Storytime Share – Early Literacy: Visual Whole-Part-Whole Relationships 2

Standard: Early Literacy: Visual Whole-Part-Whole Relationships

Specific skill focused on: (Body Parts)

 

Song: “Shake My Sillies Out” (Raffi, Singable Songs for the Very Young)

Book: Seven Blind Mice by Ed Young

Song: “You’re an Elephant” (Geof Johnson, Exercise Party)

Book: Monkey Face by Frank Asch (This story also makes a good flannel story)

Activity: Eyes, Ears, and Nose Game – The kids looked at pictures of a recognizable body part of an animal (elephant trunk, rabbit ears, duck feet) and guessed which animal it belonged to. They really seemed to enjoy this activity, and it was easy to put together. I made cards with the animal’s picture on one side and the picture of just the body part on the other.

Song: “Toe Leg Knee” (Jim Gill, Jim Gill Sings Do Re Mi on His Toe Leg Knee)

Book: Feet Go to Sleep by Barbara Bottner

Song: “Get on the Good Foot” (James Brown, A Child’s Celebration of Soul)

Book: Nose to Toes, You Are Yummy! by Tim Harrington

Activity: All About Me mini book from Teachers Pay Teachers (free download)

 

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