On this blog, I will share my ideas for an at-home preschool that I do with my children, ideas for surviving motherhood, library story time ideas, ideas for my various LDS callings, Family Home Evening ideas, and whatever other random ideas that I have. I borrow ideas from the world of great minds and will try to give credit as much as possible. Thanks for dropping by!

Monday, February 22, 2016

Library Tiny Tot Tales-On the Farm

Tiny tot tales
September-Farm tales

Welcome Song (tune: London Bridges)
Come along and clap with me,
Clap with me, clap with me.
Come along and clap with me,
It’s time for story time.

Good-bye Song (tune: Here We Are Together)
Now we wave good-bye,
Good-bye, good-bye.
Now we wave good-bye,
We’ll see you next time.

Great Books to Read Together:
If You Give a Pig a Pancake—Laura Numeroff
Little Blue Truck—Alice Schertle
The Little Red Hen—Diane Muldrow or Paul Galdone
Click, Clack, Moo Cows that Type—Doreen Cronin
Cock-A-Doodle-Doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo—Giles Andreae
Peek-a-Moo!—Marie Torres Cimarusti
Big Red Barn—Margaret Wise Brown
Barnyard Dance—Sandra Boynton
Meow Said the Cow—Emma Dodd
Gobble Gobble Moooo Tractor Book—Jez Alborough

Great Educational Websites:
Farm preschool free downloadable learning packets: http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com/free-instant-download-farm-printable-pack/

Activity ideas & Recipes:

2 cups (12 oz) semisweet chocolate chips
2 cups butterscotch chips (or peanut butter if no allergies)
½ tsp. vanilla
3 cups chow mien noodles
Optional: May add 1 cup chopped nuts, raisins, or whatever sounds good.
Melt chips; mix in noodles until coated well.
Drop by teaspoon onto wax paper. Put in refrigerator to set.

1 cup milk
1 sliced banana
¼ cup unsweetened grape juice
Mix all ingredients together in a blender.
Makes 4-6 small servings
Tiny Tot Tip of the Month
Read aloud to your child EVERY DAY. It’s never too early or too late to start reading to your child. It doesn’t need to be for a long period of time, just a few minutes everyday. Experiment to find what time of day works best for your child: morning, right before or after meal times, bedtime, etc. Don’t worry if you don’t get all the way through books at first. Keep trying and keep it fun.

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