Family Storytime: 24 Creative Programs for All Ages by Rob Reid

By Rob Reid

This new ebook from best-selling writer Rob Reid positive aspects tales, fingerplays, songs, and move actions to reinforce the time households spend on the library. Brimming with all new fabric, "More relatives Storytimes" deals useful, artistic, and lively storytime courses that may captivate audiences of every age with: application plans at a look; enticing actions; and, proper topics. should you beloved "Family Storytime", you will adore the inventive and vigorous principles during this publication.

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ADDITIONAL POEMS ‘‘An Elephant Is Hard to Hide” by Jack Prelutsky from Something Big Has Been Here. “The Handiest Nose” by Aileen Fisher from Side by Side: Poems to Read Together, edited by Lee Bennett Hopkins. “Hippopotamus” by Mary Ann Hoberman from Yellow Butter, Purple Jelly, Red Jam, Black Bread.  Link from Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young, edited by Jack Prelutsky. “I Want a Pet Porcupine, Mother” by Jack Prelutsky from Something Big Has Been Here. “The Rhinoceros” by Ogden Nash from Once upon a Rhyme, edited by Sara and Stephen Corrin.

Have the audience slap their legs and echo the lines. Chorus: We're bear cubs going on a bear hunt. Gonna have a lot of fun. What a big adventure. C'mon everyone. Bye warm cave . (Wave goodbye) Through tall grass. Swish­swish, swish­swish.  Very wet. Splash­splash, splash­splash.  Grubs inside. Crawl­crawl, crawl­crawl.  Watch your step. Squish­squash, squish­squash.  What can we see? Climb­climb, climb­climb. (Make climbing motions) What's that smell? (Sniff the air) Sure smells good. Down­down, down­down.

Page 53 “Migratin'” by Sally Rogers from What Can One Little Person Do? “Songbirds” by Jack Grunsky from Jumpin′ Jack. ADDITIONAL FINGERPLAYS AND MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES “Five Little Birdies” traditional Five little birdies lived in a tree, Father, (Hold up one finger) Mother, (Hold up second finger) And babies three. (Hold up three more fingers) Father caught a worm, (Wiggle one finger) Mother caught a bug, (Wiggle hand) The three little babies Began to tug. ’’ (Cross arms) Page 54 “A Wise Old Owl” traditional A wise old owl sat in an oak, (Circle hands around eyes) The more he heard, (Cup ears) The less he spoke.

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