Chicken – Toddler

Introduction Hello Everybody, Yes Indeed
Action Rhyme Ten Fluffy Chickens
Five eggs and five eggs
That makes ten
Sitting on top is the mother hen
Crackle, crackle, crackle
What do I see
Ten fluffy chickens
As yellow as can be!
Book Is Everyone Ready for Fun by Jan Thomas
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Nursery Rhyme Humpty Dumpty
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.
Book Hurry Hurry by Eve Bunting
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Sign Language Chicken
Traditional Rhyme This is Big, Big, Big/Clap, Clap, Clap Your Hands
Flannel Five Little Eggs
There are five little eggs
And what do we see
They’re about to crack open
“My goodness me,”
said Mother Hen.The first egg cracks open
And what do we see
It’s a snappy little alligator
Looking at me.

The second egg cracks open
And what do we see
It’s a little purple dinosaur
Looking at me.

The third egg cracks open
And what do we see
It’s a little green turtle
Looking at me.

The fourth egg cracks open
And what do we see
It’s a pretty little bluebird
Looking at me.

The fifth egg cracks open
And what do we see
It’s a little yellow chicken
Looking at me.
“My baby!”
said the mother hen,
as happy as can be.

“Mommy!” said the chick.
“Did you meet all my sisters and brothers?”
“What!” shrieked Mother Hen,
“My goodness me.”
Source:Kids Blog
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Action Rhyme Chicken in the Barnyard
Chicken in the Barnyard (bounce child up and down)
Staying out of trouble
Along comes a turkey and…(slow down and build dramatic tension
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble! (pretend to nibble/tickle)
Source:Felt-Tastic Flannel Board Fun Time
Dance Song Chicken Dance
Dance Song I Know a Chicken by Laurie Berkner
Cool down ABCs, Count to 5
Goodbye Song Say Goodbye

Craft: Chicken headband! Source of inspiration.

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