Sign language for kitten
Book: Flip, Flap, Fly by Phyllis Root, illustrated by David Walker
Rhyme (fingerplay): Up a Hill
Here goes a turtle up a hill, creepy, creepy, creepy, creepy [crawl up arm]
Here goes a rabbit up the hill, boing, boing, boing, boing [bounce up arm]
Here goes an elephant up the hill, thud, thud, thud, thud [clap up arm]
Here goes a snake up the hill, slither, slither, slither, slither [slither up arm]
Here comes a rock down the hill, boom, boom, boom, boom, CRASH! [bounce down, clap hands for crash]
Rhyme (fingerplay): Two little kittens sitting on a hill
One named Jack and one named Jill
Run away Jack, run away Jill
Come back Jack, come back Jill
Song: “Hands Go Up and Down” – Fisher Price: Babbles to Books
Book: How Do You Make a Baby Smile? by Philemon Sturges, illustrated by Bridget Strevens-Marzo
Flannel: Chickie, Stop and Go by Norman Gorbaty (credit: Sunflower Storytime)
Rhyme: Roly poly ever so slowly [slowly roll baby’s hands]
Roly poly faster faster faster faster! [roll hands faster]
Book: Whose Baby Am I? by John Butler
Song: “Let’s Tap our Feet Together” (Tune: “The More We Get Together”)
Let’s tap our feet together, together, together,Let’s tap our feet together, because it’s fun to do.
Let’s clap our hands….
Let’s touch our nose…
Let’s touch our ears…
Flannel: This little chick (Credit: dltk-teach.com)
This little chick is black.
She stands in the barnyard on a big haystack.
This little chick is brown.
She is feeling sad and wearing a frown.
This little chick is yellow.
She’s friends with the rooster; he’s a handsome fellow.
This little chick is white.
She dances and plays, oh what a sight.
This little chick is purple.
She spends her day running around in a circle.
This little chick is green.
She is the prettiest chick I’ve ever seen.
This little chick is blue.
She lays eggs for me and you.
This little chick is pink.
She goes down to the pond to get a drink.
All of these chicks live at the farm,
Out in the big red barn.
Rhyme: Tick tock, tick tock, I’m a little cuckoo clock (swing baby side to side)
Tick tock, tick tock, stop!
What time is it? It’s one-o-clock.
Cuckoo! (lift baby)
Song (with shaky eggs): “Kitty Cat” – Laura Doherty: Kids in the City