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Babies

Page history last edited by Virginia Tebo 10 years, 12 months ago

 

BABIES

 

 

Books:   


Baby Born by Anastasia Suen

You and Me, Baby by Lynn Reiser

Ten Tiny Babies by Karen Katz 

What Shall We Do With The Boo-Hoo Baby? by Cressida Cowell

The Babies Are Coming! by Amy Hest

A Friend For Minerva Louise by Janet Morgan Stoeke

Love that Baby by Susan Milord

Me Baby, You Baby by Ashley Wolff

Please, Baby, Please by Spike Lee

Wake up, Me! by Marni McGee

Whose Baby Am I? by John Butler (animal babies)

 

Books for baby and toddler storytime:

Where is Baby's Mommy? by Karen Katz (Board) or any other Where is Baby's... book

Hugs & Kisses by Roberta Grobel Intrater (Board)

Smile! by Roberta Grobel Intrater (Board)

Baby! Talk! by Penny Gentieu (Board)

Clap Hands by Helen Oxenbury (Board)

Number One, Tickle Your Tum by John Prater (Board)

Love that Baby by Susan Milord

Me Baby, You Baby by Ashley Wolff

Please, Baby, Please by Spike Lee

Wake up, Me! by Marni McGee

Whose Baby Am I? by John Butler (animal babies)

You and Me, Baby by Lynn Reiser

Ten Tiny Babies by Karen Katz 

 

Activities: 


Baby's Nap

(Say this rhyme twice, using ‘daddy's lap’ the second time around)

Here is a baby, ready for his nap Hold up pointer finger of one hand

Lay him down in his mama's lap Put finger in palm of other hand

Now cover him up so he won't peep Close fingers around your "baby" finger

and rock your baby 'til he's fast asleep! Rock fingers back and forth.

 

Rock- A- Bye Baby

Rock- A- Bye baby on the tree top.

When the wind blows the cradle will rock.

When the bough breaks the cradle will fall.

And down will come baby cradle and all. 

 

 

Pat-a-Cake 

Pat a cake; pat a cake,

Baker's man.

Bake me a cake as fast as you can!

Pat it and roll it,

And mark it with a "B".

And put it in the oven for baby and me!

 

You’re My Little Baby

(Tune: I’m a Little Teapot)

You’re my little baby,

So soft and sweet.

Here are your hands,

Here are your feet.

I’ll watch you clap your hands,

And tap your feet.

I love you baby so soft and sweet. 

 

Five Little Babies

Five little babies were playing together one day.

One saw a ball, and so he crawled away.

 

Four little babies were playing together one day.

One saw a rattle, and she crawled away.

 

Three little babies were playing together one day.

One saw a kitty cat, and he crawled away.

 

Two little babies were playing together one day.

One saw a teddy bear, and she crawled away.

 

One little baby was playing by himself one day.

He cried and his mommy came and took him away.

 

WHAT'S IN THE BOX GAME

Place items such as a baby brush, a bar of baby soap, a cotton ball, a pacifier, a rubber teether and a rattle, etc in a box with a hole cut out of the top. Have the children take turns feeling an item in the box and guessing what it is by its feel. 

 

Crafts: 


"BABY BORN" Picture 

To go with Baby Born book by Anastasia Suen 

Give each child a long oval on which to color the blanket, and a small circle with a baby face to color in.  Glue the baby face near the top of the oval, and you have a baby in a blanket.  If you have scraps of printed paper, like wallpaper or scrapbooking paper, cut these out in the oval shape, to make the baby blankets and let the kids glue the faces on. They can make several and glue them onto a piece of paper to remind them of the book.

Face Template: Face.bmp

 

 

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