IntroductionWelcome by Miss Carole
Daily ReportMonth, Date, Day, Season, Weather
BookCrankenstein by Samantha Berger
Recognition RhymeStress Ball
1-2-3-4-5 Squeeze the ball and slowly count to 5.
Then relax your hand and count to 5.
I handed out pom-poms and we used these for squeezing.
BookThe Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfelt
Action RhymeEmotion Action Song
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.
If you’re mad and you know it, cross your arms.
If you’re frustrated and you know it, stomp your feet.
If you’re excited and you know it, jump up and down.
If you’re sad and you know it, make a frown.
If you’re scared and you know it, hide your face.
Source: www.notimeforflashcards.com
Action GameRed Light and Green Light
Happy and Sad
Draw a happy face on one side of the plate and a sad face on the plate.
Give examples and the kids hold up their plates to tell me if they are happy or sad.
Dance SongRun Baby Run by Casper Babypants
Dance SongCan’t Stop The Feeling by Justin Timberlake
Dance SongStretching and Counting”
Touch the floor and count to four 1-2-3-4
Stretch up high and count to five 1-2-3-4-5
Now let’s sit and count to six 1-2-3-4-5-6
Source: Lady Librarian’s Literacy, Lifestyle, and Lookbook Log
Closing SongsABCs and Counting
Goodbye songSkidamarink By Old Town School of Folk Music

Craft: A feelings light. Kids can help communicate how they are feeling by utilizing red, yellow or the green light.


IntroductionPut Your Little Foot By Miss Carole
Daily ReportDay and Weather Report
BookDuck & Goose, How Are You Feeling? by Tad Hills
Recognition RhymeBoo Boo
One, two I’ve got a boo-boo
Three, four, oh, it’s sore!
Five, six, blow it a kiss
Seven, eight, put the bandage on straight
Nine, ten now it’s better again!
Source: King County Library System

I handed out Band-Aids and the kids were able to put on it on their boo-boos.
Weekly RhymeThis 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: Melissa Depper, a children’s librarian in the Denver metro area

We do it twice. Once with our traditional hand movements and the second time with ASL.
BookGlad Monster, Sad Monster by Ed Emberley
Weekly RhymeClap Your Hands
Clap, clap, clap your hands
Clap your hands with me.
Clap your hands let me see
Clap your hands with me.

Beep, beep, beep your nose.
Touch, touch, touch your shoulders.
Tap, tap, tap your knees.
Shake, shake, shake your feet.
Source: Found this on another librarian’s site years ago.
Action RhymeI Have Feelings
Tune: Frere Jacques
I have feelings;
I have feelings.
Look at me, and you’ll see.
Sometimes I feel _____,
Really, really ______.
Look at me, and you’ll see.
Source: Totally For Twos
Tune:  “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”
Cry, cry when you’re sad.
Just between me and you.
Don’t be afraid to shed a tear.
It’s the thing to do.
Source: Preschool Express
Action RhymeI’ll Hug You
Tune: The Farmer in the Dell
I’ll hug you
When you’re sad
I’ll hug you
when you’re glad,
I’ll hug you
When you’re feeling scared,
I’ll hug you
When you’re mad.
Source: Busy Bees: Fun for Two’s and Three’s
Dance SongRun Baby Run by Casper Babypants
Dance SongIf You’re Happy and Know It by Blippi
Closing SongsABC, Count to 5
Goodbye songSay Goodbye by Miss Carole

Craft: A feelings light. Kids can help communicate how they are feeling by utilizing red, yellow or the green light.