Walton, Rick. HEAD TO TOE. The Squiggle by Carole Lexa Scheafer. A quartet of some of my favorite songs kicked off the start of this edition of Shake, Shimmy, & Dance. MOVEMENT: Storytime’s Over* ADDITIONAL MATERIAL IDEAS: Books. El Train — Laura Doherty Some books describe movements within the story that serve as an inspiration. Dancing Feet! Songs in storytime are fun and build a foundation for appreciating the arts. IF YOU’RE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT. This is will forever be one of my favorite books for Shake, Shimmy, & Dance. For the librarian looking for more mindful use of movement in storytime, this book is a must-have. Thank you! You can still make mistakes even after a ton of storytimes! The Plan. This book would be great for warm-ups, exploratory movement, and other activities that get kids moving and exploring. But I *also* love a song book that takes an original tune further by adding more verses and activities to engage the kids. by David Weinstone I highly recommend doing such an activity if you need to get the grown-ups to buy-in. Read the book ahead of time. I just recently added this to our books-you-can’t-miss-section and all of those copies are checked out! Then, our last song for the day before props was a free dance with Rainy Day Dance Party. MOVEMENT: Two Little Blackbirds* VIDEO: “The Snowy Day” from The Ezra Jack Keats Collection, based on the book by Ezra Jack Keats. Includes books, a rhyme, a flannel, and a craft. Our baby storytimes are designed for ages 0-2, so my example videos often show a little bit more movement than may make sense for a little one you are holding in your arms (especially a little one that needs head support). Super Shaker Song — Culture Queen You can read, Please keep in mind that all images and text on this site are property of Creative Home Keeper and Victoria Osborn. Read, read, read a book, Beginning to the end. Move Like an Animal was fun and initiated a great game of pretend with all of the kiddos. Mar 15, 2019 - Explore Storytime Katie's board "Music & Movement Books", followed by 514 people on Pinterest. Rainy Day Dance Party — Milkshake Pinning is always welcome and appreciated! Dancing Feet! They had a great time with it! I like to see the different kinds of movement the kids use and how it changes from one song to another. Why incorporate movement through children’s books? Newcome, Zita. And finally, a rock/funk version of If You’re Happy and You Know It to round out the non-prop portion of the program. — Old Town School of Folk Music Subway was a fun way to introduce a new vocabulary words and let us form a train around the room, ensuring that ALL the grown-ups were up and moving. I kicked today off with a cover of a Beatles song, by Caspar Babypants: Hello, Goodbye. The The Whole Book Approach really helped me slow down my reading of storytime books, so even though I only do one book most weeks it still takes a good chunk of time and discussion. In storytimes I read 3 or 4 books, but I purposely limit M&M to one or maybe two. CHICAGO — Alyssa Jewell’s new book “Move, Play, Learn: Interactive Storytimes with Music, Movement, and More,” published by ALA Editions, encourages children to learn by getting inside stories while interacting with others. They needed some instruction before free dance again. — Old Town School of Folk Music These books can be used to have the kids move and act out the story while you read it aloud at home or in storytime. Research shows that this kind of play stimulates the senses, provides connections to all four lobes of the brain, touches on a variety of intelligences, and heightens social … "Farmyard Beat" is a fun book to get your preschool story time crowd bopping and grooving. Shake Hands With Friends — Ella Jenkins. Popcorn Calling Me — Laurie Berkner Baby Bounce Rhymes are a staple of Baby Storytime. Book Two songs today: Super Shaker Song which has some great instructions built into the music. Stretch. A Hop is Up by Kristy Dempsey this story is not only a joy to read but a guaranteed hit with the kiddos. Stretch by Doreen Cronin and Scott Menchin is one in a series of really creative books by the author behind Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type. Book Book My storytime has a wide age gap, anywhere from 6 month-5 years. Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Jane Cabrera This week’s Shake, Shimmy, & Dance started with Movin’ Groovin’ by Mr. Jon & Friends. I used Take the Sun as a stretching song (though I’ve also used it as a parachute song as well). — Old Town School of Folk Music Next, it was time to practice some large movement with Bouncing, Hopping, & Jumping. Fruit Salad Salsa is a favorite of the group and we practice shaking fast and slow depending on how the music sounds. Book This song lets us practice our patient waiting skills as we freeze when the lyrics tell us to. I WENT WALKING. Some of the best reactions came not from caregivers (who did really appreciate it! A song that’s sure to make you dizzy is Spin Around. Rocketship Run — Laurie Berkner Carle, Eric. Created by Community Librarians Sheila Grier and Chandra vanEijinsbergen, Music, Movement, and Stories (MnMS for short) is one of my favorite new children’s programs for ages 3-5 at Deschutes Public Library. *Thank you to Deep Space Sparkle for many of the great ideas that make up this storytime, including the two book suggestions and the craft. Take the Sun — Caspar Babypants Books & Libraries Story Time – The Short Stack Librarian - April 12, 2017 […] Song: Read, Read, Read a Book (to the tune of Row, Row, Row Your Boat) Read, read, read a book, Travel anywhere, Worldwide, you decide, A book will take you there. I think it is important to provide a mix of music, movement, even crafts to expand on the telling or reading of stories in storytime. Cauley, Lorinda B. CLAP YOUR HANDS. SenseSational Storytime incorporates traditional storytime elements such as songs, rhymes, and read-alouds, as well as movement, group activities, and sensory exploration in order to create an ideal learning and playing environment for children with sensory needs. by David Weinstone I know that I’ve used this book before and will continue to use it again. London, Jonathan. I know that I’ve used this book before and will continue to use it again. WIGGLE WAGGLE. Pop Goes the Weasel — Caspar Babypants Hello & How Are You? Books shelved as storytime-books: Bark, George by Jules Feiffer, Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Spin Again — Jim Gill A new highly interactive early literacy storytime featuring instrument exploration, songs, fingerplays, dance and books for ages 3 and up. Shake Hands With Friends — Ella Jenkins. We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. A, B, C, D, E — Justin Roberts See the full copyright. That brought us to Silly Dance Contest. (At least, it was perfect for Chicago in October.). (For an example of the Powerpoint and handouts that I made for each Shake, Shimmy please visit the original post.). This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. And another version of If You’re Happy and You Know It drew in the caregivers around the room. I followed this up with another free dance, Dance Like There’s Music In Your Pants, and I actually think that was poor planning on my part. How do you select the right picture book to read to an audience of children with special needs? Mee-ooow! Add some shakers and noisemakers and get everyone up dancing. I love practice waiting in an easy, friendly environment. Spin Around — The Fresh Beat Band Silly Dance Contest — Jim Gill Williams, Sue. I also think it’s important to reinforce that kids may not join in right away and that’s okay too! See? Great Big Sun — Justin Roberts Hello & How Are You? Lacome, Julie. Cabrera, Jane. Subway — Bari Koral Family Rock Band Book Barnes & … Book to Boogie is a monthly series that pairs picture books with dance and movement activities for preschool story time. "Scherrer clarifies the issues involved in using yoga in storytime and distills the relevant information to present a guide enabling any librarian to present an authentic yoga movement storytime. Falling — Joanie Leeds Because in addition to supporting early learning, storytime can provide young children with opportunities to explore physical movement. I spend a lot of time thinking about the best opening songs and ways to capture my group’s attention from the get-go and Get Your Move On is a great suggestion to do so. use at least one interactive story per storytime. My first four songs set an energetic mood for the rest of the program. 12 Action-Packed Picture Books that Get Kids Moving. With M&M, I start with a theme, then think about what songs might work, what activities, movement activities, etc., and often choose the books last. (I tend to aim for 2 or 2.5 minute songs once the props come out.) It depicts so many of the things that kids will see in our Music & Movement programs, it’s a great primer for them before we start. Jump, Jump got us up and moving, practicing our gross motor skills with large movements like spin and shake. Others … cow!") That lets the littles (who are almost always raring to go) immediately show off their best dance moves. Then, it was time to break out the shaker eggs! Clap Your Hands by Lorinda Bryan Cauley. Practice saying the words out loud so you get a feel for the rhythm or flow of the story. Body identification, movement, animals, Carle’s illustrations, large trim-size…what more could you ask for? I will say that this song was a bit long for the end of the program. I also provided a modification for grown-ups to use their babies as the “sun” and lift them up and down. by Lindsey Craig Farmyard Beat by Lindsey Craig Toddlerobics: Animal Fun by Zita Newcome Croaky Pokey by Ethan Long If You’re Happy and You Know It! Caps for Sale: A Tale of a Peddler, Some Monkeys and Their Monkey Business, 3 Reasons I Love Dollar Store Children’s Books, An Easy Worshipful, Restful and Simple Advent Season, Make Him Room: Writing the Names of Jesus, A Genius Simple Cleaning Checklist that will Make You Feel Like Supermom. A Frog in the Bog by Karma Wilson. 21 books to learn more about the Black Lives Matter movement and racial injustice From fiction to poetry – these are our top recommendations By Jennifer Savin Animal Action ABC by Karen Pandell. Before starting this song, I like to let everyone that we can spin with our hands (rolling our arms) or that it’s okay to take a break from the music. MY TWO HANDS/MY TWO FEET. What a way to spend the day, A book’s a special friend! Grab your 2021 Homemaking Ministries Online Conference Ticket HERE! My storytime groups are big so I sit on a chair. Fruit Salad Salsa — Laurie Berkner For the wrist ribbons today, I wanted the kids to use them to draw letters or shapes in the air during A, B, C, D, E. And I got to include some great caregiver tips about letter and shape identification being a precursor to reading. by Lindsey Craig, illustrated by Marc Brown. Shake Hands With Friends — Ella Jenkins. While I still use this criteria today, now I’ve come across a slight problem. All free printables offered are for personal use only. Also available from: Amazon. TODDLEROBICS: ANIMAL FUN. From Head to Toe Board Book by Eric Carle. The Singin', Sweatin', and Storytime curriculum gives young students a broad understanding of music and movement. Songs that can be used to get caregivers, babies, and children up off their feet. If you have a small group (5 or less children) you can get away with sitting on the ground with them. Music Class Today! Jump, Jump — Joanie Leeds Some kids LOVE to run underneath the parachute and “pop” the popcorn, while others are content to shake the parachute as our popcorn poppers. lists of recommended resources, from interactive print books to children’s music and videos available digitally, with tips on choosing the best materials. So I always plan on only two stories, one geared for the younger kids that’s simpler and one geared for the older kids, usually with some sort of movement involved to keep younger kids engaged. Our big parachute today became a popcorn popper with Popcorn Calling Me and some crumbled up recycled paper as our popcorn pieces on top. Tap the Magic Tree Inspired Storytime with Movement Activity. "Scherrer clarifies the issues involved in using yoga in storytime and distills the relevant information to present a guide enabling any librarian to present an authentic yoga movement storytime. I also love to talk about consent here — some friends love to give high fives, but some friends prefer waving so ask before you say hello! A skyscraper storytime outline perfect for toddler, preschool, or young elementary storytimes. The Countdown — Jim Gill Wake Up, Shake Up — Rolie Polie Guacamole I love a song that grown-ups can join me during, which is the beginning of this book for sure. — Old Town School of Folk Music If You’re Happy and You Know It — The Learning Groove My typical storytime outline is: Opening Song Opening Rhyme/Movement Book Rhyme/Movement Rhyme/Movement Rhyme/Movement Book Rhyme/Movement Rhyme/Movement Book/Choral Reading--Brown Bear, Brown Bear Shaky Eggs/Scarves Closing Song Playtime/Bubbles Of course, this outline doesn't always work. I remember I used to do this one back when I was in girl scout camp - I forgot about it until I saw one of my colleagues using it with a class) CHORUS: Aroostasha, Aroostasha, a sha, sha, sha… It depicts so many of the things that kids will see in our Music & Movement programs, it’s a great primer for them before we start. What books or activities to you enjoy with your stir-crazy kiddos? Barner, Bob. Children love books and children love to move. Hello & How Are You? With great rhythm, rhyme, repetition, and fun word play ("Puuurrrr! Dance Like There’s Music In Your Pants — Sara Lovell It’s also one that works well in our large-group setting! I try to encourage both ways, as they’re great ways to play along. Dance Floor Super Hero — The Fresh Beat Band WALKING THROUGH THE JUNGLE. Hello & How Are You? A fabulous program with lots of fun had by all. Several books to use for quick and easy movement explorations include • Alphabet Movers by Teresa Benzwie • How to Be a Cat by Nikki McClure • Stomp, Dinosaur, Stomp! It’s a really joyous time for everyone involved. Move Like an Animal — Birdie’s Playhouse It also some really fun opportunities for me to freeze in a very silly position as I know when the freezes are coming. A new nationwide reading movement is launching through a virtual storytime program with celebrity readers to help stress the power and importance of the … Get Your Move On — Mr. Jon & Friends by Margaret Mayo • Tip Tip Dig Dig by Emma Garcia. Jim Gill’s newest CD has some great material on it, but my favorite might be The Countdown. From Head to Toe by Eric Carle Bouncing, Hopping, & Jumping — Jim Gill *Also, thanks to Adaptive Umbrella and Polly Reedy who […] This led to lots of interesting hair as they all shook their heads at some point. I love modeling that this book can be sung to, that this book has a strong rhyme prediction sequence for kiddos, and that we’re practicing body identification while reading it together. If You’re Happy and You Know It — Old Town School of Folk Music Barnyard Dance! For the librarian looking for more mindful use of movement in storytime, this book is a must-have. More Suggestions. Lesson plans not only include sequential music and physical education concepts, but also multicultural songs, games, and stories, giving students a better understanding of … Friends Give Friends a Hand — Fresh Beat Band A CAPELLA MOVEMENTS Aroostasha (This is a great build-on movement to do with school aged children. And that is the magic of Jane Cabrera. Definitely a bumble this edition, but that’s 100% on me. For our scarves, we practiced tossing them into the air when Caspar Babypants said “POP” during Pop Goes the Weasel and then they became superhero capes with Dance Floor Super Hero. See more ideas about books, picture book, music and movement. In storytime, find a place to sit (usually at the front of the room) where everyone can see you. Hello, Goodbye — Caspar Babypants Because I don't rely on books to be the bulk of the program, it takes me a lot longer to pull together a plan. Young children love to move—and that’s a great thing! Feel free to use one photo provided that a link back to my original post is included. And then we practiced taking our ribbons off our wrists and letting them fall to the ground with the seasonally appropriate Falling. There are some days where we sing almost the whole time. We kept that interaction going by jumping on the El Train and traveling around the room. 12 Action-Packed Picture Books that Get Kids Moving. This one reinforces a lot of what we do in our opening song (clap, stomp) and we all know that kids learn best through repetition. Hello & How Are You? This is a whole packet of Fall themed Storytime complete with picture book lists, song ideas, and activities for 12 weeks of Fall. ), but from co-workers who heard it passing by the door or through the vent system. Great Big Sun lets our parachute turn into a giant sun that rises up and down while kiddos get to run underneath. by Sandra Boynton Luckily, both Spin Again and Rocketship Run have excellent instructions in the lyrics and we were able to follow along for the next two songs. Shake Hands With Friends — Ella Jenkins. SO GOOD. And then I get to model it around the room. I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More by Karen Beaumont Check to make sure it’s in good condition and there aren’t any ripped, damaged, or missing pages. — Old Town School of Folk Music WHAT IS SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER? Your email address will not be published. And reading together and moving together are good for children and families. This is the book that basically inspired the whole interactive book portion before the group begins to dance along to the music. I love this about so many of her books! Songs, rhymes and finger plays. Friends Give Friends a Hand was a great way to promote social-emotional development at this month’s event. Follow Victoria @ Creative Home Keeper's board Best of CHK on Pinterest. Books with very simple plots. WALK THE DOG. The series is curated by Kerry Aradhya of Picture Books & Pirouettes and written by a different guest writer each month. And reminding caregivers that they can use these kinds of songs to practice while out and about in the world too. Acting out stories using movement (e.g. Book Music Class Today! I love the urban setting, the diversity of the characters, and the great opportunities for interaction with the kids. Glittery, Sparkly Unicorn Storytime for … Going on a Bear Hunt ) Books with rhymes and lots of repetition Board books; pop up books Very large size picture books . I love the countdown aspect and the free dance. A new highly interactive early literacy storytime featuring instrument exploration, songs, fingerplays, dance and books for ages 3 and up. MOVEMENT: The Itsy Bitsy Spider* BOOK: Snowy Sunday by Phyllis Root, illustrated by Helen Craig. Listed are … Before jumping into the story, take time to read the title, auth… A few years ago, I blogged about tips and strategies for those of us selecting books for special needs storytimes. Our wrist ribbons today became two different kinds of imaginative play: paintbrushes and butterfly wings. All in all, another fantastic high-energy program. These topics come from a variety of sources and include a wide range of books, crafts, and fun activities for preschool children. Created by Community Librarians Sheila Grier and Chandra vanEijinsbergen, Music, Movement, and Stories (MnMS for short) is one of my favorite new children’s programs for ages 3-5 at Deschutes Public Library. This rhyming picture book is one that I used a while ago and was so happy to bring back to the Shake, Shimmy programming. It worked well to get everyone ready to make large group movements. Log in, **Affiliate links may be used in this post meaning, at no additional cost to you, if you click through and make a purchase, I receive a commission. Wake Up, Shake Up has a great beat to it and I asked the kiddos to shake up their bodies as we started our dancing. Shake Hands With Friends — Ella Jenkins. Please do not remove any watermarks, crop, or edit any of my images without first obtaining written permission from me. 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