|Introduction||Put Your Finger in the Air by Miss Carole|
|Book||Who’s In the Bathroom by Jeanne Willis|
|Flannel||After a Bath|
After a bath, I try, try, try,
To wipe myself ’till I’m dry, dry, dry.
Hands to wipe, and fingers and toes,
And two wet legs and a shiny nose.
Just think, how much less I’d take,
If I were a dog, and could shake, shake, shake!
Source: The Mailbox
|Book||Underwear by Jenn Harney|
|Action Rhyme||Bubble Bath|
Bubbly, bubbly bubble bath (wiggle all ten fingers)
Filled to the top, (raise fingers overhead)
Listen to the bubbly bubbles, (cup hand to ear)
Pop! Pop! Pop! (clap three times)
Source: Family Storytimes: 24 Creative Programs for All Ages
|Sorting Activity||“Would we use this in the tub?”|
Have two boxes, clearly labeled YES and NO. In an opaque bag, have 6-8 items that we would and would not use in the tub (for ex: boot, soap, washcloth, bath sponge, Elmer’s glue, hammer, spatula, rubber duckie).
Group chants “Rub a dub, DUB dub, Rub a dub DUB.”
Leader asks “Would we use THIS in the tub?”
If the answer is no, ask what the item is and what we would use it for.
|Dance Song||The Bathtub Song by Carole Peterson|
|Dance Song||Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Rob Newhouse|
|Cool Down||Alphabet and Counting to 10|
|Goodbye Song||Wiggle Finger by Miss Carole|