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Dear Parents: By bringing your chi ld to library's storytimes, you' re helping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes that wil l help in the development of great pre-read ing skills. You ca n he lp you r c hild further by reading books to you r c hild everyday, and by singi ng the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with your child at home. Repetition is g reat for children this age. Use this sheet as a gu ide. 0 0 r- 0 ::0 - z G) Library ::0 :I: -< s: , ', en m ·"' ""·-. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY ' . . '• ,. l.u <lt'l .. Bedtime Tickle Rhyme T ick le bug, tickle bug, hunting feet. (Tickle bottom of baby's feet) Creepting, creeping across the sheet. (Creep finger.s across baby's tummy) O ne, two, catch them like this, (Ca,Xure baby's feet) T ick le toes, tickle toes, (Tickle baby's toes) T ummy kiss ! (Kiss baby's t.ummy) Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Twin kle, twinkle, li ttle star How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high , Like a diamond in the sky. Twinkl e, twinkle, li ttle star How I won der what you are. Time for Bed T ime for bed, time for bed Fl uff up the pillow, Lay down your head. Pull up the blanket, Tuck in tight. C lose your eyes And sleep all night I colapublib.org There Were 5 in the Bed There were 5 in the bed and the litte one said, Roll over, roll over! So they a ll rolled over and one fell out. There were 4 in the bed and the litte one said, Roll over, roll over! So they all rolled over and one fell out. There were 3 in the bed and the litte one said, Roll over, roll overl So they all rol led over and one fell out. There were 2 in the bed and the litte o ne said, Roll over, rol l over! So they a ll rolled over and one fell out. There was 1 in the bed and the little one said, "Good Night!" Going to Bed This little ch ild is ready fo r bed (Hold up thumb) Down on the pillow she lays her head (Put thumb across palm of lland) Wraps herself in covers so t ight , (Close fingers over thumb) And th is is the way she s leeps all night (Put hands up to cheek and close eyes ) Zzzzzzzz .. . ZZZZZZZZZ

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  • Dear Parents: By bringing your chi ld to library's storytimes, you' re helping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes that wil l help in the development of great pre-read ing skills. You ca n he lp you r c hild further by reading books to you r c hild everyday, and by singi ng the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with your child at home. Repetition is g reat for children this age. Use this sheet as a gu ide.

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  • Dear Parents: By bringing your chi ld to library's storytimes, you' re helping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes that wil l help in the development of great pre-read ing skills. You ca n he lp you r c hild further by reading books to you r c hild everyday, and by singi ng the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with your child at hom e. Repetition is great for childre n th is age. Use th is sheet as a guide.

    Steep Baby Sleep:::0 Sleep, baby, s leep

    :I: Your father tends the sheep

    -< Your mother shakes the dreamland tree s: Down fa lls a dream for thee, Sleep, baby, sleep. m en Rock-a-Bye Baby

    Rock-a -bye baby, on th e tree top.

    When the wind blaiNS, the cradle w ill rock.

    When the bough breaks, the crad le will fall.

    And Mommy w ill catch it, cradle and al l.

    Are You Sleeping? Are you s leeping? Are you sleeping?

    Brother John , Brother John,

    Morning bells are ringing !

    Morning bells are ringing!

    Ding, dang, dong. Di ng, dang, dong.

    Man on the Moon The Man on t he moon Looked out of the moon And t his is what he sa id Ti s t ime for all the children on earth To thi nk about getting to bed!

    Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear (Do actions along with rhyme)

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, reach up high,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, bend down low,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch your toes,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, go to bed,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, rest you r head ,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn out the lights,

    Teddy bear, teddy bear, say "goodnight."

    Goodnight (Point to each bodypart as you say goodnigtt.)

    Goodnight tiny toes,

    And rounded knees that bend.

    Goodnight tummy, too.

    The day is at an end.

    Goodnight, both my hands,

    And fingers, every one.

    Goodnight wrists and arms,

    Now the day is done.

    Goodnight face and head,

    It's time to end t he rh yme .

    Snuggle into bed ,

    Welcome the nighttime.

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  • Dear Pare nts: By bringing your child to library's storytimes , you're he lping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes t hat will help in t he development of great pre-reading skills. You can help your c hild further by reading books to your child everyday, and by singing the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with your chi ld at home. Repetition is great fo r children this age. Use this sheet as a guide.

    Bunnies' Bedtime0 "My bunnies now must go to bed," r-0 The little mother rabbit said.

    "But I will count them first to see

    0 If they have all come back to me. One bunny, two bunnies , three bunnies dear, :::0 Four bunn ies, five bunnies, yes , al l are here. - Th ey are the prettiest things alive, z My bunnies, one two, three, four, five."G) Now t he Day Is O ver Now the day is over,

    N ig ht is drawing nigh,

    Shadows of t he evening

    Steal across the sky.

    Now the darkness gathers,

    Stars begin to peep,

    Birds and beasts and flowers

    Soon will be as leep.

    Do You Hear a Monster? If you think you hear a monster, (Cup hand to ear)

    Growling somewhe re outside, (Point off into the distance) It's probably just your stomach, (Rub tunmy) Need some food inside.

    Monsters Under the Bed Monster, Monste r, under the bed, (Cup hands around mouth)

    You should go somewhere e lse instead ! (Shake finger)

    Go, Monster, go! (Stamp feet slowly)

    Go, Monster, go! (Stamp feet faster)

    Go, Monster, go, go, go! (Stamp feet very fasQ

    I'm Sleepy, Very Sleepy I'm sleepy, very s leepy I want to stretch and yawn I'll close my eyes and just pretend that dayl ight time has gone. I'll breathe so softly, be so still A little mouse m ig ht c reep Across the f loor, because he thought T hat I was fast asleep.

    Ten Little Monsters One little, two little, three little, monsters Four little, five little, six little, monste rs Seven little, eight little, nine little, monsters Ten monsters can't scare me.

    Ten little, nine little, eig ht little, monsters Seven little, six little, five little, monsters Four little, th ree little, two little, monsters One mo nster can't scare me.

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    Dear Parents: By bringing your child to library's storytimes, you're helping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes that will help in the development of great pre-reading skills. You can help your child further by reading books to your child everyday, and by singing the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with yoLtr child at home. Repetition is great for children this age. Use this sheet as a guide.

    0 Hey Diddle, Diddle Hey diddle, diddle

    0 The cat and the fiddle, .... The cow jumped over the moon ;

    0 The little dog laughed

    ;a To see SLtch sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon . -z Twinkle, Twinkle Litt le StarG) Twinkle, twinkle, little star

    How I wonder what you are.

    Up above the world so high ,

    Like a diamond in the sky.

    Twinkle, twinkle, little star

    How I wonder what you are.

    Moon

    Moon, moon ,

    (Form moon overhead with arms)

    Up so high, (Point up)

    Big white moon, (Fonn moon again)

    In a big, black sky. Moon, moon , (Form moon overhead with arms)

    BeautifLtl one, (Hold up one finger)

    Following the setting Sltn. (Fonn moon again and Jean to the side)

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    Going to the Moon Zoom, zoom, zoom, I'm going to the moon! (Slide hands together)

    Who would like to take a trip, (Fly hands upward)

    Upon my magic rocket ship? (Pretend to climb a ladder)

    10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Count with fingers)

    Blast-off!

    Bend and Stretch

    Bend and stretch, reach for the stars!

    There goes Jupiter, her comes Mars!

    Bend and stretch, and reach for the sky!

    Stand on tip-e-toe, up so high!

    I'm a Little Astonaut

    (Tune: I'm a Little Teapot)

    I'm a little astronaut

    Going to the moon.

    The rocket is ready,

    We blast off soon.

    I will climb aboard

    And lock the hatch.

    Fire the rockets and off we blast!

  • Dear Parents: By bringing your chi ld to library's storytimes, you' re helping to introduce him/her to new stories, songs, and rhymes that wil l help in the development of great pre-read ing skills. You ca n he lp you r c hild further by reading books to you r c hild everyday, and by singi ng the songs, rhymes and fingerplays you heard in storytime with your child at hom e. Repetition is great for childre n th is age. Use th is sheet as a guide.

    0 Bats When the moon comes up, r0 Out come the bats.

    They move thei r winds this way and that.

    0 (SWay side to side) They swoop down low to eat their dinner, ::0 (Sit baby on her bottom)-z Then fly up high where the ai r is th inner.

    G) (Uff baby in air) T hey s leep all day, (Rock baby in arms)

    and they p lay all night, (Tickle baby's tummy)

    But you can hardly ever see them-Th ey' re always out of sight! (Hide youreyes)

    Bedtime Tickle Bug Tickle bug, tickle bug, Hunting feet (\Mgg/e first two fingers ofeach hand)

    Creeping c reeping, Over the s heet. (Walk fingers over baby's tummy)

    One! Two!

    Catch 'em like this.

    (Catch baby's feet)

    T ickle-y T ickle-y (Tickle baby's toes)

    Tu mmy kiss! (Kiss baby's tummy)

    I'm a Little Firefly (Tune: I'm a Little Teapd)

    I' m a little firefly,

    Look at me!

    I' m as happy as I can be.

    See my light flicker a nd sh ine so bright,

    (Turn on a small flashlight)

    Now watch me fly into the night! (Move flashlight around on ceiling)

    Baby Mice Where a re the baby mice?

    Th ey go, "Squeak, squeak, squeak. "

    (Hide fist behind your back)

    I cannot see them peek, peek, peek.

    (Bring fisi ot.A in front ofyou)

    Here they come out of their hole,

    1' 2, 3, 4, 5,.

    (Hold up one finger at a time) And they run away into the night.

    (Wtggle fingers as you more hand off to one sic/e.)

    LitHe Cricket (Point to one finger at a time.)

    The first little cricket played a violin.

    The second little cricket joi ned right in.

    The third little c ricket made a c rackly song.

    The fourth little c ricket helped him along.

    The fifth little cricket cried, "Crick-crick-cree.

    The orchestra is over and it's time for tea!"

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