Music and Movement October 9th 2015

October 9, 2015 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment

October 9th, 2015

Books

Monsters Don’t Eat Broccoli by Barbara Jean Hicks

Music
I Want Chocolate Pie by Mr. Eric – The Big Silly
Fruit Salad Salsa by Laurie BerknerVictor Vito
Popcorn by RaffiCorner Grocery Store
Popcorn Parachute by Michael Plunkett – Shakin’ the Chute
Popcorn by Joanie Leeds – I’m a Rock Star

Songs, Rhymes & Fingerplays

Movement Activity: Today is Monday

Today is Monday, today is Monday.
Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Tuesday, today is Tuesday.
Tuesday spaghetti, Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Wednesday, today is Wednesday.
Wednesday soup, Tuesday spaghetti, Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Thursday, today is Thursday.
Thursday PIZZA, Wednesday soup, Tuesday spaghetti, Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Friday, today is Friday. Friday fresh fish,
Thursday PIZZA, Wednesday soup, Tuesday spaghetti, Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Saturday, today is Saturday.
Saturday chicken, Friday fresh fish, Thursday PIZZA, Wednesday soup, Tuesday spaghetti,
Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Today is Sunday, today is Sunday.
Sunday ice-cream, Saturday chicken, Friday fresh fish, Thursday PIZZA, Wednesday soup, Tuesday spaghetti, Monday string beans.
All you hungry children, come and eat it up!

Rhyme: 10 Red Apples

Ten red apples grow on a tree (Both hands high)
Five for you and five for me. (Dangle one hand and then the other)
Let us shake the tree just so (Shake body)
And ten red apples will fall below (Hands fall)
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10. (Count each finger)

Song: A Little Pancake

Pop a little pancake into the pan,
Pop a little pancake into the pan,
Pop a little pancake into the pan,
That’s for my dinner today!

Shake on some sugar with a shake, shake, shake
Shake on some sugar with a shake, shake, shake
Shake on some sugar with a shake, shake, shake
That’s for my dinner today!

Drop on some honey with a drip, drip, drip,
Drop on some honey with a drip, drip, drip,
Drop on some honey with a drip, drip, drip,
That’s for my dinner today!

Felt Board Rhyme: Flip Flap Jack

There was a man made of food, made of food, made of food
There was a man made of food
And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
And he danced upon the table, the table, the table
He danced upon the table
And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
His head was made of a pancake, a pancake, a pancake
His head was made of a pancake,
And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
And he danced upon the table, the table, the table
He danced upon the table
And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
His eyes were made of blueberries, blueberries, blueberries
His eyes were made of blueberries
And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
And he danced upon the table, the table, the table
He danced upon the table And his name was Flip Flap Jack.
Repeat the phrasing with:

  • ears/oranges
  • nose/strawberry
  • mouth/sausage
  • hair/whipped cream
  • body/waffle
  • arms/bananas
  • legs/bacon
  • feet/French toast
  • bellybutton/raspberry.
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The library has many of the books and music we use in our storytimes in the collection, so you can check them out and use them at home. We also get resources from MelCat, our inter-library loan system. For help finding these materials, stop by the Youth Desk.

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