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This is the companion post to One Theme, Three Storytimes: Outer Space in which I list three (OK five) related plans using various books and activities for different ages and sizes of storytimes. In this post I’m sharing the words and descriptions for the songs & activities. First, for my Baby Storytime, I do these four elements every week, and the words and citations are at this page. A-Hunting We Will Go. This is Big Big Big. Next, my current Good Morning song is adapted from the Greg and Steve “Good Morning” song , on We All Live Together vol 2. I learned this when my kids were in preschool from their classroom teachers and it still makes me smile. Higher, Higher , by Leslie Patricelli. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (my own big book). Astronaut Piggy-Wiggy , by Diane Fox & Christyan Fox. Moon Rope , by Lois Ehlert. How to Catch a Star , by Oliver Jeffers. One Little Rocket Went Out to Play. One Alien Went Out to Play. Sing to: Five Little Ducks Went Out to Play. This I adapted a long time ago for my Moon and Rockets Baby Storytime , but I’ve seen that others have independently adapted it too. I borrowed the suit verse and zip action from SLC Book Boy’s Outer Space Storytime. For the babies I do three verses, boots, gloves, helmet. for the older kids I add the suit. Johnny Looked at the Moon. I learned this from Jbrary. They learned it from Kathy Reid-Naiman’s music CD Zoom Zoom Cuddle and Croon. This was a big hit with all ages, all sizes of storytimes. It worked really well paired after If You’re Going to the Moon. “Now that we’re all suited up, let’s take a trip. I’m a Little Rocket. Sing to: I’m a Little Teapot. This I borrowed from Kelly’s Five Little Rockets Flannel Friday post –she learned it from NASA. Normally I don’t sing piggyback songs to I’m a Little Teapot because the tune gives me fits and I can’t sing it well, but I made an exception because I loved the “nose cone” and “fins” vocabulary…in fact I made it the basis for several of my... For this I used my new flannelboard Outer Space Set. I handed out one of the white and yellow stars, the moons, and the planets to each of the toddlers, and asked them to come up one by one and put them anywhere they wanted. I had them come up piece by piece, first the yellow stars, then the white stars, etc. It wasn’t perfect but most of the grownups were able to help their children wait for the appropriate time. When all the pieces were on the board we admired our handiwork, then sang Twinkle Twinkle Little Star together. From Jbrary’s Guest Poster Julie I took the idea to make my moons be in different phases. I’m Going Out in Space. When my groups were too big to hand out pieces, I chose a few pieces from the outer space set and sang this song. I do this a lot with my babies with different themes: going to the beach, the park, or “It’s wintertime you know,” all sorts of ways. After each verse, we’d look at what I put on the board and talk about it a little bit. “What color is this star. I mentioned this game in my Outer Space Set post and Miss Mary Liberry plays it too. Put up a mix of shapes on the board, then either turn the board towards you while you take one piece away, or hold up a piece of cardboard or a plastic bin lid to hide your actions from your group. See if the kids can guess which is missing. Once they got the hang of it, I would take away 2 or 3 pieces at a time. Galaxy Stretch and Catch a Star. I learned this from Annie, who shared it in the comments of my Moon and Rockets post. I’ve since seen it lots of places but haven’t been able to track down the original citation–does anyone know. From Tara’s blog I borrowed the idea to pair a “star-catching” activity with Oliver Jeffers’ book How to Catch a Star. I read it to a smaller Family storytime group, and we did the Galaxy Stretch, and while they were all still on tiptoe I walked around as Miss Tara did and gave every child one of the flannel star pieces from the Outer Space Set. They really had to stretch to grab them, it was very fun. When everyone had their star, I invited. Source: Mel's Desk
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‘Rhyming Stories - language practice activities workbook’. The spelling and pronunciation of English words can be confusing. However, understanding the patterns of English can greatly assist in remembering correct spelling and pronunciation of English words. This book, ‘Rhyming Stories - language practice workbook’, contains vocabulary building activities, spelling activities, crosswords, and word gap activities to be used in conjunction with the ‘Rhyming Stories’ storybook (A5 reader). Each section deals with and demonstrates different sounds of English and builds an understanding of the patterns of English spelling and pronunciation. ‘Rhyming Stories’ and ‘Rhyming Stories - language practice activities workbook’ will be a valuable aid to learners of all ages and will provide the most...
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