they say.
Squeak, squeak! Squeak, squeak! That is what they say.
Repeat with other animals.

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