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Lapsit April 12, 2016 Words

peekaboo

Spring Lapsit Story Time
Liverpool Public Library
310 Tulip Street, Liverpool, NY 13088
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Sargent Community Room      10:15

Books:
Peekaboo (Ferri)
Animal Signs: A First Book of Sign Language (Slier)
Count! (Fleming)

Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you, how are you,
Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you today?
Come on everybody and clap your hands
Come on everybody and stretch up high

Who’s that, tapping at the window
Who’s that, knocking at the door
Lisa, tapping at the window
Matthew, knocking at the door

Here is my book
I open it wide
To see the pictures
That are inside

Book: Peekaboo

One little baby
Rocking in a tree
Two little babies
Splashing in the sea
Three little babies
Crawling on the floor
Four little babies                
Knocking at the door
Five little babies
Playing hide and seek
Don’t look now
Til I say peek!

Eggs
Chick chick chick chick chicken
Lay a little egg for me
Chick chick chick chick chicken
I want some for my tea
I haven’t had an egg since Easter
And now it’s half past three, oh,
Chick chick chick chick chicken
Lay a little egg for me

If you're happy and you know it, shake your egg (2x)
If you're happy and you know it, and you really want to show it
If you're happy and you know it,
Shake your egg

We’re going to Kentucky
We’re going to the fair
To see the senorita
With flowers in her hair
Shake it baby shake it
Shake it if you can
Shake it like a milkshake
And do the best you can
Shake it to the bottom
Shake it to the top
Turn around and ‘round and ‘round
Until you make it stop

Old MacDonald had a farm
E-I-E-I-O

Book: Animal Signs

The animals on the farm
The animals on the farm
Heigh ho the dairy-o
The animals on the farm
The pigs roll in the mud …
The sheep grow their wool …
The ducks swim in the pond …
The froggies jump and swim …
The rabbits hop and play …

Book: Count!

A great big ball
A middle sized ball
A little ball I see
Let’s count them all together
One, two, three!

Hickory Dickory Dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one--the mouse ran down
Hickory Dickory Dock. . .
The clock struck two--the mouse said “Boo!”
The clock struck three--the mouse said “Whee!”
The clock struck four--the mouse said “No more”--
Hickory Dickory Dock!

One two three [toes, knees, shoulders]
Doggie got a flea
Doggie got a flea and now it’s on me!
[toes knees shoulders head shoulders knees toes]
It’s on my nose--
It’s on my toes--
It’s on my ear--
It’s over here!
It’s on my thumb--
It’s on my tum!
Sally Jaeger

Head and shoulders baby,
One, two, three
Head and shoulders baby,
One, two, three
Head and shoulders
Head and shoulders
Head and shoulders baby, One, two, three
Knees and ankles baby. . .
Throw the ball baby . . .
Rock the baby, baby . . .

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes
Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes
Eyes and ears and mouth and nose,
Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes

Japanese:
Ata, makata, hiza, ashi, hiza, ashi
Ata, makata, hiza, ashi, hiza, ashi
Meto, mimito, kuchito, hana
Ata, makata, hiza, ashi, hiza ashi.
Hana hana hana kuchi
Kuchi kuchi kuchi mimi
Mimi mimi mimi
Me!
(Nose nose nose mouth;
Mouth mouth mouth ear;
Ear ear ear eye!) [Japanese]

As I was walking down the street (circle left)
Down the street, down the street
As I was walking down the street
Heigh ho, heigh ho, heigh ho
A mom and babe I chanced to meet (circle right)
Chanced to meet, chanced to meet
A mom and babe I chanced to meet
Heigh ho, heigh ho, heigh ho
(Walk to center of circle)
Rig a jig jig and away we go
Away we go, away we go
(Back up)
Rig a jig jig and away we go
Heigh ho, heigh ho, heigh ho
(Repeat with A dad and babe, A big black dog, other people or animals)
Jane Cobb, What’ll I do with the Baby-O

The more we get together
Together, together
The more we get together
The happier we’ll be
‘Cause your friends are my friends
And my friends are your friends
The more we get together
The happier we’ll be!
    Sing—play—read!

Thanks for sharing stories and songs with me!
Ms. Laurel