By Elizabeth Cothen Low
There are various books designed to aid librarians and academics get a hold of programming rules, yet this is one who compiles, organizes, and indexes texts and tunes completely. This extraordinary assortment, a stick to as much as the author's well known mammoth ebook of Animal Rhymes, Fingerplays, and Songs, is geared up round the 4 seasons, targeting kid's rhymes, fingerplays, songs, and poems on the subject of climate, time, and holidays.Designed as a one-stop source to assist librarians and educators locate fabric for his or her courses speedy and simply, the booklet positive factors nearly three hundred songs, rhymes, and fingerplays, together with a few Spanish-language types. fabric is topically prepared and offered in a structure which may simply be reproduced. there's a thematic index and beneficiant cross-referencing, in addition to age/grade degrees that might aid readers confirm which fabric is most suitable to a specific viewers. track for accompaniments is integrated, as are instructions for appearing the fingerplays.
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From Big Book of Seasons, Holidays, and Weather: Rhymes, Fingerplays, and Songs for Children by Elizabeth Cothen Low. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright © 2011. 37 It’s Raining, It’s Pouring (Traditional, Nursery Rhyme, B/PreS/K–5) It’s raining, it’s pouring; The old man is snoring. He went to bed and he Bumped his head And he couldn’t get up in the morning. The Learned Fish (Hilaire Belloc, Poem, K–5/6+) This learned Fish has not sufficient brains To go into the water when it rains.
Evening Red and Morning Gray (Traditional, Saying, K–5/6+) Evening red and morning gray Set the traveler on his way, But evening gray and morning red, Bring the rain upon his head. See also “If All the Raindrops” (Traditional, Song, PreS/K–5) in “The Four Seasons” chapter, weather section. If Bees Stay at Home (Traditional, Saying, PreS/ K–5) If bees stay at home, Rain will soon come; If they fly away, Fine will be the day. From Big Book of Seasons, Holidays, and Weather: Rhymes, Fingerplays, and Songs for Children by Elizabeth Cothen Low.
Spring: Gardens and Flowers As White as Milk (Traditional, Riddle, 6+) As white as milk, And not milk; As green as grass, And not grass; As red as blood, And not blood; As black as soot, And not soot! Answer: A bramble-blossom Baby Seed Song (Edith Nesbit, Poem, 6+) Little brown brother, oh! little brown brother, Are you awake in the dark? ” the lark says, “waken and dress you; Put on your green coats and gay, Blue sky will shine on you, sunshine caress you— Waken! ” Little brown brother, oh! little brown brother, What kind of flower will you be?
Big Book of Seasons, Holidays, and Weather: Rhymes, Fingerplays, and Songs for Children by Elizabeth Cothen Low