Storytime for Scooters: Letter A

LETTER A STORYTIME

OPENING SONG

(see first storytime for words)

BOOK

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The Ants Go Marching by Rookie books

RHYME

The airplane has great big wings

(stretch arms out to side)

Its propeller spins and sings

(spin hands around fast)

The airplane goes up

(lift arms up)

The airplane goes down

(bend down, lower arms)

The airplane flies high

Over the town

(“fly” all around)

BOOK

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Airplanes by Byron Barton

SONG

When the horse wakes up in the morning he always says, NEIGH!

Cow, MOO!

Donkey, HEE-HAW!

Pig, OINK!

Sheep, BAA!

Duck, QUACK!

Chicken, CLUCK!

Dog, WOOF!

Cat, MEOW!

MAGNET BOARD BOOK

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Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins

Ten red apples hanging on the tree

Horse came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Neigh neigh neigh.

“Horse!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Nine red apples hanging on the tree.

Cow came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Moo Moo Moo.

“Cow!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Eight red apples hanging on the tree.

Donkey came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Hee-haw hee-haw hee-haw.

“Donkey!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Seven red apples hanging on the tree.

Pig came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Oink oink oink.

“Pig!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Six red apples hanging on the tree.

Sheep came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Baa baa baa.

“Sheep!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Five red apples hanging on the tree.

Duck came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Quack quack quack.

“Duck!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Four red apples hanging on the tree.

Chicken came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Cluck cluck cluck.

“Chicken!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Three red apples hanging on the tree.

Dog came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Woof woof woof.

“Dog!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

Two red apples hanging on the tree.

Cat came and ate one,

Munch munch munch.

Meow meow meow.

“Cat!” cried the farmer.

“Save some for me!”

One red apple hanging on the tree.

 “Good!” said the farmer.

“You saved one for me!”

Munch munch munch.

CLOSING SONG

(see first storytime for words)

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