|Introduction||Welcome by Miss Carole|
|Daily Report||Month, Date, Day, Season, Weather|
|Book||The Pigeon Has to Go to School by Mo Willems|
|Recognition Rhyme||What’s in My Backpack? |
What’s in my backpack on this first day of school?
I’ll definitely need a writing tool! (pencil)
If I want to draw a picture for my mother,
I’ll need something with different colors. (crayons)
When I need to cut in a straight line,
These will do the job just fine. (scissors)
The paper flowers need to stick on a background of blue,
What item do I need to choose? (glue)
I’ve worked all morning and my tummy rumbles,
If I don’t eat soon, I’ll surely grumble! (lunch)
Source: More Storytime Magic by Kathy MacMillan
|Book||Take Your Pet to School by Linda Ashman|
|Action Rhyme||Got a Pencil|
(to the tune of Clementine)
Got a pencil, got a pencil,
got a pencil on my [nose, toe, etc.]
First I lost it,
then I found it
Got a pencil on my [nose, toe, etc.]
Source: The Buckeye Librarian
I changed it from feather to pencil. I gave all the kids a pencil die-cut.
|Action Rhyme||Monster School |
Participants will respond to all questions by waving their arms and shouting ‘Aarrgghh!”
Teacher: One plus one equals what?
Teacher: What color is the sun?
Teacher: How do you spell cat?
Teacher: What is the nation’s capital?
Source: 200+ Original and Adapted Story Program Activities by Robert Reid
|Activity with Music||We worked on letter recognition with dot markers. I utilized some sheets from this source.|
|Dance Song||Ring Around the Rosie|
|Dance Song||Put Your Finger in the Air by Carole Stephens|
|Dance Song||Stretching 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 Songs||ABC’s and Counting to Ten|
Craft: Shape Pencil Craft Source