1 Cozy Corner Online Resources Chants and Fingerplays These traditional rhymes will enhance children and families enjoyment and support learning within each Cozy Corner Storytime theme. Pages may be reproduced for use with Cozy Corner Storytime. Theme 1: Up, Down, All Around! Do Your Ears Hang Low? Opposites Here We Go Looby Loo The Grand Old Duke of York Theme 2: Jump for Joy! Five Little Monkeys I Am Special Friend of Mine Theme 3: On the Move! Going to Look for Lions Little Trip The Ants Go Marching Theme 4: Snap, Crackle, Moo! What Do the Farm Animals Say? The Beehive Theme 5: Munch a Bunch! Apple Tree Aiken Drum Green Grapes
2 (Cozy Corner Online Resources, cont d) Theme 6: 1, 2, 3! Repeat After Me! Five Little Ducks Ten in the Bed Over in the Meadow Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Theme 7: Beep! Beep! Vroom! I Spy (Vehicles) Red, Green, and Yellow Lights The Wheels on the Bus Theme 8: Splish! Splash! Five Green and Speckled Frogs There Was a Little Turtle The Fish in the Pond Five Little Fish Theme 9: Rain or Sun, Stories Are Fun! It s Raining, It s Pouring Under My Umbrella One Misty, Moisty Morning Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears! Five Little Teddy Bears Baby Bears The Bear Went Over the Mountain Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Goin on a Bear Hunt
3 Do Your Ears Hang Low? Do your ears hang low? (Circle hands down from each ear.) Do they wobble to and fro? (Sway hands from side to side.) Can you tie them in a knot? (Make knot-tying action.) Can you tie them in a bow? (Make bow-tying action.) Can you toss them over your shoulder ( Toss them over one shoulder.) Like a regimental soldier? (Salute and march.) Do your ears hang low? Theme 1: Up, Down, All Around!
4 Opposites Clap your hands up high, As high as can be; Clap your hands down low, Way down, just like me. (Continue with other parts of the body and motions stomping slowly/quickly, etc.) Theme 1: Up, Down, All Around!
5 Here We Go Looby Loo (start with the chorus) Here we go looby loo Here we go looby lie Here we go looby loo All on a Saturday night. I reach way, way up high I reach way, way down low I give my body a shake, shake, shake And turn myself about. (repeat chorus) Theme 1: Up, Down, All Around!
6 The Grand Old Duke of York The Grand old Duke of York, he had ten thousand men. He marched them up to the top of the hill and he marched them down again. When they were up, they were up and when they were down, they were down And when they were only halfway up they were neither up nor down. Theme 1: Up, Down, All Around!
7 Five Little Monkeys Five little monkeys jumping on the bed. One fell off and bumped his head. Mama called the doctor, and the doctor said, No more monkeys jumping on the bed! Four little monkeys. Three little monkeys. Two little monkeys. One little monkey jumping on the bed. She fell off and bumped her head. Mama called the doctor, and the doctor said, Well, no more monkeys jumping on the bed! Theme 2: Jump for Joy!
8 I Am Special (to the tune of Frère Jacques ) I am special (point to self), I am special (point to self). If you look (point to children), you will see Someone very special (hug self), someone very special (hug self). It is me, (point to self proudly) it is me!! (point to self proudly) You are special (point to another person), you are special (point to another person). If you look (point to children), you will see Someone very special (clap hands while looking at others), someone very special (clap hands while looking at others) Can you see? (nod heads and/or sing:) Yes, we see. Theme 2: Jump for Joy!
9 Friend of Mine (to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb ) Will you meet a friend of mine? Friend of mine? Friend of mine? Will you meet a friend of mine? This is my friend. (Fill in name.) Theme 2: Jump for Joy!
10 Going to Look for Lions We're going to look for lions, We re going to see a big one, We are not afraid! We have each other! Look, over there. Tall grass! Wavy grass. We can t go over it. We can t go under it. We ll have to go through it! Swish, swash, swish, swash! (Repeat, using other elements such as river, mud, forest. At the end, use a whispering voice to say the last refrain.) Theme 3: On the Move!
11 Little Trip (to the tune of We re Going on a Lion Hunt ) Going on a little trip, little trip, little trip Going on a little trip. We re leaving right away. Going to the [name of destination], [name of destination], [name of destination] Going to the [name of destination] What will we see? We might see a [name of something], [name of something], [name of something] We might see a [name of something] I wish we could stay all day. Theme 3: On the Move!
12 The Ants Go Marching The ants go marching one by one, Hurrah, Hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, Hurrah, Hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, The little one stops to suck his thumb (Refrain) And they all go marching down to the sea to get out of the rain, BOOM, BOOM, BOOM! two by two/the little one stops to tie her shoe three by three/the little one stops to climb a tree four by four/the little one stops his feet are sore five by five/the little one stops to get a ride. (Refrain) (Older children can continue:) six by six/the little one stops to pick up sticks. seven by seven/the little one stops to look at Kevin. eight by eight/the little one stops to shut the gate. nine by nine/the little one stops to check the time. ten by ten/the little one stops to say the end! Theme 3: On the Move!
13 What Do the Farm Animals Say? (to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb ) Little pigs say oink, oink, oink, Oink, oink, oink, oink, oink, oink. Little pigs say oink, oink, oink, All day long. - Cows say moo, moo, moo, - Lambs say baa, baa, baa, - Kitty cats say meow, meow, meow, - Doggies say woof, woof, woof, - Roosters say cock-a-doodle-doo,. Theme 4: Snap, Crackle, Moo!
14 The Beehive Here is the beehive (Make fist, with thumb enclosed.) Where are the bees? (Shrug shoulders.) Hidden away where nobody sees. (Place other hand over "hive" as if to hide it.) Watch and you'll see them come out of the hive (Closely watch "hive.") One, two, three, four, five. (One finger, beginning with thumb, comes out on each count.) "Buzz-z-z-z-z-z." (Flutter fingers, and fly away.) Theme 4: Snap, Crackle, Moo!
15 Apple Tree Way up high in the apple tree, Two big apples smiled at me. I shook that tree as hard as I could. Down came the apples, Mmmmmmm they were good! Theme 5: Munch a Bunch!
16 Aiken Drum (to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb ) There was a man who lived in the moon, Lived in the moon, Lived in the moon. There was a man who lived in the moon, And his name was Aiken Drum. (chorus) And he played upon a ladle, A ladle, a ladle. He played upon a ladle, And his name was Aiken Drum. (additional choruses) And his hat was made of broccoli And his coat was made of cheese And his belt was made of licorice And his pants were made of drumsticks Theme 5: Munch a Bunch!
17 Green Grapes Five green grapes growing on a vine. (Hold up five fingers.) I picked one cause it looked so fine! (Touch thumb and fold it down.) Four green grapes growing on a vine. (Four fingers up.) I picked another for my Valentine! (Touch index finger & fold down.) Three green grapes growing on a vine. (Three fingers up.) I ate another, I couldn t decline! (Touch middle finger and fold down.) Two green grapes growing on a vine. (Two fingers up.) I ate another in the sunshine. (Touch ring finger and fold down.) One green grape growing on a vine (Hold up little finger.) I ate it too, cause they were all mine! (Fold down little finger.) Theme 5: Munch a Bunch!
18 Five Little Ducks Five little ducks went out one day Over the hills and far away, When Mommy duck called "quack, quack, quack," Only four little ducks came back. (Continue: Four went out/three came back, etc.) One little duck went out one day Over the hills and far away, When Mommy duck called "quack, quack, quack," No little ducks came wandering back. No little ducks went out one day Over the hills and far away, When Mommy duck called "quack, quack, quack," All five little ducks came wandering back! Theme 6: 1, 2, 3! Repeat After Me!
19 Ten in the Bed There were ten in the bed, and the little one said, Roll over, roll over! They all rolled over and one fell out. There were nine in the bed, and the little one said, Roll over, roll over! (continue down to ) There was one in the bed and the little one said, Good night! Theme 6: 1, 2, 3! Repeat After Me!
20 Over in the Meadow Over in the meadow, In the sand in the sun Lived an old mother toadie And her little toadie one "Wink!" said the mother; "I wink!" said the one, So they winked and they blinked In the sand in the sun Over in the meadow, Where the stream runs blue Lived an old mother fish And her little fishes two "Swim!" said the mother; "We swim!" said the two, So they swam and they leaped Where the stream runs blue (Continue with robins three, muskrats four, honeybees five, and so on as you wish through ten.) Theme 6: 1, 2, 3! Repeat After Me!
21 Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Touch the ground. Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Turn around. Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Show your shoe. Teddy bear, Teddy bear, That will do. Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Turn out the light. Teddy bear, Teddy bear, Say good night. Theme 6: 1, 2, 3! Repeat After Me!
22 I Spy (Vehicles) I spy something that is red; Stand up, turn around, Point to the thing that s red. (Repeat with other color names while looking for transportation vehicles. Can also be played while spying other ordinary object or even clothing children are wearing.) I spy every color I know; Stand up, turn around, The world is a rainbow! Theme 7: Beep! Beep! Vroom!
23 Red, Green, and Yellow Lights [to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star ] Red and green and yellow lights, On the corner shinning bright. Red means stop and green means go, Yellow means go very slow. Red and green and yellow lights, On the corner shinning bright. Theme 7: Beep! Beep! Vroom!
24 The Wheels on the Bus The wheels on the bus go round and round, (Roll forearms over one another in front of the body) Round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round, All day long. (Continue verse pattern with:] The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep, (Tap on your nose.) The lights on the bus go blink, blink, blink, (Open and shut hands.) The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish, (Move arms like windshield wipers.) The driver on the bus says, Move on back. (Make a hitchhiker s thumb and gesture behind you.) Theme 7: Beep! Beep! Vroom!
25 Five Green and Speckled Frogs Five green and speckled frogs (Hold up five fingers.) Sit on a hollow log, Eating the most delicious bugs Yum, yum! (Smack lips and rub belly.) One jumps into the pool (Make diving gesture with hands.) Where it is nice and cool Now there are four green speckled frogs. (Hold up four fingers.) Glub, glub. (Continue: four, three, two ) One green and speckled frog He jumps into the pool (Make diving gesture with hands.) Where it is nice and cool Now there are no green speckled frogs (Wag finger no ) Glub, glub. (Cross arms.) Theme 8: Splish! Splash!
26 There Was a Little Turtle There was a little turtle. He lived in a box. He swam in a puddle. He climbed on the rocks. He snapped at a mosquito. (Make snapping motion.) He snapped at a flea. (Make snapping motion.) He snapped at a minnow. (Make snapping motion.) He snapped at me. (Make snapping motion.) He caught the mosquito. (Hold fingers as if to catch the mosquito.) He caught the flea. (Hold fingers as if to catch the mosquito.) He caught the minnow. (Hold fingers as if to catch the mosquito.) But, he didn t catch me! Theme 8: Splish! Splash!
27 The Fish in the Pond (to the tune of The Wheels on the Bus ) The fish in the pond goes Splish, splash, splish (make splashing motion) Splish, splash, splish (make splashing motion) Splish, splash, splish (make splashing motion) The fish in the pond goes Splish, splash, splish (make splashing motion) All morning long! (continue:) The frog in the pond Hop, hop, hop (make hopping motion with hands). The duck in the pond Quack, quack, quack (make quacking motion with hands). The turtle in the pond Snap, snap, snap (make snapping motion with hands). Theme 8: Splish! Splash!
28 Five Little Fish (to the tune of Five Little Ducks ) Five little fish went out to play (hold up one hand; wiggle your fingers) When the mommy fish called with a glub, glub, glub (say glub somewhat quietly) Four little fish came swimming back. (put one finger down to show four) (Continue until there are no more fish.) But when the mommy fish calls with a GLUB, GLUB, GLUB! (say glub very loudly) Five little fish came swimming back! (wiggle all five fingers in a fast motion) Theme 8: Splish! Splash!
29 It s Raining, It s Pouring It s raining, it s pouring, (Wiggle fingers, move arms downward like rain.) The old man is snoring. He bumped his head (Light tap the side of your head.) On the side of the bed And couldn t get up in the morning.(rest head on hands as if sleeping.) Theme 9: Rain or Sun, Stories Are Fun!
30 Under My Umbrella Under my umbrella, I am dry (Cup hand above index finger.) When it s raining my oh my. (Fingers wiggle like rain coming down.) I wait until the raindrops stop. (Clap hands together on the word stop.) Now no umbrella on my top! (Just hold up index finger.) Theme 9: Rain or Sun, Stories Are Fun!
31 One Misty, Moisty Morning One misty, moisty morning, When cloudy was the weather, I chanced to meet an old man Dressed all in leather. He began to compliment, And I began to grin, With how do you do? And how do you do? And how do you do, again? Theme 9: Rain or Sun, Stories Are Fun!
32 Five Little Teddy Bears Five little teddy bears standing in a line. The first one said, "I'm feeling fine." The second one said, "Let's go and play." The third one said, "Let's play all day!" The fourth one said, "Let's run and run and run." The fifth one said, "Stories are fun!" Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears!
33 Baby Bears Five baby bears in the bed, (Hold up five fingers.) One rolled over and hit his head. (Put both hands on head.) Four baby bears in the bed, (Hold up four fingers.) One bear left to eat some bread. (Pretend to eat.) Three baby bears in the bed, (Hold up three fingers.) It s time to go! one baby bear said. (Put hands on face.) Two baby bears in the bed, (Hold up two fingers.) One asked for a story to be read. (Put hands on hips.) One baby bear in the bed, (Hold up one finger.) He s comfy under the whole bedspread! (Put both hands on side of face and pretend to go to sleep.) Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears!
34 The Bear Went Over the Mountain The bear went over the mountain, The bear went over the mountain, The bear went over the mountain, To see what he could see. To see what he could see, To see what he could see. The other side of the mountain, The other side of the mountain, The other side of the mountain, Was all that he could see. Was all that he could see, Was all that he could see, The other side of the mountain, Was all that he could see! Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears!
35 Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. (refrain:) Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! When the blazing sun is gone, When there's nothing he shines upon, Then you show your little light, Twinkle, twinkle, through the night. (refrain) In the dark blue sky so deep Through my curtains often peep For you never close your eyes Til the morning sun does rise (refrain) Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears!
36 Goin' on a Bear Hunt (to the tune of We re Going on a Lion Hunt ) We re goin' to look for bears. I'm not afraid. What's that? Tall grass! (Sweep arms; make swishing sound) We re goin to look for bears. I'm not afraid. What's that? A tall tree! (Demonstrate shimmy up, then down) We re goin to look for bears. I'm not afraid. What's that? Ooohh mud! (March through mud; make sloshing mud sounds) We re goin to look for bears. I'm not afraid. What's that? A wide river! We're goin to have to swim it. (Swim) We re goin to look for bears. I'm not afraid What's that? A dark cave (Make gestures and sounds) Can't see anything, can feel something, can hear something. Better use our flashlights (Take out flashlight and flick it on) Oh it's a bear! RUN! (Run in place) Theme 10: Imagine That! Bears!
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NURSERY RHYME INDEX NURSERY RHYME FORMAT TITLE of ITEM PUBLISHER Date ITEM # Apples and Bananas CD Classroom Song Bank CD Lakeshore RR634 Apples and Bananas CD Where Is Thumbkin? CD Childcraft 70019808
Vocabulary Activities: (compiled by Mekel Bromley) Ball Toss: Any soft ball may be used to practice vocabulary and answering questions. The teacher simply tosses the ball to a student and asks a question.
Teachers Notes The Scottish Road Safety Campaign have developed a series of Gym Cards to support activities at Level A in Streetsense. The Gym Cards can either be used in conjunction with specific Level
Miraculous Catches of Fish Scripture: Luke 5:1-11; John 21:1-6 Objective: God has a Plan! Bible Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you
Good Night Baby Good night baby I hope you have sweet dreams We ve turned the page on this day And now it s time to sleep Good night baby It s faster than it seems I used to be the baby And my mom sang
Purpose: To develop physical and motor skills and promote health and well-being The physical and motor development domain includes the physical and motor skills and abilities that emerge during the infant
Kevin s Adventure Kevin is a Formosan Black Bear. He lives in the mountains in Yushan National Park in Taiwan. Kevin likes to eat berries and bugs and practice Chinese yo-yo and Kung Fu. One day Mother
The Colors of Christmas A Children s Celebration of the Nativity By Dottie Lafferty Setting: Scene: Characters: Opening: Child1: Child2: Child3: Child4: Child5: Grandma s Living Room The only props will
English for Spanish Speakers Second Edition s 2 Caroline Nixon & Michael Tomlinson 1 2 There are pencils in the classroom, yes there are. There s a cupboard on the pencils, yes there is. There s a ruler
Jesus Is God s Gift, Born on Christmas Jesus Is God s Gift, Born on Christmas Lesson 1 Bible Point Jesus Is God s Gift Bible Verse Jesus is God s gift (adapted from Isaiah 9:6a). Growing Closer to Jesus
Developing Fundamental Movement Skills GENERAL OVERVIEW OF CATCH Being able to catch a ball is vital in order to play many team games (such as netball, Gaelic football, rugby, baseball, cricket and basketball)
Family Child Care Home Instructional Unit: LAND ANIMALS Family Child Care Home Instructional Unit: LAND ANIMALS AUTHOR Dr. Janice Wood Crawford Early Literacy Faculty Fellow The Instructional Units presented
Tracks of a Panda by Nick Dowson, Illustrated by Yu Rong Scripted for Readers Theater by Karen Antikajian Narrator 1: Narrator 6: Narrator 2: Narrator 7: Narrator 3: Narrator 8: Narrator 4: Fact Announcer
Songwords & activity sheets for FIRST RHYMES (FIRCD004) 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Baa Baa Black Sheep 4 Hickory Dickory Dock 5 Jack And Jill 6 Humpty Dumpty 7 Grand Old Duke Of York 8 Hey Diddle Diddle