Sunday, March 18, 2012

Wee Read - Pets

Books
Cat and Mouse by Ian Schoenherr










Touch and Feel Farm Animals by Julie Aigner-Clark









Songs/Rhymes
Hickory Dickory Dock
Hickory, dickory, dock
(clasp hands together and swing gently back and forth)
The mouse ran up the clock.
(run fingers up so hands end up above head)
The clock struck one,
          (clap hands once)
The mouse ran down,
          (bring arms back down in front)
Hickory, dickory, dock.
--Traditional

Here's a Little Bunny
-- from Lapsit Services for the Very Young II by Linda L. Ernst. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc, 2001. 

If You’re a Pet and You Know It

If you’re a doggie and you know it,

Say, “Woof, woof”.

If you’re a doggie and you know it,

Say, “Woof, woof”.

If you’re a doggie and you know it,

And you really want to show it,

If you’re a doggie and you know it,

Say, “Woof, woof”.

Repeat with kitty/meow, fishy/blub, hamster/run in place, bird/tweet.
--Miss Mollie


Five Little Doggies
Five little doggies in the doggie pet store.
Looking so lonely, they want a child to adore.
When along comes a child with a dollar to pay
She buys a doggie and takes him away.
--Miss Mollie



How Much is that Doggie in the Window?
How much is that doggie in the window?
The one with the waggly tail?
How much is that doggie in the window?
I do hope that doggie’s for sale.
--Traditional

Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat
We clapped out each syllable in this song.
-- Mother Goose on the Loose by Betsy Diamant-Cohen. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 2006.

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