Preschool Songs, Flannel Stories

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a woman in glasses holding up a yellow and black glove
Bugs bugs bugs
Insects and bugs theme: songs, and flannel stories
four different colored birds sitting on top of a metal surface with one bird in the middle
Flannel Friday: Five Little Birds
Five Little Birds 1 little bird with feathers of blue, flew beside the green one and then there were 2 2 little birds singing in the tree, the red one came to join them and then there were 3 3 little birds wishing there were more, along came the pink bird and then there were 4 4 little birds happy to be alive, found a yellow one and then there were 5 5 little birds happy as can be, singing beautiful songs just for you and me!
felt animals and trees on a white background
Spring flannel story rhyme: Wake Up Everybody It's Spring. A, Bee, C, Preschool
four children standing in a living room playing with wii motes and nunchucks
Act out the song Little Bunny Foo Foo. Some students can be the bunnies and others can be the fairy. A, Bee, C, Preschool
a poster with words and pictures on it that say down at the bunny shop poem
Down at the bunny shop can be used for color recognition, money counting, etc.
a man standing in front of sesame characters
Sesame Street: Will.i.am Sings "What I Am"
Love this song! ME
four children are posing in front of some art on the wall with their hands up
I Can Do It
I Can Do It
an image of a chicken reading a book with chicks around it on the ground in front of them
DHS | Division of Child Care & Early Childhood Education
A story a month has nursery rhymes and familiar stories, activities and black and white flannel board or coloring pictures to go with the stories
several felt handprints are laid out on a table
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Storytelling Button Snake make a felt cut out of each part of the story. Children button on each piece as you reach that part of the story. Supplies: 2 buttons, ribbon, felt pieces.
a blue and white snowflake is hanging on the wall
Activity: Five Little Snowflakes
One little snowflake with nothing to do, Along came another and Then there were two. 1-2. Two little snowflakes laughing with me, Along came another and Then there were three. 1-2-3. Three little snowflakes looking for some more, Along came another and Then there were four. 1-2-3-4. Four little snowflakes dancing a jive, Along came another and Then there were five. 1-2-3-4-5. Five little snowflakes having so much fun. Out came the sun and Then there were none.
four snowflakes are arranged in the shape of circles on a white surface
Activity: Five Little Snowflakes
FIVE LITTLE SNOWFLAKES Five little snowflakes Floating by my door, One blew away. WHOOSH! And then there were four. Four little snowflakes, Falling down on me, One blew away. WHOOSH! And then there were three. Three little snowflakes, Falling down on you, One blew away. WHOOSH! And then there were two. Two little snowflakes, Having lots of fun, One blew away. WHOOSH! And then there was one. One little snowflake, Lying in the sun, It melted away. SPLOOSH! And then there were none.
three felt penguins and two fish on a blue surface
Flannel Friday: There Was a Little Penguin
Therewas a little penguin Who waddled when she walked. She swam in the ocean, And she climbed on some rocks. (Before placing the penguin on the board, make her waddle, swim, and climb.) She snapped at seagull. (After placing the seagull on the board, snap hands together one time.) She snapped at a seal. (After placing the seal on the board, snap hands together one time.) She snapped at a fish. (After placing the fish on the board, snap hands together) Mmmm what a meal. Rub tummy
four colorful owls sitting on top of a striped tablecloth covered floor next to each other
What a HOOT (Owls)
Five hoot owls sitting in a tree One flew away! How many do you see? One, two, three, four. Four hoot owls sitting in a tree One flew away! How many do you see? One, two, three. Three hoot owls… etc.
a cartoon turkey holding a sign that says november is eat ham month
The Turkey Hop
Turkey Hop Do the turkey hop: Hop, Hop, Hop! Do the turkey run: Run, Run, Run! Do the turkey gobble: Gobble, Gobble, Gobble! It is lots of fun: Gobble, Gobble, Gobble. Now flap your wings: Flap, Flap, Flap! LIke the turkeys do: Flap, Flap, Flap! Then hide from the farmer, before he catches you! Did he catch you? No? Let's do it again!
an animal made out of paper with pom - poms on it's nose
dogs colorful day Children will laugh at the funny sounds and will help you keep count of Dog’s colorful spots. This works especially well using a flannelboard as a visual aid, while reading the book.