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Once Upon a Time Storytime Program for Ages 4–5 Opening Song Moving Hands 2.08 2.09 (sung to the tune of “The Farmer in the Dell”) Put your hands...

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Once Upon a Time Storytime Program for Ages 4–5

Opening Song Moving Hands

2.08

2.09

(sung to the tune of “The Farmer in the Dell”)

Put your hands on your head, (Suit actions to words) Put your hands on your knees, Put your hands behind you now, If you please. Put your hands on your tummy, Put your hands on your toes,

Put your hands upon your cheeks, Put them on your nose. Put your hands in the air, Put your hands on your hair, Clap your hands, one, two, three, Then fold them on your knees.

Rhyme Tell Me a Story Tell me a story! Set me free, In the land of throne-walled castles And the magic number three. Three bears, three pigs, three billy goats, (Hold up three fingers) And wishes…always three! Early Literacy Tip: Share folktales with your child often. These traditional stories stimulate the imagination, and they also teach children crucial social and moral lessons.

Opening Book Goldilocks and the Three Bears, by Valeri Gorbachev

Creative Dramatics Goldilocks Goldilocks, Goldilocks, turn around. (Suit motions to words) Goldilocks, Goldilocks, touch the ground. Goldilocks, Goldilocks, knock on the door. Goldilocks, Goldilocks, eat some porridge. Goldilocks, Goldilocks, have a seat. (Squat)

Goldilocks, Goldilocks, go to sleep! (Put cheek on folded hands) Goldilocks, Goldilocks, run, run, run! (Run fast in place) ©Pam Schiller & Thomas Moore from Where Is Thumbkin? Gryphon, 1993.

Once Upon a Time

Song The Three Bears Rap

2.22

(Have children pat thighs or clap hands to the beat.) Once upon a time in the middle of the “Someone has been sitting in my chair,” woods, said the Mama Bear. There lived three bears, I said three bears, (Children echo “said the Mama Bear”) One was a Papa Bear, one was a Mama Bear, “Be-Bop a Re Bear,” said the Little Wee Bear, one was a Baby Bear. “Someone has broken my chair! YEAH!” Along came a girl with golden curls, “Someone has been sleeping in my bed,” She knocked on the door, but no one said the Papa Bear. was there, (Children echo “said the Papa Bear”) So she walked right in, had herself a ball, Because she didn’t care. “Someone has been sleeping in my bed,” Then home, home, home came the Papa Bear. said the Mama Bear. Home, home, home, came the Mama Bear. (Children echo “said the Mama Bear”) Home, home, home, came the Baby Bear. “Be-Bop a Re Bear,” said the Little Wee Bear, “Someone has been eating my soup,” “Someone’s asleep in my bed! YEAH!” said the Papa Bear. Just then Goldilocks woke up, (Children echo “said the Papa Bear”) She broke up the party, and she beat it out of “Someone has been eating my soup,” there, said the Mama Bear. “Bye, bye, bye,” said the Papa Bear. (Children echo “said the Mama Bear”) “Bye, bye, bye,” said the Mama Bear. “Be-Bop a Re Bear,” said the Little Wee Bear, “Be-Bop a Re Bear,” said the Little Wee Bear. “Someone has eaten my soup! YEAH!” So ends the story of the three bears! YEAH! “Someone has been sitting in my chair,” said the Papa Bear. (Children echo “said the Papa Bear”) Early Literacy Tip: Have your child participate in storytelling by joining in when there are repeated phrases, like in our next story. This helps build your child’s narrative skills.

Participation Book The Little Red Hen, by Byron Barton Have children join in on “Not I.”

Once Upon a Time

Song Little Red Hen

2.05

(sung to the tune of “Five Little Ducks”)

A little red hen found wheat one day. (Reach down and pretend to pick up wheat) She wanted to turn it into bread. She asked her friends if they would help. (Point to other people) But “No, not I” was all they said. (Point to self and shake head “no”) She ground the wheat to flour alone, (Pretend to grind wheat) And then set out to bake her bread. (Pretend to bake bread)

She asked her friends if they would help. But “No, not I” was all they said. (Point to self and shake head “no”) She made her dough and baked alone, (Make kneading motions) And then sat down to eat her bread. (Pretend to eat bread) Her friends all came around to eat. But “None for you” is what she said. (Shake head “no”) ©Pam Schiller

Song This Little Pig

2.20

(sung to the tune of “This Old Man”)

This little pig, he liked to play. He built his house the easy way. With a stick from here and a stick from over there, (Pretend to build house) This little pig just didn’t care. This little pig, he liked to play. He built his house the easy way. With straw from here and straw from over there, (Pretend to build house) This little pig just didn’t care. This little pig, he was smart. He knew his house wouldn’t fall apart.

With a brick from here and a brick from over there, (Pretend to build house) This little pig built a house with care. The big bad wolf, he liked to eat. (Pretend to eat) Little pigs are a special treat. With a huff, huff, puff, puff, and a mighty gust, (Huff and puff) Sticks and straw just turn to dust. One brick house, standing tall, Big Bad Wolf can’t make it fall. With a huff, huff, puff, puff and a mighty cry, (Huff and puff) Surrender, wolf, and say “bye-bye.” (Wave bye)

Early Literacy Tip: Reading a picture book to your child is very different than telling a story orally. Folktales have been passed down orally from generation to generation—try telling folktales to your child and expressing them creatively.

Visual Props Book The Gingerbread Boy, by Paul Galdone (or other illustrated version) Share this book or another illustrated version appropriate for this age. Use as a flannel or magnetic board story. Patterns can be found at: www.kizclub.com/storypatterns/gingerbread(C).pdf.

Once Upon a Time

Song Gingerbread

1.25

(sung to the tune of “Jingle Bells”)

Gingerbread, gingerbread, (Hold hands up like holding a tray) Warming on the tray. Oh, how good you smell to me, (Sniff, sniff) On this yummy day! Gingerbread, gingerbread, Cooling on the rack. (Hold hands with palms down and move from side to side)

Oh, how good you look to me, I want you for a snack. (Pretend to eat) Gingerbread, gingerbread, Waiting to be mine. (Point to self) Oh, how good you taste to me, (Pretend to eat) Gingerbread divine! © Pam Schiller

Rhyme/Chant Who Stole the Cookies? (Teach children the chant and then play the game. After the last verse, answer “Then who?” with “the cookie monster!”) Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? [Child’s name] stole the cookies from the cookie jar! Who, me? Yes, you! Couldn’t be! Then who? (Say another child’s name and then repeat chant using new name)

Closing Song Library Storytime Song

2.01

2.02

(sung to the tune of “I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad”)

I came to my storytime (Sway from side to side throughout and point to self) At the library today, I came to my storytime (Point to self) To sing, and laugh, and play, I listened to some picture books, Sang songs, said some rhymes, I hope I can come back again,

Because I had a very good time! I want to come back, (Clap!) I want to come back, (Clap!) I want to come back to storytime! I want to come back, (Clap!) I want to come back, (Clap!) To my storytime! (Spoken) See you soon! (Wave goodbye)

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