Holi Storytime

Introduction Tickle The Moon
Tickle the Moon
Tickle your toes.
Clap your hands
And tickle your nose.
Reach up high.
Reach down low.
Turn around,
And say hello!
Source: Storytime Katie has a closing version she found on pinterest. I wanted an opening song, so my coworker reworked it to make an opening song.
Action Rhyme The Colors I See
Red, red is the color I see.
If you are wearing red then show it to me.
Stand up, turn around.
Show me your red then sit back down.
Yellow, yellow is the color I see.
If you are wearing yellow then show it to me.
Stand up, turn around.
Show me your yellow then sit back down.Blue, Pink, Green
Source: Johnson County Library
Book Festival of Colors by Kabir Sehgal
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Flannel Rainbow Kittens
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Six little kittens found a box of paint.
They jumped right in…their mother will faint!
The first little kitten came out all red.
“I’ll be orange,” the second kitten said.
The third little kitten turned bright yellow.
“I’ll be green,” said the next little fellow.
The fifth kitten said, “My favorite is blue.”
“Purple for me,” said the sixth with a mew.
Dancing home the kittens go
To show their mother a KITTEN RAINBOW!
Source: Read Rabbit Read

Book Holi by Rebecca Pettiford
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Action Rhyme One Bright Scarf
One bright(different color) scarf waiting for the wind to blow (hold in hand)
Wiggle it high (wiggle scarf above head)
Wiggle it low (wiggle scarf by knees)
Shake it fast (wiggle scarf quickly)
Shake it slow (wiggle scarf slowly)
Put it behind your back,
Where did it go? (bring out empty hands)
Source: Loons and Quines @ Librarytime
The kids really got a kick out of it when I made the scarves disappeared behind my back. They all wanted to know how I did it.
Action Song Color, Color up and Down (with scarves)
Color, color up and down,
Color, color all around.
Color, color knees and toes,
Color, color on your nose.
Color, color on your friend
Color, color we hope the fun never ends
Source: I have used this rhyme several times, but I no longer remember the original source. I did modify it for our Holi Storytime.
Dance Song  Holi Song
Goodbye Song Tickle the Stars
Tickle the Stars
Tickle your toes
Turn around
And tickle your nose
Reach down low
Reach up high
Storytime’s over
So wave goodbye!
Source:My own modification

Crafts:
Since I cannot throw colored powder in the library, I did the next best thing….wet chalk on paper.
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The second craft was done in honor of the elephant festival.

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Library Lover – Toddler

 

Introduction  Hello Hello!
Book  Book by Kristine O’Connell Goerge
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Don’t Push the Button!
by Bill Cotter
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Flannel Five Little Books
Five little books at the library
Five little books as great as can be
Along comes (name) with their library card
To take one home and read
Credit: What Happens In Storytime
Book  Z is For Moose by Kelly Bingham
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Traditional Rhyme This is Big Big Big
This is big big big
This is small small small
This is short short short
This is tall tall tall
This is fast fast fast
This is slow slow slow
This is yes yes yes
This is no no no
Source: Mel’s Desk
Nursery Rhyme Dickery Dickery Dare
Dickery, dickery dare,
The pig flew up in the air.
The man in brown
Soon brought him down!
Dickery, dickery, dare
Sign Language Library
Action Rhyme Wiggle Worm
Wiggleworm, wiggleworm
Hiding in a book
Wiggleworm, wigglewom
Where should we look?Clappingworm, clappingworm
Hiding in a book
Clappingworm, clappingworm
Where should we look?Jumpingworm, jumpingworm
Hiding in a book
Jumpingworm, jumpingworm
Where should we look?Dancingworm, dancingworm
Hiding in a book
dancingworm, dancingworm
where should we look?

Bookworm, bookworm
Hiding in a book
Bookworm, Bookworm
Start reading your book

Source: Itsy Bitsy Mom with modifications I made.

Action Song Read, Read, Read Your Books
Tune: Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Read, read, read your books,
Read them every day.
Books are fun (jazz hands!)
And make us smart (point to your amazing brain)
In every kind of way (swoop arms around!)
Source: King County Library System
Dance Song  I Went to the Library by The Wiggles
Dance Song  No More Monkeys by Asheba
Traditional Song ABC, Count to 5
Goodbye Song Skidamarink

Craft: I took my inspiration from Storytime Katie.

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Library Lover – Preschool

 

Introduction   Good Morning
Action Rhyme If You’re a Reader
(Tune: If you’re happy and you know it)If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re a reader and you know it,
and you really want to show it
If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
Source: Literary Hoots
Book Z is For Moose by Kelly Bingham
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I Will Chomp You by John Jory
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Finger Rhyme Here is My Book/I Love Books
Here is my book,
(hold hands together as if a book, then open)
I open it wide,
To see all the pictures,
that are inside.I love books, and they love me,
I get them free at the library.
Read them once, read them twice,
Library books are oh, so nice!
Source: Delta Township District Library
Book The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak
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Sign Language  Library
Action Rhyme THE MORE WE READ TOGETHER
The more we read together, together, together
the more we read together, the happier we’ll be.
Read big books and small books, read short books and tall books
The more we read together, the happier we’ll be.
Source: Canton Public Library
Action Song This is the Way We Read Our Books
This is the way we read our books, read our books, read our books (open hands like book)
this is the way we read our books, at the library. (make “L” sign in circle motion)This is the way we turn the page, turn the page, turn the page (lift upper corner of page in turning motion)
this is the way we turn the page, at the library. (make “L” sign in circle motion)This is the way we listen to stories, listen to stories, listen to stories (cup hand to ear)
this is the way we read our books, at the library. (make “L” sign in circle motion)This is the way we check out books, check out books, check out books ”(slide hands across table)
this is the way we check out books, at the library. (make “L” sign in circle motion)
Source: King County Library System
Action Song Wiggle Worm
Wiggleworm, wiggleworm
Hiding in a book
Wiggleworm, wigglewom
Where should we look?Clappingworm, clappingworm
Hiding in a book
Clappingworm, clappingworm
Where should we look?Jumpingworm, jumpingworm
Hiding in a book
Jumpingworm, jumpingworm
Where should we look?Dancingworm, dancingworm
Hiding in a book
dancingworm, dancingworm
where should we look?

Bookworm, bookworm
Hiding in a book
Bookworm, Bookworm
Start reading your book
Source: Itsy Bitsy Mom with modifications I made.

Action Song  Read a Book(Tune: Row, row, row your boat)
Read, read, read a book
Travel anywhere,
Worldwide, you decide
A book will take you there.
Read, read, read a book,
Beginning to the end,
What a way to spend the day,
A book’s a special friend!
Source: Delta Township District Library
Dance Songs  I Went to the Library by The Wiggles
Dance Songs No More Monkeys by Asheba
Closing Songs ABC, Count to 10
Goodbye Song  Skidamarink

Craft: I took my inspiration from Storytime Katie.

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Bubble Gum – Toddlers

Introduction  Hello Hello!
Book Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum by Lisa Wheeler
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Action Rhyme Bubble
Bubble, bubble, bubble, (Mimic blowing bubble)
Bubble, bubble, POP! (clap hands on POP)
Bubble, bubble, bubble,
Bubble, bubble, POP!
Source: Jbary with modifications. Last phrase of “I Have a Little Turtle”
Book  I tried a second book, but the kids were just too antsy and we quit only two pages into it.
Traditional Rhyme This is Big Big Big
This is big big big
This is small small small
This is short short short
This is tall tall tall
This is fast fast fast
This is slow slow slow
This is yes yes yes
This is no no no
Source: Mel’s Desk
Nursery Rhyme Jack be Nimble
Jack be Nimble
Jack be nimble
Jack be quick
Jack jumped over the candlestick!
Jack be Nimble
Jack be nimble
Jack be quick
Jack run and get your
Bubblegum stick!
Source: Bubblmania by Lee Wardlaw but I Changed the last line a tiny bit.
Sign Language  Chewing Gum
Action Rhyme Three Bubbles
A small bubble (make a circle with your hands)
A medium sized bubble (make a larger circle with your hands
A great big bubble (make a large circle with your arms)
Now let’s count them, are you ready?
1 –2 – 3 (make 3 circles again)
POP! (clap hands loudly once)
Source: Perry Public Library Storytime
Action Song Bubble
Bubble, bubble, bubble, (Mimic blowing bubble)
Bubble, bubble, POP! (clap hands on POP)
Bubble, bubble, bubble,
Bubble, bubble, POP!
Source: Credit for both: Bubble Theme – Step by Step via Storytime Katie but I modified.
Dance Song She’ll be Coming Around the Mountain
Dance Song  Can Can Dance
Traditional Song ABC, Count to 5
Goodbye Song Skidamarink

Craft:

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Source: All Kids

Bubble Gum – Preschool

Introduction Good Morning
Action Rhyme Bubble
Bubble, bubble, bubble, (Mimic blowing bubble)
Bubble, bubble, POP! (clap hands on POP)
Bubble, bubble, bubble,
Bubble, bubble, POP!
Source: Jbary with modifications. Last phrase of “I Have a Little Turtle
Book Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum by Lisa Wheeler
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Finger Rhyme Pop Those Bubbles
1 little, 2 little, 3 little bubbles
4 little, 5 little, 6 little bubbles
7 little, 8 little, 9 little bubbles
10 little bubbles go pop ,pop, popPop those, pop those, pop those bubbles
Pop those, pop those, pop those bubbles
Pop those, pop those, pop those bubbles
10 little bubbles go pop, pop, pop
Source: Johnson County Library
Book The Chewing Gum Rattler by Joe Hayes
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Sign Language Chewing Gum
Action Rhyme Gum
I just adore gum. (hug oneself)
I can’t do without it! (shake head no)
I munch it all day long (munch mouth)
Except for a few minutes at mealtimes (rub belly)
When I take it out and stick it (act like your taking your gum)
Behind my ear for safekeeping (put behind ear)
Source: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl and I added the actions to it.
Action Rhyme Big Bubble
(Tune: “Do You Know the Muffin Man?”)Can you blow a big bubble?
A big bubble, a big bubble?
Can you blow a big bubble,
With your bubblegum?

Credit for both: Bubble Theme – Step by Step via Storytime Katie but I modified.

Action Song BAZOOKA, ZOOKA Bubble Gum
My momma
She gave me a dollar
She told me to buy a collar
But I didn’t buy no collar
Instead I bought some bubblegum
BAZOOKA, ZOOKA bubble gum (x2)My momma
She gave me a quarter
She told me to tip the porter
But I didn’t tip no porter
Instead I bought some bubblegum
BAZOOKA, ZOOKA bubble gum (x2)

My momma
She gave me a dime
She told me to buy a lime
But I didn’t buy no lime
Instead I bought some bubblegum
BAZOOKA, ZOOKA bubble gum (x2)

My momma
She gave me a nickel
She tole me to buy a pickle
But I didn’t buy no pickle
Instead i bought some bubblegum
BAZOOKA, ZOOKA bubble gum (x2)

My momma
She gave me a penny
She told me to buy some bubblegum
But I didn’t buy no bubblegum
Because I’m sick of bubblegum
BAZOOKA, ZOOKA bubble gum (x2)
Source: Bazooka, Zooka, Bubble Gum

Dance Song Icky Sticky Bubble Gum by Carole Stephens
Dance Song She’ll be Coming Around the Mountain
Closing Songs ABC, Count to 10
Goodbye Song Skidamarink

Craft:

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Source: All Kids

Rhyming to Read: Hot Cross Buns and Little Jack Horner

Little Jack Horner

Introduction of Rhyme Little Jack Horner
Little Jack Horner
Sat in the corner,
Eating a Christmas pie;
He put in his thumb,
And pulled out a plum,
And said, “What a good boy am I!”
Sing Rhyme Traditional
Identifying fingers Little Jack Horner
Little Jack Horner
Sat in the Corner,
Eating a Christmas Pie;
He put in his ______, (thumb, pointer, middle, ring, and pinkie)
And pulled out a plum,
And said, “What a good boy am I”
Identifying fruit Little Jack Horner
Sat in the Corner,
Eating a Christmas Pie;
He put in his thumb,
And pulled out a ______,
And said, “What a good boy am I”We made a fake pie and put about four different fruits and 2 silly items in it. I would then pull it out and the kids would identify each item.Source: Puddle Wonderful Learning
Identifying Taste Little Jack Horner
Sat in the Corner,
Eating a Christmas Pie;
He put in his thumb,
And pulled out a ______,
And said, “What a good boy am I”I gave each kid a plate with three different jellies. I used grape, strawberry, and honey (I know. This isn’t a jelly). We would sing the song and have the kids put their thumb into the differentGrape, Strawberry, and Honey

Craft:
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I modified this craft to work with identifying different fingers.

Hot Cross Buns

For this nursery rhyme, I focused my attention on the letter X.

Introduction of Rhyme Hot Cross Buns
Hot cross buns!
Hot cross buns!
One a penny, two a penny
Hot cross buns!If you have no daughters,
Give them to your sons;
One a penny, two a penny,
Hot cross buns!
Tap out song Hot (tap legs)
cross (make an x)
buns! (tap legs)
Hot (tap legs)
cross (make an x)
buns! (tap legs)One a penny, (hold up 1 finger)
two a penny, (hold up 2 fingers)
Hot (tap legs)
cross (make an x)
buns! (tap legs)
Introduce the letter x Is this a capital X or lower case x
Sing Song by making big x Make a big X
Sing Song by making little x Make a little x
Rhythm sticks with music  We played a variation on Hot Cross Buns

craft:
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Make your own buns and the letter X!

American Girl: Nanea (October 2017)

American Girl Nanea was a super simple program but so fun to do!

I did my typical opening. I talked about where Nanea lived (Hawaii) and two popular items in Hawaiian culture. The first one was Mochiko. I talked about the cake’s origins and bit about how it is made. I then had everyone split into two groups, as we were going to make our own Mochiko.

I had everything laid out on the tables.

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Then every child helped with making the cake.

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This was the most time-consuming portion. This ate up almost the entire first hour. After I had everyone’s pans, I was able to put them in the oven.

While we waited for the mochiko to bake, we made leis. I talked about the history and etiquette of the lei. I then guided the kids into making their own lei. This were the instructions I used.

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By the time everyone was done with their leis, our cake was ready!

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Family Pajama Rama: Mice

 

Introduction Come Along
Come along and sing with me,
Sing with me, sing with me
Come along and sing with me
It’s time for storytime!Come along and bounce with me….
Come along and sit with me….
Come along and clap with me….
Come along and stretch with me….
Come along and sing with me….Source: My coworker provided the rhyme for this storytime. Unknown original source.
Big Book The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear

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Nursery Rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock
Hickory Dickory Dock, (crouch down)
The mouse ran up the clock. (jump up)
The clock struck one, (clap hands above head)
The mouse ran down! (crouch down)
Hickory Dickory Dock.
Book Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo and Flo

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Stretch/Rhyme: This is Big Big Big
This is big big big
This is small small small
This is short short short
This is tall tall tall
This is fast fast fast
This is slow slow slow
This is yes yes yes
This is no no no
Source: Mel’s Desk

Clap Clap Your Hands
Clap, clap, clap your hands
Clap them now with me
Clap your hands, let me see
Clap your hands with me

Additional Verses
Beep, beep, beep your nose
Touch, touch, touch your shoulders
Tap, tap, tap your knees
Shake, shake, shake your feet

Traditional Rhyme Where are the baby mice?
Where are the baby mice?    (make a fist, hide behind back)
“Squeak, squeak, squeak!”
I cannot see them,
Peek, peek, peek, (act like your looking)
Here they come out of their hole in the wall.    (show fist and extend it)
One, two, three, four, five,    (show one finger at a time)
That’s all!Source: The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Poems,Fingerplay and Chants
Action Song Slowly, Slowly, Very Slowly
Slowly, slowly, very slowly (walk slowly or walk fingers/pump legs)
Creeps the garden snail.
Slowly, slowly, very slowly
Up the wooden rail
Quickly, quickly, very quickly (walk fast or fingers fast/pump legs)
Runs the little mouse.
Quickly, quickly, very quickly
Round about the house.Source: The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Poems,Fingerplay and Chants
Action Rhyme Little Mouse
Walk little mouse, walk little mouse (tiptoe around)
Hide little mouse, hide little mouse (cover eyes with hands)
Here comes the cat! (look around)
Run little mouse, run little mouse!Source: The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Poems,Fingerplay and Chants
Dance Song Walking, Walking
Dance Song  I forgot what song I used. 😦
Traditional Song ABC
Goodbye Song This is the Way We Say Goodbye
This is the way our hands say goodbye
With a clap, clap-clap
Clap, clap-clap
This is the way our hands say good-bye
With a clap, clap-clap, clap-clap
This is the way our knees say goodbye
With a tap, tap-tap
Tap, tap-tap
This is the way our knees say goodbye
With a tap, tap-tap, tap-tap
This is the way we wave goodbye
Wave goodbye, wave goodbye
This is the way we wave goodbye
Goodbye until next time

Source: My coworker provided the rhyme for this storytime. Unknown original source.

Craft: Unfortunately, I cannot remember for the life of me if I found this craft online or made it up. I scoured the internet, so I think it might have been my own creation.

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Rhyming to Read: Little Bo Peep and I Asked My Mother

Little Bo Peep

Introduction of Rhyme Little Bo Peep
Little Bo peep has lost her sheep
And doesn’t know where to find them.
Leave them alone and they’ll come home,
Bringing their tails behind them.
Acton Rhyme Little Sheep
Little sheep, little sheep, turn around.
Little sheep, little sheep, graze on the ground.
Little sheep, little sheep, frolic on your toes.
Little sheep, little sheep, wiggle your nose.
Little sheep, little sheep, fluff your wool.
Little sheep, little sheep, jump to keep cool.
Little sheep, little sheep, scratch your feet.
Little sheep, little sheep, find your seat.Source: Artsy Toddler
Book Where is Green Sheep?

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Flannel Matching Tails to Sheep
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Finger Rhyme 5 Fluffy Sheep
5 fluffy sheep skating on the floor, one fell down and that left 4.4 fluffy sheep drinking cold tea, one got a tummy ache and that left 3.

3 fluffy sheep wondering what to do, one got bored and that left 2.

2 fluffy sheep laying in the sun, one fell asleep and that left 1.

1 fluffy sheep sitting all alone, he didn’t know what to do so he went home!

Source: Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime

Action Rhyme Newborn Lamb
Tune: I’m A Little TeapotI’m a baby lamb just born today
I want to run around and play
I am very hungry – I must eat
So I’ll grow up big like my daddy sheep.

– repeat, substituting “mommy sheep”

Source:King County Library System

I Asked My Mother

Introduction of Rhyme I Asked My Mother…
I asked my mother
For fifteen cents.
To see the elephant
Jump the fence.He jumped so high
That he touched the sky
And never came back
Til the Fourth of July.
Rhyme I asked my mother
I asked my mother for fifty cents, (put hand out with palm up)
To see the elephant jump the fence, (cup eyes and start to crouch)
He Jumped so high, (jump up)
He reached the sky, (keep jumping)
And didn’t come back till the Fourth of the July. ( wave goodbye)I assigned the actions to the rhyme.
Magnet Board Recognize Money
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Action Colonel Hathi’s March

We had the kids march around the room.

Goodbye Song

Crafts:

Lamb Tails: We made sure the strings were long enough for the kids to tie them around their waists.

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Wrap the lamb: We received our inspiration from Verona Storytime. Our craft did kind of look like a mummy. This is a great tactical craft!

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Elephant: Our last take-home craft was a Popsicle elephant that went to our last rhyme.

 

 

Mo Willems Storytime

Introduction Tickle The Moon
Tickle the Moon
Tickle your toes.
Clap your hands
And tickle your nose.
Reach up high.
Reach down low.
Turn around,
And say hello!Source: Storytime Katie has a closing version she found on pinterest. I wanted an opening song, so my coworker reworked it to make an opening song.
Book The Duckling Gets a Cookie

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Magnet Board Where is Pigeon?
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Book Big Frog Can’t Fit In

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Rhyme One Little, Two Little, Three Little….
One little, two little, three little frogs
Four little, five little, six little frogs
Seven little, eight little, nine little frogs
Ten little frogs go leap, leap, leap!
Book That is Not a Good Idea

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Rhyme Ten Fluffy Chickens
Five eggs and five eggs,
That makes ten. (hold up two hands)
Sitting on top is the Mother Hen. (fold one hand over the other)
Crackle, crackle, crackle;(clap three times)
What do I see?
Ten fluffy chickens, (hold up ten fingers)
As yellow as can be.
Action Rhyme If you’re an elephant and you know it, shake your ears
If you’re an elephant and you know it, shake your ears
If you’re an elephant and you know it and you really want to show it.
If you’re an elephant and you know it, shake your ears!

If you’re a pig and you know it, say oink, oink
If you’re a pig and you know it, oink, oink
If you’re a pig and you know it and you really want to show it.
If you’re a pig and you know it, oink, oink!

If you’re a pigeon and you know it, strut your stuff.
If you’re a pigeon and you know it, strut your stuff.
If you’re a pigeon and you know it, and you really want to show it
If you’re a pigeon and you know it, strut your stuff.

Source: I did a similar rhyme for my Elephant and Piggie storytime. However, I just added the pigeon line with the help of my colleague and a volunteer.

Book There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
P-I-G-G-I-E
P-I-G-G-I-E
P-I-G-G-I-E
And Piggie was her name-o.There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-I-G-G-I-E
(clap)-I-G-G-I-E
(clap)-I-G-G-I-E
And Piggie was her name-o.There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-(clap)-G-G-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-G-G-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-G-G-I-E
And Piggie was her name-o.

There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-I-E
And Piggie was her name-o.

There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-I-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-I-E
And Piggie was her name-o.

There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-(clap)-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-(clap)-E
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)- (clap)-(clap)-E
And Piggie was her name-o

There was an elephant who had a friend
and Piggie was her name-o
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
And Piggie was her name-o

Source: My colleague and I worked on this one together. It can be kind of awkward as there is an extra letter than the original BINGO song. My recommendation is to put the G-G close together while clapping. It does work with some practice.

Dance Song We Are the Dinosaurs

In honor of Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs.

Dance Song Monster Spray

In honor of Leonardo, the Terrible Monster 

Traditional Song Skinarmarink

In honor of Piggie and Elephant’s love for one another.

Goodbye Song Tickle the Stars
Tickle the Stars
Tickle your toes
Turn around
And tickle your nose
Reach down low
Reach up high
Storytime’s over
So wave goodbye!Source:My own modification

Additional Activities

I provided food in honor of Mo Willems’ birthday!