Miss Laura’s Favorites #4

9 Mar

I focused this week’s books on very simple books that the kids could “read” with me.  It’s not too much of a theme, but the kids loved it!  I don’t know if the kids truly got Duck Duck Moose, but they loved shouting out duck and moose as we read it together.  It’s inveveitable that I always have that kid who wants to let the pigeon drive the bus, and they always answer yes… always.  And if you’ve never done Where is the Green Sheep? you don’t know what you’re missing.  It’s a very simple concept, but the kids love it every single time I use it.  The kids had a great time with this storytime, a few meltdowns – we’re so sick of the snow here!  But otherwise, we made it and I’ve gotten most of the group hooked on Bananas Unite (which is awesome!)

Opening: “Put Your Hands Up In the Air”

Puppet Meet & Greet: Meet Woolly (monkey puppet)

ASL Sign: Mom (tap “5 hand” at chin)

Early Literacy Tip: There are great picture books available that have very few words that your children can “read” with your help! Ask a librarian to help you find a few!

Book 1: Duck Duck Moose by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen

Transition: “5 Little Monkeys”

Wiggles:Bananas Unite

Book 2: Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems

Transition: “If You’re Happy and You Know It” Indian Elephant Tea The Big Kidz Band

Wiggles: Everyone Can March

Book 3: Where is the Green Sheep? by Mem Fox

Closing: “Shake My Sillies Out” Puppet Show

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