Sign language for horse and cow
Book: Baby Says “Moo!” by JoAnn Early Macken, illustrated by David Walker
Rhyme: Rickety rickety rocking horse (bounce)
Over the hills we go,
Rickety rickety rocking horse
Giddy-up, giddy-up, whoa! (hug baby)
Book: Clip-clop by Nicola Smee
Song: Did you ever see a baby, a baby, a baby?
Did you ever see a baby go this way and that? (lean side to side)
Go this way and that way and this way and that way (lean front to back, side to side)
Did you ever see a baby go this way and that? (lean front to back)
Rhyme: Trot, trot, trot to Boston (gently bounce baby on your knees)
Trot, trot, trot to Lynn.
Look out baby
You’re going to fall in (lower knees)
Book: A Birthday for Cow by Jan Thomas
Song: (tune: Row, row, row your boat)
Hop, hop, hop along (bounce)
Or bounce on someone’s knee,
Higher and higher and higher and higher,
Bunny hop with me.
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)
Book (choral reading): Are you a Cow? by Sandra Boynton
Song (with jingle bells): “Bell Horses” – Bob McGrath: The Baby Record
Song (with jingle bells): “Happy Trails” – Cowboy Envy: Cowboy Playground