Tickle Story Time – Baby

Opening song

Book: We’ve all got Bellybuttons! by David Martin, illustrated by Randy Cecil

We've All Got Bellybuttons

Song: “The Wheels on the Bus” including “The parents on the bus go tickle, tickle, tickle”

Rhyme:
Dance your fingers up
Dance your fingers down
Dance your fingers to the side
Dance’em all around!

Dance’em on your tummy
Dance’em on your head
Dance’em on your shoulders
And dance’em off to bed.

Rhyme: Roly poly every so slowly (roll arms)
Roly poly faster, faster, faster!

Book: Tickle Time! by Sandra Boynton

Tickle Time

Song: “Baby’s Hokey Pokey” – Georgiana Stewart: Baby Face

Rhyme:

These are baby’s fingers, (touch child’s fingers)
These are baby’s toes, (touch child’s toes)|
This is baby’s belly button, (touch child’s tummy)
Round and round it goes! (gently tickle child’s tummy)

Song: Rickety rickety rocking horse
Over the hills we go
Rickety rickety rocking horse
Giddy-up, giddy-up, Whoa! (hug)

Book: Piggies by Don and Audrey Wood, illustrated by Don Wood

Rhyme: Pizza, pickle, pumpernickel
My little baby deserves a tickle! [tickle baby]
One for her nose, and one for her toes
And one for her belly where the hot dog goes!

Song (with shaky eggs): “Little Sack of Sugar” – Elizabeth Mitchell: You Are My Flower

Closing rhyme

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Tickle Story Time – Baby

Opening song

Book: We’ve All Got Bellybuttons by David Martin, illustrated by Randy Cecil

weve all got bellybuttons

Rhyme: Pizza, pickle, pumpernickel
My little baby deserves a tickle! [tickle baby]
One for her nose, and one for her toes
And one for her belly where the hot dog goes!

Book: Tickle Time! by Sandra Boynton

tickle time

Song: “The Wheels on the Bus”

The wheels on the bus…
The horn on the bus…
The parents on the bus go tickle, tickle, tickle…
Babies on the bus go hee, hee, hee…

Rhyme: These are baby’s fingers, (touch child’s fingers)
These are baby’s toes, (touch child’s toes)
This is baby’s belly button, (touch child’s tummy)
Round and round it goes! (gently tickle child’s tummy)

Song: “Roll your Hands” – Carol Totsky Hammett: Toddlers on Parade

Book: Ten Little Fingers by Annie Kubler

ten little fingers

Rhyme: Roly poly ever so slowly [slowly roll baby’s hands]
Roly poly faster faster faster faster! [roll hands faster]

Rhyme: The little clock goes tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock (swing baby side to side)
The big clock goes ding-dong, ding-dong, ding-dong (swing baby front to back)

Song (with shaky eggs): “Little Sack of Sugar” – Elizabeth Mitchell: You are my Flower

Closing rhyme