Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Storytime Programs - Fall II, 2018: Week Five

Welcome to storytime!  This is the fifth week of Fall II storytime programs.  In addition to our weekly storytimes, there are numerous special events happening so be sure to check our Event Calendar, give us a call, or stop by the desk in the Early Learning Center if you would like more information. We hope that you'll be joining us.  Remember, we have storytimes at all three locations!  Below you will find some of the books, rhymes, and fingerplays we are presenting this week.


Baby Rhyme Time (For babies 0-11 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Zoom!  Things That Go by Sassy Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Zoom, Zoom, Baby! by Karen Katz Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Bicyle
I like to ride my bicycle ("bicycle" baby's legs)
I ride it to the shop
And when I see the big red light
I know that I must stop
Red light (stop)
Yellow light ("bicycle" slowly)
Green means go go go go go go! ("bicycle" fast)




Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden’s top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Physical Development 1: Perceptual Motor Skills and Movement Concepts
Child moves body and interacts with the environment, demonstrating increasing awareness of own physical effort, body awareness, spatial awareness, and directional awareness.

Wonderful Ones (For babies 12-23 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Splish, Splash Ducky! by Lucy Cousins Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Who's in the Farmyard? by Phillis Gershator Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: The Animals on the Farm (Tune: The Wheels on the Bus)
The cows on the farm go moo, moo, moo
Moo, moo, moo, moo, moo, moo
The cows on the farm go moo, moo, moo
All day long
Horses – Neigh
Pigs – oink
Duck - Quack





Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy 5: Interest in Literacy
Child shows interest in books, songs, rhymes, stories, and other literacy activities in increasingly  complex ways.

Terrific Twos (For toddlers 2-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
Families by Lisa Easterling Click here to find the book in the catalog.
In Grandma's Arms by Jayne C. Shelton Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Family!
Give me an F!  Give me an A!  Give me an M!  Give me an I!
Give me an L!  Give me a Y!  What does that spell?
FAMILY!!!
What begins with F?  (Show F pictures/objects)
What begins with A?  (Show A pictures)
What begins with M?  (Show M pictures)
What begins with I?  (Show I pictures)
What begins with L?  (Show L pictures)
What begins with Y?  (Show Y pictures)
Give me an F!  Give me an A!  Give me an M!  Give me an I!
Give me an L!  Give me a Y!  What does that spell?
FAMILY!!!
Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy Development 7: Concepts About Print
Child shows an increasing understanding of the conventions and physical organization of print material and that print carries meaning.

1, 2, 3, Go!  (For children 1-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
Bear Can't Sleep by Karma Wilson Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Sleepy Bear by Lydia Dabcovich Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Two Little Bears
Two little bears sitting on a hill
One named Jack and one named Jill
Run away Jack, run away Jill
Come back Jack, come back Jill

Two little bears digging in the snow
One named Fast and one named Slow...

Two little black bears feeling very proud
One named Quiet and one named Loud...

Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language & Literacy Development 5: Interest in Literacy
Child shows interest in books, songs, rhymes, stories, and other literacy activities in increasingly complex ways. 

StoryMix For 3 to 6 (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books 
The Very Cranky Bear by Nick Bland Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Shake the Tree by Chiara Vignocchi Click here to find the book in the catalog. 

A Good Day For a Hat by T. Nat Fuller Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Bears (Tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb)
Grizzly bears are big and brown
Big and brown, big and brown
Grizzly bears are big and brown
And live in the woods

Polar bears are soft and white
Soft and white, soft and white
Polar bears are soft and white
And live where it is cold

Teddy bears are just my size
Just my size, just my size
Teddy bears are just my size
To cuddle with at night



Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:



Language & Literacy Development 5: Interest in Literacy
Child shows interest in books, songs, rhymes, stories, and other literacy activities in increasingly complex ways.

STEAM Storytime (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books
Winter Is For Snow by Robert Neubecker Click here to find the book in the catalog. 
Millions of Snowflakes by Mary McKenna Siddals Click here to find the book in the catalog. 

Action Rhyme: Hat and Jacket 
Hat and jacket, pants and boots
Pants and boots
Hat and jacket, pants and boots
Pants and boots
When it's cold and we go outside to play
We wear hat and jacket
Pants and boots, pants and boots!
(From: Miss Carole's Season Sings! CD Click here to find the CD in the catalog.

Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Math 6: Shapes 
Child shows an increasing knowledge of shapes and their characteristics. 

We learned that snowflakes have six sides, called a hexagon, and that no two are the same. We also learned that symmetry means that each side of the shape is the same when we made paper snowflakes.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Storytime Programs - Fall II, 2018: Week Four

Welcome to storytime!  This is the fourth week of Fall II storytime programs.  In addition to our weekly storytimes, there are numerous special events happening so be sure to check our Event Calendar, give us a call, or stop by the desk in the Early Learning Center if you would like more information. We hope that you'll be joining us.  Remember, we have storytimes at all three locations!  Below you will find some of the books, rhymes, and fingerplays we are presenting this week.


Baby Rhyme Time (For babies 0-11 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Will You Wear a Blue Hat? by Rookie Toddler Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Red Pepper Yellow Squash by Rookie Toddler Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme:  Can You See Colors?
Can you see the color red (hold something "red" for your baby to see)
The color red, the color red?
Can you see the color red?
I'll hold it in the air!
(repeat with other colors)




Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden’s top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Social & Emotional Development 3: Relationships & Social Interactions with Familiar Adults
Child develops close relationships with one or more adults (including family members) and interacts in an increasingly competent and cooperative manner with familiar adults.

Wonderful Ones (For babies 12-23 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Can You Cuddle Like a Koala? by John Butler Click here to find the book in the catalog.
We've All Got Belly Buttons by David Martin Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: The Wiggle Song (Tune: For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow)
My hands are starting to wiggle
My hands are starting to wiggle
My hands are starting to wiggle
Around and around and around
(Feet/Now all of me is-a-wiggle)





Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy Development 2: Responsiveness to Language
Child communicates or acts in response to language and responds to increasingly complex language.

Terrific Twos (For toddlers 2-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
We Are Family by Patricia Hegarty Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Cha Cha Chimps by Julia Durango Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Monkey See
Monkey see, monkey do
Monkey does the same as you
Monkey, monkey in the tree
Can you clap your hands like me?
(Nod head/Swing tail/Climb a tree/Sit back down)

Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy Development 9: Letter and Word Knowledge 
Child shows increasing awareness of letters in the environment and their relationship to sound, and increasing understanding that letters make up words. 

1, 2, 3, Go!  (For children 1-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
Owl Sees Owl by Laura Godwin & Rob Dunlavey Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Night Owl by Toni Yuly Click here to find the book in the catalog. 


Action Rhyme:  Owls Are Hooting
Owls are hooting in the tree, in the tree, in the tree
Owls are hooting in the tree all night long
Let's flap our wings like swooping owls, swooping owls, swooping owls
Let's flap our wings like swooping owls all night long
Owls are sleeping in the tree, in the tree, in the tree
Owls are sleeping in the tree all day long!
Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Physical Development 2: Gross Locomotor Movement Skills
Child shows increasing proficiency in fundamental locomotor skills (e.g. rolling crawling, jumping).

StoryMix For 3 to 6 (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books 
Sloth Slept On by Fran Preston-Gannon Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Goodnight Already by Jory John and Benji Davies Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Goodnight, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Five in the Bed
There were five in the bed and the little one said, "Roll over, roll over."
So they all rolled over and one fell out.
(There were four, three, two...)
There was one in the bed and the little one said, "I'm lonely, I'm lonely." 



Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:



Language & Literacy Development 5: Interest in Literacy
Child shows interest in books, songs, rhymes, stories, and other literacy activities in increasingly complex ways.


Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Storytime Programs - Fall II, 2018: Week Three

Welcome to storytime!  This is the third week of Fall II storytime programs.  In addition to our weekly storytimes, there are numerous special events happening so be sure to check our Event Calendar, give us a call, or stop by the desk in the Early Learning Center if you would like more information. We hope that you'll be joining us.  Remember, we have storytimes at all three locations!  Below you will find some of the books, rhymes, and fingerplays we are presenting this week.


Baby Rhyme Time (For babies 0-11 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Whoa, Baby, Whoa! by Grace Nichols Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Baby's Bathtime by Fiona Watt Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Bubble Bath
Bubbly, bubbly bubble bath
Filled to the top
Listen to the bubbly bubbles
Pop! Pop! Pop! (Clap hands loudly)



Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden’s top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Heath 2: Personal Care Routines
Child understands, responds to, and initiates personal care routines and shows increasing knowledge and skills of how and when to apply them.

Wonderful Ones (For babies 12-23 months and a caregiver)

Books 
This Little Chick by John Lawrence Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Where Is My Mommy?  by Julie Downing Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: We Love Mothers
We love mothers, we love mothers
Yes we do, yes we do
Mothers are for hugging
Mothers are for kissing
We love you, yes we do





Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Health 3: Active Physical Play
Child engages in physical activities with increasing endurance and intensity.

Terrific Twos (For toddlers 2-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
We Are a Family by Robyn Newton Click here to find the book in the catalog.
My Dad is the Best Playground by Luciano Powell Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: My Family
This is mama, kind and dear (point to thumb)
This is papa, standing near (point o pointer finger)
This is brother, see how tall (point to middle finger)
This is sister, not so tall (point to ring finger)
This is baby, sweet and small (point to pinky finger)

This is the family, one and all! (wiggle all fingers)

Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy Development 9
Child demonstrates ability to recognize and name some upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet, especially the letters in his or her name.

1, 2, 3, Go!  (For children 1-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims by B. G. Hennessy Click here to find the book in the catalog. 
Duck and Goose Find a Pumpkin by Tad Hills Click here to find the book in the catalog. 


Action Rhyme:  Turkey
Hello Mister Turkey, how are you? 
Hello Mr. Turkey, how are you?
With your gobble, gobble, gobble 
And your waddle, waddle, waddle
Hello Mr. Turkey, how are you?
Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Physical Development 2: Gross Locomotor Movement Skills
Child shows increasing proficiency in fundamental locomotor skills (e.g. rolling crawling, jumping).

StoryMix For 3 to 6 (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books 

Thanksgiving for Emily Ann by Teresa Johnston Click here to find the book in the catalog.  
Baby Bear Counts One by Ashley Wolff Click here to find the book in the catalog.
I See Fall by Charles Chigna Click here to find the book in the catalog. 


Action Rhyme: Turkey Pokey

You put your right wing in 
You put your right wing out 
You put your right wing in 
And you shake it all about.
You do the turkey pokey
And you turn yourself around 
That's what it's all about
*Additional verses: Left wing, Drumsticks, Wattle (Head), Tail Feathers (Bottom), Turkey body

Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Physical Development 2: Gross Locomotor Movement Skills

Child shows increasing proficiency in fundamental locomotor skills.  (e.g. dancing, running, and jumping) 

STEAM Storytime (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books
One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims by B. G. Hennessy Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Ten in the Den by John Butler Click here to find the book in the catalog. 


Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Math 2: Number Sense of Quantity  

Child shows developing understanding of number and quantity.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Storytime Programs - Fall II, 2018: Week Two

Welcome to storytime!  This is the second week of Fall II storytime programs.  In addition to our weekly storytimes, there are numerous special events happening so be sure to check our Event Calendar, give us a call, or stop by the desk in the Early Learning Center if you would like more information. We hope that you'll be joining us.  Remember, we have storytimes at all three locations!  Below you will find some of the books, rhymes, and fingerplays we are presenting this week.


Baby Rhyme Time (For babies 0-11 months and a caregiver)

Books 
My First Touch and Feel Pets by Tiger Tales Click here to find the book in the catalog.
I Love Kittens by Rookie Toddler Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Ten Little Puppies
One little, two little, three little puppies
Four little, five little, six little puppies
Seven little, eight little, nine little puppies
Ten little puppies play with me



Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden’s top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Math 2: Sense of Quantity
Child shows developing understanding of number and quantity.

Wonderful Ones (For babies 12-23 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Sleepyheads by Sandra Howatt Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Little Sleepyhead by Elizabeth McPike Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: The Baby Is Trying to Sleep
The chicks say, "Cheep, cheep,"
The puppies say, "Woof, woof,"
The mommies say, "Shh, shh, the baby is trying to sleep."
The birds say, "Tweet, tweet,"
The kittens say, "Meow, meow,"
The daddies say, "Shh, shh, the baby is trying to sleep."




Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Health 1: Safety
Child shows awareness of safety and increasingly demonstrates knowledge of safety skills when participating in daily activities.

Terrific Twos (For toddlers 2-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
Families, Families, Families! by Suzanne & Max Lang Click here to find the book in the catalog. 
Farmyard Beat by Lindsay Craig Click here to find the book in the catalog. 

Action Rhyme: Old McDonald (presented with puppets)
Old McDonald had a farm
E-I-E-I-O
And on his farm he had a cow
E-I-E-I-O
With a moo moo here and a moo moo there
Here a moo, there a moo
Everywhere a moo moo
Old McDonald had a farm
E-I-E-I-O
(Repeat with other animals)


Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language and Literacy Development 4: Reciprocal Communication and Conversation 
Child engages in back-and-forth communication that develops into increasingly extended conversations.

1, 2, 3, Go!  (For children 1-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
That Pup! by Lindsay Barrett George Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Frisky Brisky Hippity Hop by Susan Lurie Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Squirrel
Five little squirrels with acorns to store
One ran home and now there are four!
Four little squirrels playing in a tree
One ran home and now there are three!
Three little squirrels wondering what to do
One ran home and now there are two!
Two little squirrels tossing acorns for fun
One ran home and now there is one!
One little squirrel playing in the sun
He ran home and now there are none

Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Math 2: Number Sense of Quantity
Child shows developing understanding of number and quantity.

StoryMix For 3 to 6 (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books 
Surprise! by Caroline Hadilaksono Click here to find the book in the catalog. 

Bear and Squirrel Are Friends by Deb Pilutti Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Oh So Quiet! by Lindsey Craig Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Five Little Leaves (Tune: Five Little Ducks Went Out to Play)
Five little leaves went out to play
They danced and danced on a tree all day
The wind came blowing through the town
Whoooooooooh!
And one little leaf came falling down

Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:



Physical Development 2: Gross Locomotor Movement Skills

Child shows increasing proficiency in fundamental locomotor skills.  (e.g. dancing, running, and jumping) 


Thursday, November 8, 2018

Storytime Programs - Fall II, 2018: Week One

Welcome back to storytime!  This is the first week of Fall II storytime programs.  In addition to our weekly storytimes, there are numerous special events happening so be sure to check our Event Calendar, give us a call, or stop by the desk in the Early Learning Center if you would like more information. We hope that you'll be joining us.  Remember, we have storytimes at all three locations!  Below you will find some of the books, rhymes, and fingerplays we are presenting this week.


Baby Rhyme Time (For babies 0-11 months and a caregiver)

Books 
I Will Love You Forever by Caroline Jayne Church Click here to find the book in the catalog.
I Love You As Much... by Laura Krauss Melmed Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Just Like Me (Tune: "London Bridge")
Make your hands go clap, clap, clap
Clap, clap, clap
Make your hands go clap, clap, clap
Just like me
(Make your feet go tap, tap, tap)



Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden’s top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Approaches to Learning - Self Regulation 1: Curiosity and Initiative in Learning
Child explores the environment in increasingly focused ways to learn about people, things, materials, and events.

Wonderful Ones (For babies 12-23 months and a caregiver)

Books 
Peek-A-Moo by Marie Torres Cimarusti Click here to find the book in the catalog.
I Went Walking by Sue Williams Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Old MacDonald
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
And on his farm he had a cow E-I-E-I-O
With a moo moo here and a moo moo there
Here a moo, there a moo,
Everywhere a moo moo
Old MacDonald had a farm E-I-E-I-O
(Pig - oink, Duck - quack)





Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Approaches to Learning - Self Regulation 1: Curiosity and Initiative in Learning

Child explores the environment in increasingly focused ways to learn about people, things, materials, and events.

Terrific Twos (For toddlers 2-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
My House by Byron Barton Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Here, George! by Sandra Boynton Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Where Do We Live?
A squirrel lives in a tree (form tree shape with hands)
A snail lives in a shell (cover fist with opposite hand)
A bear lives in a cave (make fist with thumb inside)

It suits her very well
A fish lives in a bowl (form circle with hands)
A bird lives in a nest (cup hands together)
We live in a home (make roof above head with arms)
We think our home is best

Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Cognition: Math 2 : Number Sense of Quantity
Child shows developing understanding of number and quantity.

1, 2, 3, Go!  (For children 1-3 years and a caregiver)

Books 
Mouse's First Fall by Lauren Thompson Click here to find the book in the catalog.
Who Loves the Fall? by Bob Raczka Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Leaves (tune: London Bridge)
Pretty leaves are falling down
Falling down, falling down
Pretty leaves are falling down
All through the town
(Let’s rake them up in a pile…
Let’s all jump in and have some fun…)


Parents & Caregivers

Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:

Gross Locomotor Movement Skills: Physical Development 2
Child shows increasing proficiency in fundamental locomotor skills (e.g. rolling crawling, jumping).

StoryMix For 3 to 6 (For children 3-6 years without caregiver)

Books 
Hector the Collector by Emily Beeny Click here to find the book in the catalog.
In the Middle of Fall by Kevin Henkes Click here to find the book in the catalog.

Action Rhyme: Five Little Leaves (Tune: Five Little Ducks Went Out to Play)
Five little leaves went out to play
They danced and danced on a tree all day
The wind came blowing through the town
Whoooooooooh!
And one little leaf came falling down

Parents & Caregivers
Kindergarten Readiness is one of Gail Borden's top priorities for your preschoolers.  Today in storytime, your child will practice the following KIDS standard:


Language & Literacy Development 5: Interest in Literacy 
Child shows interest in books, songs, rhymes, stories, and other literacy activities in increasingly complex ways.


Spanish Family Storytime/Cuentos para la Familia (For the whole family)

Libros/Books
Momentos Tiernos en el Reino Animal (los Animales y sus Bebés) Click here to find the book in the catalog./Haga clic aquí para encontrar el libro en el catálogo.
Momentos Divertidos en el Reino Animal (los Animales y sus Amigos) Click here to find the book in the catalog./Haga clic aquí para encontrar el libro en el catálogo.
All by Stephanie Maze

En el programa cantamos sobre las vocales/In the program we sang about the vowels:
Las vocales, las vocales (2)  (the vowels)                                                                                   

Cinco son, cinco son    (there are five)   
A, E, I,O,U, (2)                                                                                                    
las vocales, cinco son.  (vowels, there are five)

Luego nos enfocamos en una palabra que comienza con la letra A…¡Animales!  /Then we focused on a word with the letter A…Animals!
¡Vimos y aprendimos cómo diferentes animales viven, animales que viven a nuestro alrededor y alrededor de nuestro planeta! /We looked at and learned about different animals that live around us and around the planet!
¡En su casa o de paseo menciona los animales y hable sobre ellos!  Pregúntele a su niño con qué letra comienza los nombres de los animales que mencionaron!  Además, pueden practicar los sonidos del comienzo de los nombres de los animales.
At your home or when you go outside mention different animals and talk about them!  Ask your child with what letter the animal’s name starts.  Also, you can practice the sounds of what the animal names start with.