4 items tagged "senses"

  • Blast Off!

    June 25th, 2019

    The Books We Read:
    Roaring Rocketsby Tony Mitton

    Fox and the Jumping Contest by Corey Tabor
    It’s Only Stanley by Jon Agee

    Songs & Activities:
    We Clap and Say Hello
    To the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell"
    We clap and say "hello!"
    We clap and say "hello!"
    With our friends at storytime,
    We clap and say "hello!"

    We [fill in action--stomp, spin, jump, hop] and say "hello!"
    Credit: Jbrary

    Zoom Zoom Zoom
    Zoom, zoom, zoom we’re going to the moon.
    Zoom, zoom, zoom we’re going to the mon.
    If you want to take a trip, climb aboard our rocketship.
    Zoom, zoom, zoom we’re going to the moon.

    Far, far, far we’re soaring to the stars...

    Fun, fun, fun we’re flying to the sun...
    Credit: Jbrary

    Craft—TP Rockets:
    Look what we made with TP tubes and assorted materials!


     

  • Five Senses

    September 13th, 2016
     

    The Books We Read:
    Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
    My Five Senses by Aliki
    Rain by Manya Stojic


    Songs & Activities:
    My Five Senses
    To the tune of "Old Macdonald"
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.
    And with my eyes I can see when I work and play.
    With a look, look here and a look look there, here a look, there a look, everywhere a look, look.
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.

    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.
    I sniff the air so I can tell if something is smelly.
    With a sniff, sniff here and a sniff, sniff there, here a sniff, there a sniff, everywhere a sniff, sniff.
    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.

    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.
    And with my tongue I can taste salty, sour, and sweet.
    With a taste, taste here and a taste, taste there, here a taste, there a taste, everywhere a taste, taste.
    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.

    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.
    And if I didn't have them there, I couldn't hear this song!
    With a listen here and a listen there, here a listen, there a listen, everywhere a listen.
    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.

    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    It stretches from atop my head, all the way to my feet.
    With a touch, touch here and a touch, touch there, here a touch, there a touch, everywhere a touch, touch.
    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    Credit: preschooleducation.com

    Five Senses
    To the tune of "Where is Thumbkin?"
    Five senses, five senses. We have them. We have them.
    Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.
    There are five. There are five.
    Credit: Miss Sarah's Storytime

    Sensory Table
    We set out a variety of "Guess Whats?" to get the kids using their senses:



    What's in the bag? (Touch)  What's that smell? (Smell)  What's in the container? (Sound)

    Craft—Touch Collage:

     

     

  • Five Senses (2019)

    April 9th, 2019

    The Books We Read:
    Rain by Manya Stojic

    Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
    Little Pea by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

    Songs & Activities:
    My Five Senses
    To the tune of "Old Macdonald"
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.
    And with my eyes I can see when I work and play.
    With a look, look here and a look look there, here a look, there a look, everywhere a look, look.
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.

    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.
    I sniff the air so I can tell if something is smelly.
    With a sniff, sniff here and a sniff, sniff there, here a sniff, there a sniff, everywhere a sniff, sniff.
    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.

    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.
    And with my tongue I can taste salty, sour, and sweet.
    With a taste, taste here and a taste, taste there, here a taste, there a taste, everywhere a taste, taste.
    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.

    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.
    And if I didn't have them there, I couldn't hear this song!
    With a listen here and a listen there, here a listen, there a listen, everywhere a listen.
    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.

    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    It stretches from atop my head, all the way to my feet.
    With a touch, touch here and a touch, touch there, here a touch, there a touch, everywhere a touch, touch.
    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    Credit: preschooleducation.com

    Five Senses
    To the tune of "Where is Thumbkin?"
    Five senses, five senses. We have them. We have them.
    Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.
    There are five. There are five.
    Credit: Miss Sarah's Storytime

    Sensory Table
    We set out a variety of "Guess Whats?" to get the kids using their senses:


    What's in the bag? (Touch)  What's that smell? (Smell)  What's in the container? (Sound)

    Craft—Touch Collage:

     

     

  • Five Senses 2017

    October 17th, 2017
     

    The Books We Read:
    Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
    My Five Senses by Aliki
    Rain by Manya Stojic


    Songs & Activities:
    My Five Senses
    To the tune of "Old Macdonald"
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.
    And with my eyes I can see when I work and play.
    With a look, look here and a look look there, here a look, there a look, everywhere a look, look.
    On my face I have two eyes, I use them every day.

    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.
    I sniff the air so I can tell if something is smelly.
    With a sniff, sniff here and a sniff, sniff there, here a sniff, there a sniff, everywhere a sniff, sniff.
    On my face I have a nose, I use it carefully.

    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.
    And with my tongue I can taste salty, sour, and sweet.
    With a taste, taste here and a taste, taste there, here a taste, there a taste, everywhere a taste, taste.
    In my mouth I have one tongue, I use it when I eat.

    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.
    And if I didn't have them there, I couldn't hear this song!
    With a listen here and a listen there, here a listen, there a listen, everywhere a listen.
    On my head I have two ears, I listen all day long.

    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    It stretches from atop my head, all the way to my feet.
    With a touch, touch here and a touch, touch there, here a touch, there a touch, everywhere a touch, touch.
    On my body I have some skin that feels the cold and heat.
    Credit: preschooleducation.com

    Five Senses
    To the tune of "Where is Thumbkin?"
    Five senses, five senses. We have them. We have them.
    Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.
    There are five. There are five.
    Credit: Miss Sarah's Storytime

    Sensory Table
    We set out a variety of "Guess Whats?" to get the kids using their senses:



    What's in the bag? (Touch)  What's that smell? (Smell)  What's in the container? (Sound)

    Craft—Touch Collage:

     

     

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