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"Milking" a Cow
I filled one or two fingers of a glove with white paint and using a safety pin poked holes in the fingers. The kids "milked" the cow to get the paint on the black construction paper and then finger painted with the "milk".


They wrote their names in the "milk".

Sheep masks

Sheep that go with our weekly Bible memory verse

This Little Piggy
Use two sized paper plates and shapes for the feet, ears, and nose. Draw on details and don't forget the tail


Paint a twin size sheet to look like a barn. Children can make animals masks or wear headbands. Children hide behind sheet as son Old MacDonald is sung and emerge through door as their animal name is called.


Masks to go with poem:

Title: 5 LITTLE MONKEYS
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5 little monkeys high up in the tree.
Teasing Mr. Alligator,
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Along comes Mr. Alligator quiet as can be…SNAP!

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I did this in gym with my kindergarten class and they loved it so much we did it many times!  I called out the name of an animal and they had to act like that animal.  Then, I would shout "Freeze!" and they would stop to listen for the next animal.  I tried to give them a variety of movements, and alternated between animals that run, walk, fly, crawl, etc.  Some of our favourites:  monkey, snake, crow, fish, dog, cheetah.  We talked about how some animals are slow and some are fast, some quiet, some loud.  Great fun!

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"Inside A Barn In The Country"
I was surprised that no one mentioned this book.  It's even better if you have the tape.  It is done really well with a really cute song that your class will really respond to.  The book is stimulating for their cognitive thinking and by the end of the song i'll bet most of your class will be able to tell you the sequence of the animals in the story.  It is a great idea for you listening center.

FIVE LITTLE DUCKS
Five little ducks went in for a swim. (Hold up hand, extend fingers.)
The first little duck put his head in.  (Point to each finger in turn.)
The second little duck put his head back.
The third little duck said, "Quack, quack, quack."
The fourth little duck with his tiny brother
Went for a walk with his father and mother. ("Walk" fingers up opposite arm.)

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Five little kittens standing in a row,  (Extend left fingers upward, palm out.)
They nod their heads to the children, so. (Bend fingers forward.)
They run to the left; they run to the right;  (Wiggle fingers to left; then to right.)
They stand up and stretch in the bright sunlight.  (Stretch fingers slowly.)
Along comes a dog, who's in for some fun, (Move right fist slowly toward stretching fingers.)
M-e-o-w!  See those kittens run! (Run left fingers behind back.)

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I have a little puppy,
He loves to romp with me.   (Jump around.)
But when he hears the school bus beep,  (Make sound of horn.)
He's as sad as sad can be.  (Look sad.)

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Ten little ducklings, (Move hands back and forth in waddling motion.)
Dash, dash, dash!
Jumped in the duck pond, (Motion of jumping.)
Splash, splash, splash!
When the mother called them,
"Quack, quack, quack!"
Ten little ducklings
Swam right back. (Motion of swimming.)

P-I-G-G-Y  (sung to "Bingo")
There was a hungry little hog,
And Piggy was his name-o.
P-I-G-G-Y, P-I-G-G-Y, P-I-G-G-Y,
And Piggy was his name-o!

CHICKENS
One, two, three little chickens. (Count three fingers.)
Dear little downy things,
Cuddling away from every danger (Nestle one hand under other arm.)
Under their mother's wings.
Peep, peep, when the baby's sleepy,
This is the song she sings. (Assume a relaxing position.)
Sleep, sleep, sleep, little chicks,
Little chicks sleep in the night.

The Chickens
Said the first little chicken,
With a strange little squirm,
"I wish I could find
A fat little worm."
Said the next little chicken,
With an odd little shrug:
"I wish I could find
A fat little bug."
Said a third little chicken,
With a small sigh of grief,
"I wish I could find
A green little leaf!"
Said the fourth little chicken,
With a faint little moan,
"I wish I could find
A wee gravel stone."
"Now, see here!" said the mother,
From the green garden patch,
"If you want any breakfast,
Just come here and scratch!"

PAPER PLATE PIGS
Your little ones will be hog-wild about these precious piggy projects for National Pig Day. To make one, sponge-paint one side of two large paper plates and one small paper plate pink. When the paint is dry, poke a brad through the center of the smaller plate, and then loosely attach this plate to one of the larger plates. Cut out and glue construction paper ears, eyes, and a snout to the smaller plate. Staple the rims of the large plates together so that the unpainted sides face each other. Stuff the body of the pig with crumpled tissue paper. As a final touch, cut a tail from a pink construction paper circle as shown, and then glue the tail to the back of the pig. "Sue-ey"!

LITTLE CHICK LITTLE CHICK
There's nothing like an entertaining action poem to get your little chicks cheeping! To prepare for this activity, make five chick necklaces, each labeled with a different number from 1 to 5. During your group time, invite five children to stand in front of the class. Provide each child with a chick necklace and identify its number. As you recite the poem below, have each little chick perform an action as directed in the poem.
Little chick, little chick, number one,
Flap your wings and have some fun.
Little chick, little chick, number two,
Reach way down and touch your shoe.
Little chick, little chick, number three,
Nod your head for us to see.
Little chick, little chick, number four,
Jump up high, right off the floor.
Little chick, little chick number five,
Dance around and do the jive.

ANIMALS ON THE FARM
The Animals on the Farm
(sung to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus")
The [cow] on the farm goes
[Moo, moo, moo,]
[Moo, moo, moo,]
[Moo, moo, moo,]
The cow on the farm goes
[Moo, moo moo,]
All through the day.

FARM SONGS AND POEMS
"On a Farm" (Sung to "London Bridge is Falling Down")
Animals live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Animals live on a farm, with the farmer.
Cows and pigs live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Cows and pigs live on a farm, with the farmer.
Goats and sheep live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Goats and sheep live on a farm, with the farmer.
Hens and chicks live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Hens and chicks live on a farm, with the farmer.

Tractors, Tractors
(tune: "Daisy, Daisy")
Tractors, tractors, tractors help farmers work.
They pull plows that break up the clumps of dirt.
The farmer can work much faster
Because he has a tractor.
There's lots to do the whole year through.
Tractors help farmers do the work.

To The Farm (sung to the tune of Twinkle, twinkle)
Chicken, kittens, piglets too,
Donkeys, horses, cows that moo.
Fish that swim down in the pond,
Ducklings quacking all day long.
All these things you can see
If you go to the farm with me!

Shovels, Rakes & Even Hoes (tune: "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star")
Shovels, rakes, and even hoes
Help the farmer as he sows.
First, he digs into the ground;
Then he plants some seeds around.
Shovels, rakes, and even hoes
Help the farmer as he sows.

Eight Baby Pigs
Two mother pigs lived in a pen.   (Thumbs)
Each had four babies and that made ten. (fingers of both hands)
These four babies were black and white. (fingers of one hand)
These four babies were black as night. (fingers on other hand)
All eight babies loved to play (wiggle fingers)
And they rolled in the mud all day! (Roll hands)

Another Version
Two mother pigs lived in a pen (Hold up thumbs.)
With eight baby pigs. Altogether there were ten. (Hold up all ten fingers.)
All eight babies loved to play, (Hold thumbs in. Bend and straighten fingers.)
And they rolled and they rolled in the mud each day. (Circle hands around each other quickly.)
At night with their mothers they curled in a heap, (Make hands into fists.)
And squealed and squealed  till they went to sleep.(Wiggle eight fingers and squeal, then make fists again and be quiet.)

Cow Poem
Cow loves to moo and chew it's true!
Moo--moo--moo!
Cow flaps her tail and fills a pail
Of her fresh milk for you.
Cow wears a bell so you can tell
When she's on the roam
And at day's end she joins her friends
And cow comes strolling home!

This Little Cow
This little cow eats grass. (hold up one hand, fingers erect, bend down one finger)
This little cow eats hay.  (bend down another finger)
This little cow drinks water. (bend down another finger)
And this little cow does nothing. (Bend down another finger)
But lie and sleep all day.

Take Me Out to the Barnyard!
Sung to: "Take Me Out to the Ballgame!"
Take me out to the barnyard.
Take me out there right now.
Show me the cows, pigs and horses too.
I hear an oink and a neigh and a moo.
There are chickens laying their eggs.
If they don't lay it's a shame.
Oh, it's one, two, three eggs today.
And I'm glad I came!

On a Farm
Sung to: "London Bridge is Falling Down"
Animals live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Animals live on a farm, with the farmer.
Cows and pigs live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Cows and pigs live on a farm, with the farmer.
Goats and sheep live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Goats and sheep live on a farm, with the farmer.
Hens and chicks live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm.
Hens and chicks live on a farm, with the farmer.

Be a Farm Animal
Sung to: "If You're Happy and You Know It"
If you're happy and you know it be a kitty. MEOW!
If you're happy and you know it be a cow. MOO! MOO!
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.
If you're happy and you know it be a rooster. COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO!
If you're happy and you know it be a pig. OINK! OINK!
If you're happy and you know it be a dog. RUFF! RUFF!
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.
If you're happy and you know it be a donkey. HEE-HAW!
If you're happy and you know it be a horse. NEIGH! NEIGH!
If you're happy and you know it be a duck. QUACK! QUACK!
If you're happy and you know it, then you're face will surely show it.
If you're happy and you know it be a chick. PEEP! PEEP!

Farm Poems
A Horse
A horse can trot. A horse can run.
A horseback ride is lots of fun!

Goats
Nanny goat, billy goat. What do you say?
"Maa, maa," Silly goats, Run away!

The Cow
The cow is big. The cow says "moo."
The cow makes milk for me and you.

Pigs
Pigs can oink, pigs can snort.
Pigs are fat and kind of short.

Sheep
Sheep are quiet. Sheep are cute.
Sheep give wool to make a suit.

Geese
Geese can honk. Geese can squawk.
Geese can fly or take a walk!

Old Rooster
Old Rooster woke up just so he could say,
"How do you cock-a-doodle do today?"
The Farm
The farm has a cow and a horse and a pig.
And a sheep and a goat and a barn so big!

MILK CARTON BARN
Need: 1 pint milk cartons per child, red and black paint

Have the children paint their entire milk carton with red paint. After the milk cartons have dried, the teacher cuts a door on the front and a window in the front near the top in the carton. When the window and door are cut,
the children may complete the barn by painting the roof black and outlining the door and window in black. When completely dry, the child may use the barn as a home for small plastic farm animals.

FARM CHORES
Five little farmers woke up with the sun. (hold up hand)
It was early morning and the chores must be done.
The first little farmer went out to milk the cow. (hold up thumb)
The second little farmer thought he'd better plow. (hold up index finger)
The third little farmer cultivated weeds. (hold up middle finger)
The fourth little farmer planted more seed. (hold up fourth finger)
The fifth little farmer drove his tractor round.(hold up last finger)
Five little farmers, the best that can be found.(hold up hand)

CRITTER COOKIES
Using some farm-animal cookie cutters, your students can create custom designed cookies for snacktime. Prepare your favorite rolled cookie dough and add different ingredients for each kind of animal. For horses, use a chocolate rolled cookie dough. To make pigs, tint cookie dough pink using a red food coloring. To make sheep, use plain dough and sprinkle baked cookies
with coconut or sugar (or frost them). To make cows, use half plain dough and half chocolate dough. Mix the doughs together lightly for a marbled effect before rolling out the dough.

ANIMALS ON FARM
Submitted by Judy
Tune: Wheels on the Bus
The cows on the farm go
MOO, MOO, MOO
Moo, Moo, Moo
The cows on the farm go
Moo, Moo, Moo
all around the farm

The Pigs on the farm go
oink, oink, oink,
oink, oink, oink,
The Pigs on the farm go
Oink, Oink, Oink
all around the farm

Chickens, dogs, etc.

FARM ANIMAL FARM ANIMAL WHAT DO YOU SEE
Submitted by Miss Dalton
(We scanned the child's picture and placed it here beside their name)  Tammy says:" I see a goat looking at me. ( we scanned pictures of the  animal  that they choose and placed it next to their pic)
Each child had a page in our class book. I glued farm fabric on the cover and called the book "Miss Dalton's Farmland". I laminated the pages  and tied the book together with shoestrings. The kids loved their
"class book" I placed it in my literature center and they wore it out. They were so proud of their book!!!

Animal Cracker Pins
Box of Animal Crackers (not iced)
clear nail polish or varnish
flat-backed small gold pins
craft glue or a glue gun.Do NOT use Elmer's glue. It will not hold.

Have your child choose an animal cracker they like. Polish both sides with clear nail polish or varnish (BE SURE TO DO THIS OUTSIDE OR IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA!). Once completely dry, glue one pin to the back; again let dry completely. That's all there is to it! A fast, fun and cute lapel pin for your kids to wear! Make sure that children do not put these in their mouths!

This is a great group project. Also ties in with creation or a lesson on Noah's ark easily. Use it with any animal unit study!

EGG UNIT
Introduce your egg unit in this way. Inside of colorful plastic eggs place various little plastic creatures (usually available at dollar stores) that hatch from eggs such as fish, spiders, ducks, geese, hens, frogs, caterpillars, snakes, and turtles. Give the eggs to students and invite students to guess what might be inside the eggs. Pop them open and discuss
what all these creatures have in common-they hatch from eggs. Make a list of these creatures. Read a book on this topic such as Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones. Teach the following song and have students refer to and call out from
the list when you sing the song.
Did You Ever
(Did You Ever See a Lassie)
Did you ever see an egg, an egg, an egg,
Did you ever see an egg and wonder what’s inside?
It could be a _____, or a _______ or ________. (duck, caterpillar, spider,
dinosaur, snake, chick, robin)
Did you ever see an egg and wonder what’s inside?

MORE EGG UNITS
I always buy WHITE plastic eggs.  I can usually find them around easter time.  This year I filled each egg with a picture of an animal that comes from an egg.  (I used stickers on small pieces of posterboard and laminated them.)  At circletime I gave each child an egg and asked them not to open them.  I then set up four chairs at the front of the circle and the children came up 4 at a time and sat in the chairs with their eggs.
The entire class then recited the following rhyme which I revised to fit this activity:

Here's an egg.
Look and See.
What's inside?
What can it be?

Crack, Crack,
Crackity Crack.
What comes out?
Now you tell me!

Then each child opened their egg and told us what animal was inside.  We continued until everyone had had a turn opening their eggs.  We were amazed at all the animals that come from eggs!!
I followed up this activity by reading:  Chickens Aren't the Only Ones by Ruth Heller

FARM ANIMAL FLANNEL BOARD POEMS
Chicks (Traditional)
Said the first little chick
With a strange little squirm
"I wish I could find
A fat little worm."

Said the next little chick
With an odd little shrug,
"I wish I could find
A fat little bug."

Said the third little chick,
With a small sigh of grief,
"I wish I could find
A green little leaf."

Said the forth little chick'
With a faint little moan,
"I wish I could find
A wee gravel stone."

"Now, see here!" said the mother
From the green garden patch'
"If you want any breakfast,
Just come here and scratch!"
(Use as flannelboard story, fingerplay, or have children act it out.)

Here Is the Barn (fingerplay)
Here is the barn  (form a roof shape with your hands)
Where I like to go (walk in place)
It's as tall as a tree (point up overhead)
And cozy, you know  (hug self with arms crossed)
Here is the barn  (form roof shape with hands)
I'll go there with you  (walk in place)
To pet a sweet lamb  (pretend to pet a lamb)
and cuddle it, too!  (pretend to hug a lamb)
Extension: Have children suggest other barn animals to "pet" and "hug."

CHICKS
Submitted by Wanda
My children (ages 2-5) made pom- poms chicks ,added felt beak and eyes. They sat them in a plastic egg. Then we made a nest using the fake  grass and glue
that into a small can( the kind kinds fruits come in.)
They learned that chickens come from eggs. ( We also learned about kindness and gentleness with our baby chicks. We than visited a place where we watched real chicks hatch. Have fun.

ANIMALS THAT HATCH FROM EGGS
Here's a fun, simple experience for the sensory table.   Collect plastic Easter eggs of various sizes and colors, Easter grass and plastic egg laying animals.  Inside each plastic Easter egg place a plastic egg laying  animal -- a turtle, frog, chicken, goose, snake, alligator, lizard, bird, or octopus are some ideas.  Place the filled eggs in the sensory table.  Then place a thick layer of green Easter grass over the eggs.  Have the children use their hands to feel for the eggs and then discover the surprise animals inside each one.

Egg Song.... (Tune: "Do You Know The Muffin Man?")
Do you know what hatches from eggs?
What hatches from eggs?
What hatches from eggs?
Do you know what hatches from eggs
Baby _________,  __________ and ____________.

CHICK PUPPET
.Yellow Cotton ball or Pom-pom
.Glue
.Popsicle Stick
.Construction Paper Scraps

A Cute stick puppet or decoration for Easter. Start by gluing a yellow cotton ball or pom-pom onto a Popsicle stick. Punch hole with a hole punch out of black paper for eyes, and a diamond shape of orange for a beak fold the diamond in half. Glue on eyes and beak. Make a bunch of them to fill a basket and read the little red hen

DID YOU FEED MY COW?
Submitted by Toto
BY ELLA JENKINS
Did you feed my cow? (Yes, Ma-am)
Could you tell me how? (Yes, Ma-am)
What did you feed her? (Corn and Hay)
What did you feed her? (Corn and Hay)

Did you milk her good? (Yes, Ma-am)
Now did you milk her like you should? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did you milk her? (Squish, Squish, Squish)
How did you milk her? (Squish, Squish, Squish)

Did my cow get sick? (Yes, Ma-am)
Was she covered with tick? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did she die? (Uh, Uh, Uh)
How did she die? (Uh, Uh, Uh)

Did the buzzards come? (Yes, Ma-am)
Did the buzzards come? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did they come? (Flop, Flop, Flop)
How did they come? (Flop, Flop, Flop)
3. Did You Feed My Cow?

Did you feed my cow? (Yes, Ma-am)
Could you tell me how? (Yes, Ma-am)
What did you feed her? (Corn and Hay)
What did you feed her? (Corn and Hay)

Did you milk her good? (Yes, Ma-am)
Now did you milk her like you should? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did you milk her? (Squish, Squish, Squish)
How did you milk her? (Squish, Squish, Squish)

Did my cow get sick? (Yes, Ma-am)
Was she covered with tick? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did she die? (Uh, Uh, Uh)
How did she die? (Uh, Uh, Uh)

Did the buzzards come? (Yes, Ma-am)
Did the buzzards come? (Yes, Ma-am)
How did they come? (Flop, Flop, Flop)
How did they come? (Flop, Flop, Flop)

FARMS
Submitted by Maria
Drama Center
We used bulletin board paper to make our center into a large barn complete with surrounding grass and a paper "mud puddle" for the pigs just outside.  It was child directed so its not "perfect" looking,  but they loved it and really worked hard.  I added plastic rakes for the fields and lots of stuffed farm animals and they spend lots of time "farming" take children's favorite farm story and have the children "act out"  as if it were a play.  use or make costumes if you want but we also had fun just using bodies and sounds to become the different characters which were mostly farm animals.
Art
I made a simple outline of a pig and cut it out on large pink paper.  After reading a book that talked about how pigs roll in the mud to cool down the children then used brown paint to put "mud" on the pigs (using hands) to cool them down.  messy and lots of fun.
Made a simple outline of a sheep and cut it out of white construction paper.  After reading a book called lamb the children used cotton balls to give their sheep wool and some used markers to add eyes/color the hoofs...
Made a simple outline of a duck and cut it out of yellow construction paper.  Then cut out simple feather shapes out of tissue and crepe paper and put them in a basket.  I brought in real feathers and we talked about how they feel and how they help the duck and also how they change from down when they hatch to feathers as they mature.  The children then glued feathers on their ducks.
simple outline of a chicken out of construction pap width=br/ier.  I then put out large feathers to use as paint brushes and the children painted on the shapes with many colors using the feathers.
Sensory
add hay straw to your water table for an experiment in texture changes.
cow bells added to our sound/instrument table

FARM IDEAS
Submitted by Rebecca
We always read the book "Rosie's Walk" and act it out.  It is very simple and we start by just using chairs to act out the words "around", "through", "over", etc.  This is of course good for concept development.
Then we make a map of Rosie's walk showing all the things she passed on her walk.  Finally, we make puppets of Rosie and the fox and the students take turns being the Rosie or fox puppet and chasing each other around the map as they read (recite) the simple words of the book.
I also have some simple blacklines of the places Rosie goes and we cut them apart and sequence them.  Then we add a cover and make it into a book to take home with the puppets.

FARM
Submitted by Kaye
We are also doing "farm" this week and today some of the children took a pig on pink paper and dipped a cork into brown paint and then stamped the pigs with it to make it look like MUD! Then some of the students took a lamb cut-out and placed popped popcorn on them. these really turned out cute. During my farm study I always like to read The City Mouse and The Country mouse and compare the city to the country. I like to make a graph where students decide if they would rather live in the city or the country. I also like to have a dress in the farm day where students wear jeans, overalls, bandannas, straw hats, etc. You could also have a dress up day for living ibrQuack, quack, quack.br Donkeys, horses, cows that moo. n the city. To conclude  our farm unit, we have a farmers breakfast with all the trimmings! Eggs, ham, biscuits and fruit.  This is one of my favorite units. Also for a change in calling the roll, I let students name a farm animal one day when their name is called and another day they make the sound of a farm animal.

SONG:  ANIMAL FAIR
 (famous song on children's music tapes)
Submitted by Margie
I went to the animal fair
the birds and the beasts were there,
The big baboon in the light of the moon,
Was combing his auburn hair.

You should have seen the monk,
He sat on the elephant's trunk,
The elephant sneezed and fell on his knees,
And that was the end of the monk...
The monk, the monk, the monk.

FARM UNIT
Submitted by Gail
To The Farm...
( Twinkle, Twinkle)
Chicken, kittens, piglets too,
Donkeys, horses, cows that moo.
Fish that swim down in the pond,
Ducklings quacking all day long.
All these things you can see
If you go to the farm with me!

Farm Chores...
Sing the following song while vigorously acting out jobs one might need to do while working on a farm:
This is the way we ______
This is the way we ______
So early in the morning.
(Some possible chores to perform might include mowing the hay, feeding the chicks, sow the seeds, pull the weeds, hoe the field, etc. )
Popcorn Sheep...
Precut (or pretrace and have children cut) sheep shapes from construction paper.  Give children popcorn and have them glue it onto the sheep.
Pigs in the Mud
Pre cut (or pretrace and have children cut) pig shapes from pink construction paper.  Have children dip a cork into brown tempra paint and dot all over the pig shape.

FARM UNIT
Submitted by Margie
CLASSIFICATION MATH GAME:
MATERIALS:  Plastic cow, pig and chicken., various food containers/boxes/etc., that comes from one of these animals.
PROCEDURE:  Sit with a small group of children and pass out the food boxes/containers/etc.  Have each child talk about what they have and place it next to the animal that produces it.  Give hints if they look a bit confused or undecided, by making the appropriate animal sound.
FOLLOW UP:  Make butter by shaking heaving cream in a small rubbermaid container.  Flavor the butter, if you want, with a spice/etc.

FARM SONG TO TUNE OF BINGO
Ages: 2 1/2 and up
Objectives:  to promote children's Language expression, expansion and auditory comprehension; to enhance children's Cognitive memory; to foster children's Creative originality and flexibility; to encourage children's physical rhythm.
substitute the children's names... ie:  There was a farmer had a dog and Calvin was his name-o. C A L V I N, C A L V I N, C A L V I N, and Calvin was his name-o.

 Down on the Farm
Submitted by Margie
ACTIVITY:  Egg Match Up
CURRICULUM  AREA:  Math
AGE: 2 1/2 - 5 years
OBJECTIVE:   To enhance children's development by providing for their exploration of ONENESS.
MATERIALS:  Several different colored plastic easter eggs; permanent black pen
PREPARATION:
1.  Write the number 3 on 1/2 of an egg ... just beside the seam.
2.  On the other half of the egg, next to the seam, draw 3 horizontal dots; below the 3 dots, draw 4 horizontal dots...then just below the 4 dots, draw 2 horizontal  dots. (3 horizontal lines is enough)
HOW TO PLAY:
The child takes one egg half and matches it to the other egg half, twisting it to match  the number of dots that it corresponds to.
PROVIDE SEVERAL PLASTIC EGGS, EACH WITH A DIFFERENT NUMBER MATCH.
VARIATIONS:
You can enhance or change this in many ways.  For older children, do addition...ex:  3 + 2 =   ... then write the numbers vertically:  4 ,  6 , 5 .
Try multiplication, mixing colors, subtraction, Farm animal to item they  produce....you can be really creative with these eggs.

FUN ON THE FARM
Submitted by Beth
 Today with the two year olds we made tackle boxes. To make them, each child needs one
styrofoam egg carton.
1. Cut out "u" handles from sturdy cardboard.
2. Glue one handle onto the egg carton on the smooth side. Opening at the top.
3. Glue a rectangle piece of construction paper over the handle, long enough to cover the store brand stamped on the egg carton.
4. Write on it, ex: "John's Tackle Box"
5. Child can decorate  any way. We glued fish cutouts from wallpaper remnants on ours.
6. Open tackle boxes. Talk about going fishing. Put gummy worms in each tackle box and small toys or other candy pieces in the box. We added a small candy necklace for color.
7. Warn parents at pick up time that there are "real" gummy worms and candy inside!
These really turned out cute and the children loved them!

ZOO ANIMALS

TARZAN YELL
I like bananas, coconuts, and grapes" (make shape of fruit with hands)
repeat 3 times then the last line is:
That's why they call me Tarzan of the apes! (beat on chest and do the Tarzan yell)

MONKEYS
You can make 3-d monkeys by using a small paper bag, construction paper and brass-t s and a popsicle stick.
Have the children color the flattened paper bag (as many sides as they have the attention for)
Take a few aside and start them tracing circles for the face and eyes use a book for reference and visual ideas for the kids and their coloring. give them a few choices of types of monkeys and colors to use. glue the face together and glue to stick. Next have them cut and trace the arm and tail shapes(are and leg shapes can be the same shape also I find it easier to have them fold the paper and make two leg/arm shapes at the same time)continue with all the children until everyone has their two legs and two arms, a tail and a face.
Then add the arms, legs and tail using the brass-Ts and take the scrapes from cutting an use them to stuff the bags or monkey bodies. gather the top of the bag around the popsicle stick head and twist tie/pip cleaner or string tie it shut. hang from ceiling and around the room.
if your really ambitious you can make a back of the head to totally cover the stick and add some tape inside the bag where the brass-T will go so it doesn't tear as easily. or add velcro to hands or legs so it can hang around child.

Zoo Animals
 Submitted by Tina            
 You can use this idea for any animal with stripes....tiger, zebra, fish.....
 Take a cut-out of the animal of choice and place it in a baking dish.  Place a marble in black paint, dropping it into the dish with the cut-out.  Roll the dish around until the cut-out animals is now covered with black stripes.  You may need to dip the marble in the paint a few times for the desired effects.

LION SONG
I'm a little lion
(Tune of I'm a little teapot)
I'm a little lion
on the plane(sp)
Here is my tail 
here is my main
When I get excited
you will see
just how loud my roar can be

I'm a predator
on my feet
Here are my claws
Here are my teeth
When you come to Africa
you will see
just the place that I will be.

THE ZOO
This is the way the elephant goes (clasp hands and move arms back
and forth dangling)
With curly trunk instead of nose
The buffalo all shaggy and fat has two sharp horns in place of hat(pint fingers out from forehead)
the hippo with his mouth so wide lets you see what is inside (open and close hands to make mouth movements)
the wiggly snake upon the ground crawls along with out a sound(weave hands back and forth)
but the mopnkey see and monkey do is the funniest animal in the zoo (put thumbs in ears and wiggle hands)

ZEBRA SONGS
Nine Little Zebras
Tune: Ten Little Indians
One little, two little, three little zebras,
Four little, five little, six little zebras,
Seven little, eight little, nine little zebras,
Galloping across the plain.

Nine little, eight little, seven little zebras,
Six little, five little, four little zebras,
Three little, two little, one little zebra,
Galloping back again.

I'm a Little Zebra
Tune: I'm a Little Teapot
I'm a little zebra,
White and black,
Big bushy mane
Riding down my back.
I like to gallop
And run and play
Out on the African plains all day.

Zoo Keeper Song
Tune: Down By The Station
Down at the zoo
Early in the morning,
You can see the animals
Standing in a row.
You can see me feeding
One and then other.
I am the zoo keeper,
Watch me go!

Down at the zoo
Early in the morning,
You can see the animals
Standing in a row.
You can see me cleaning
One and then other.
I am the zoo keeper,
Watch me go!

ZOO ACTIVITIES
Journal Topics:
What animals live in the zoo?  Describe them in sentences; then illustrate them.
 If you were a zoo-keeper, how would you start you day?  Which animals would be your favorites?  Which animals would be your least favorite?
Which zoo animals are herbivores?  Carnivores?  How do you know?
Draw yourself at the zoo.  Write about the animals you want to visit first.
Draw some zoo animals in their natural habitat.  Which ones live in
the jungle? The desert?  In swamps?  Etc.

Center Ideas:
writing: "At the zoo, _________."       "Zebras ____________."
art: paint a giraffe,  make a lion mask with curled-paper mane
science: sort magazine pictures of wild animals by number of legs (no legs, 2 legs, or 4 legs)

Rumble in the Jungle   by Giles  Andreae
Read and discuss this book about wild animals.   The pages describe the characteristics of each animal.  As a class, brainstorm/write a list of descriptive words for some of the animals (hippopatomus, giraffe, lion, chimpanzee, etc.) .
Students may then use these lists to illustrate and fill in the blanks
in their own  "Jungle" booklet:
"The lion ___________."   "The gorilla ___________."
 "The rhinoceros ___________."  "The snake ___________." etc.

Biggest, Strongest, Fastest by Steve Jenkins
Read and discuss this fact-filled book about wild animals.  From the descriptions in the text, create "animal riddles"  (This animal has four legs.  This animal is gray.  It is the largest land animal, etc.)   Students work in pairs to compose as many riddles as they can.  They go "quiz" other peers, students/teachers in other grades, then they take them home to "quiz" their parents.

The Zoo Book   by Jan Pfloog
After reading, have the students "buzz" about the animals they want to see at the zoo.  Give each student an old magazine (National Geographic is best!) to cut pictures of wild animals.  Students should find 6-8 pictures, glue them to large index cards, and label them by name.  Then they are given the following words (copied on cardstock for durability): "At"  "I"  "see"  "zoo"  "can"  "the".
Students cut the words apart, place in logical order ("At the zoo, I can see..."), and add an animal card at the end to complete the sentence. They may read their sentences to a peer, a younger student, or they may write their sentences in a self-made book.

MONKEY COOKIES
Monkey Cookies

2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
2/3 cup butter/margarine, softened
2 eggs
2 bananas, mashed
1 teaspoon vanilla

Combine flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in a large bowl. Mix well. Add butter or margarine. Mix well. Add remaining ingredients. Mix well. Drop by teaspoonfuls on cookie sheet. Bake in a preheat, 400-degree oven 12 minutes.

Makes about 3 dozen.

ZEBRAS
We made these in my class the other day and today I took the tape off, and did they ever look awesome!I thought of this myself, but I'm sure others have thought of it as well.Cut and use a simple zebra (horse)template and trace around it with a permanent marker.This is important so you can cut the shape after painting.Trace one for each child on a sheet of white tagboard,bristle board, whatever, and have the children tape wedges of masking tape all over the zebra, the way stripes would go. It is easier having white paper, but you could try black.The masking tape was cut with an exacto knife so that it tapered like a really long, skinny triangle.Cut lots!After the tape stripes have been applied, children will sponge paint with black paint, all over the white paper. When it dries,(at least overnight) remove the tape wedges, and the zebra has startlingly white stripes!Tails could be added with tassels, or yarn, but we didn't put any tails on.

ZOO SONG
Zoo Tune
(sung to the tune of "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean")
I came to the zoo to see lions,
Elephants, tigers, and bears.
I came to the zoo to see zebras.
I love all the animals there!
Lions, tigers,
Elephants, zebras, and bears,
And bears!
Lions, tigers,
Elephants, zebras, and bears!

ANIMAL CRACKERS
It's a zoo in here!  Or so it will seem when you use this activity as a time filler.  In advance fill an emptied animal-cracker  box with small plastic zoo animals or animal pictures.  Then pass the box of animals around the group.  On her turn have each child remove an animal from the box, then perform actions and noises made by that animal. For a variation, use a box of real animal crackers; then invite each child to eat her cracker at the end of the activity.

MONKEY THEME
Games:
Five Little Monkeys
Say the poem...
Five little monkeys jumping on the bed. (Pretend to jump on bed)
One fell off and bumped his head. (Knock on forehead with heel of hand)
Mama called the Dr. and the Dr. said (Dial with phone on ear)
No more monkeys jumping on the bed!! (Shout and shake finger)

Monkey See Monkey Do
Children stand in a circle and 1 child is chosen to make a funny movement everyone tries to imitate it.  Give everyone a turn to be 'it'.

What Can a Monkey See?
Sung to "Skip to my Lou"
What can a monkey see from a tree?
What can a monkey see from a tree?
What can a monkey see from a tree?
It can see___________ from a tree.
     Sing the song to the children after discussing a monkey natural
habitat.  Pause after the word "see" in the last line and point to a child
to name something a monkey can see from a tree.  Repeat till each child has
a turn to name something.

Monkey Songs
I'm A Little Monkey: Tune (I'm a Little Teapot)
I'm a little monkey in the tree.
Swinging by my tail so merrily.
I can leap and fly from tree to tree.
I have lots of fun you see.

I'm a little monkey watch me play.
Munching on bananas everyday.
Lots of monkey friends to play with me.
We have fun up in the tree.

The Monkeys At the Zoo  Tune: (Farmer in the Dell)
The monkeys at the zoo,
The monkeys at the zoo.
Hi-ho they laugh and play,
The monkeys at the zoo.

The monkeys run and hide.
The monkeys run and hide.
They like to play then run away.
The monkeys at the zoo.

Monkey Math
Cut 5 monkey shapes from brown felt and 15 banana shapes from yellow felt. Number the monkeys from 1-5 and place them on the flannel board. Have the children identify the number on each monkey and place that many bananas in front of him.

Monkey Art
Give each child a paper with a tree outline on it or for older children have them color a tree shape.  Set out inkpads and felt tip markers Let the children make thumbprint monkeys all over their tree. To make a monkey they press their thumb on the inkpad and make two thumbprints one above the other touching.  They can add faces arms, legs and tails with the felt tip markers.

Monkey Meals (serves one)
Ingredients:
1 banana
1 hot dog roll
2 tsp. peanut butter
Miscellaneous
vegetable slices
Peel banana, place in hot dog roll. Spread peanut butter over the banana.
Add various vegetable slices for condiments.

CIRCLE TIME DISCUSSIONS
Discuss:  Monkeys   Who can sound like a monkey?  Where do they live? What do they eat?  Did you know that when monkeys are picking at each other's fur it is a sign of friendship?

MUSIC AND MOVEMENT
Monkey See Monkey Do
A little monkey likes to do
Just the same as you and you;
When you sit up very tall,
Monkey sits up very tall;
When you pretend to throw a ball,
Monkey pretends to throw a ball;
When you try to touch your toes,
Monkey tries to touch his toes;
When you move your little nose,
Monkey moves his little nose;
When you jump up in the air,
Monkey jumps up in the air;
When you sit down in a chair,
Monkey sits down in a chair.

Monkey Mania
Played like Hot Potato except you pass around a banana.  Whoever has the banana when the music stops must stand up and act like a monkey.

Monkey Dance
"The monkeys like to dance; yes they really like to dance, Monkey business keeps them busy, the monkeys like to dance."
(Act out...also use...swing, spin, jump, wiggle, shake their heads, rest)

I'm a little Monkey
(Sung to I'm a Little Teapot)
I'm a little monkey in the tree
Swinging by my tail so merrily
I can leap and fly for tree to tree.
I have lots of fun you see.
I'm a little monkey, watch me play.
Munching on bananas every day.
Lots of monkey friends to play with me.
We have fun up the tree.

ART
Thumbprint monkeys: Give each child a sheet of paper with the outline of a tree drawn on it.  Set out inkpads and felt markers. Let children make thumbprint monkeys on the trees. To create monkeys, have them press thumbprints (two, one above the other, connecting) then complete the monkeys by adding faces, arms, tails

FINEMOTOR/EYE-HAND COORDINATION
Play with a Barrel of Monkeys or use the monkeys as manipulatives.  You can sort by color, talk about which group is bigger, create patterns, etc.

SNACKS
Banana Splits  Provide bowls of nuts, sprinkles, pineapple etc  Give each child a bowl of ice cream a plastic knife and a banana.  Let them create their own banana split.  If the weather is warm enough I recommend this be done outside.

Monkey bread
Pillsbury bread dough 1 or 2 pkg
Butter, sugar, and cinnamon
Dab the butter over the bread dough and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon and bake. Bake according to directions.

Monkey's Salad ---- Bananas, raisins, peanuts, and shredded coconut - - peel and slice bananas into a small dish, alternate with raisins and peanuts.  Top off with shredded coconut.

Banana Butter
Mash 3 ripe bananas with a fork. Mix 3/4-cup peanut butter. Add ¼ teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon shredded coconut, and
1/2 cup of raisins. Blend well. Serve on bread, crackers, fruit

ELEPHANT SONG
Submitted by Rachel
The elephant has a trunk for a nose (pretend arm is the trunk),
And up and down is the way it goes (move arm up and down)
He wears such a saggy, baggy hide
Do you think 2 elephants would fit inside?

I Am An Elephant (Tune: I'm a Little Teapot)
I am an elephant big and strong
I swing my trunk as I walk along (rock back and forth, swing arm like trunk)
I can walk fast, I can walk slow (walk fast then slowly)
And sometimes I like to stand just so (stand on one foot and lean to side)

ELEPHANT POEM
Way down South where bananas grow.
A grasshopper stepped on an elephant's toe.
The elephant cried with tears in his eyes-
Pick on somebody your own size!

THE ZOO
"The Zoo"
Sung to "Skip to My Lou"
Come along children, we're going to the zoo,
Come along children, we're going to the zoo,
Come along children, we're going to the zoo,
Going to the zoo today.
See the animals living in the zoo,
See the animals living in the zoo,
See the animals living in the zoo,
Living in the zoo today.
I see a monkey sitting in a tree,
I see a monkey sitting in a tree,
I see a monkey sitting in a tree
I see a monkey and it sees me.
I see an elephant, big and gray,
I see an elephant, big and gray,
I see an elephant, big and gray.
Big gray elephant is eating hay.
I see a lion in a cage,
I see a lion in a cage,
I see a lion in a cage.
I see a lion that roars with rage.
I see a camel with a great big hump,
I see a camel with a great big hump,
I see a camel with a great big hump.
When he walks he goes "bump, bump."
I see a zebra, black and white,
I see a zebra, black and white,
I see a zebra, black and white.
Seeing the zebra is a sight.
I see a giraffe, big and tall,
I see a giraffe, big and tall,
I see a giraffe, big and tall.
He's not hard to see at all.
We saw the animals living in the zoo,
We saw the animals living in the zoo,
We saw the animals living in the zoo.
Living in the zoo today.

100 Animals
   I went to the zoo
   And what did I see?
   100 animals
   Looking at me.
   There were,
   10 tall giraffes, eating from the trees.
   10 silly monkeys, scratching on their knees.
   10 sleeping snakes, lying in the sun.
   10 munching elephants, eating peanuts one by one.
   10 leaping tigers, performing in the shows,
   10 pink flamingos, standing on their toes.
   10 grouchy bears, trying to get some sleep.
   10 happy hippos, in the water deep.
   10 roaring lions, walking two by two.
   10 galloping zebras, all living in the zoo.

MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO
Monkey see, monkey do!
Let's watch them in the zoo.
We stare in. (Put left hand up)
They look out. (Put right hand; both hands face each other)
We eat popcorn. (Left hand fingers touch the thumb)
They eat popcorn. (Right hand fingers touch the thumb)
We eat fruit. (Right finger sways back and forth)
They eat fruit. (Left finger sways back and forth)
We stand up. (Left fingers up)
They stand up. (Right fingers up)
We sit down. (Left fingers down)
They sit down. (Right fingers down)
Monkey see, monkey do.
We do it first and they do it, too!

ZOO SONGS
Submitted by Margo
Zebra song to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot":

I'm a little zebra, white and black
Great big stripes run across my back.
I like to gallop and graze and play
Out on the African plains all day.

Elephant Poem
An elephant goes like this and that    (pretend you have a trunk)
He's terribly big and he's terribly fat
He has no fingers, he has no toes
But goodness, gracious!  What a nose!

ZOO UNIT
Submitted by Peggy
Art:
Lion Masks
Take a grocery bag and cut a circle out of one side for the face.
Have children cut strips of manila paper.
Glue the manila paper strips around the opening - you can curl the ends of the paper prior to gluing by wrapping strip around a pencil.
Slip bag over child's head and you now have a room full of lions!
Cages
1. take a shoe box remove lid- punch holes about 14 of inch in along the length of the box and again on the paralleled side trying to keep holes aligned. run a straw through a hole on the top and on the bottom -sit box onto one of longer side-wha la-cage. Next allow the children to create an animal out of clay or toilet-paper rolls-pull up a straw an give the animal a home.

2. Purchase zoo animal cookies. Have children place three small blobs of green play dough onto the middle part of a paper plate. Stand 3 different animal cookies into the blobs so they are facing outward. Then take a plastic strawberry basket and put it over top...it looks like the animals are in cages! I traced the square for the basket with a pencil and put a few drops of white glue there so the basket wouldn't fall off. The kids thought this was great. Then you can glue small strips of green tissue paper on the outer edges of the plate to look like grass.

Snack
Using Q-tips or new water color brushes, paint animal crackers with edible paint made from corn syrup and food coloring.

Songs
THE ELEPHANT Sung to: "The Mulberry Bush"
The elephant goes like this and that, this and that, this and that. (Walk heavily and stomp feet) The elephant goes like this and that, cause he's so big and he's so fat! (Puff up cheeks and stretch out arms)

He has no fingers and has no toes, He has no fingers and has no toes. (Wiggle fingers; wiggle toes) He has no fingers and has no toes, But goodness, gracious, what a nose! (Pull hands out from face to suggest a long trunk.)

UNDERNEATH THE MONKEY TREE
Sung to: "The Muffin Man"
Come and play a while with me,
Underneath the monkey tree.
Monkey See and Monkey Do,
Just like monkeys in the zoo.

Swing your tail, one, two, three,
Underneath the monkey tree.
Monkey See and Monkey Do,
Just like monkeys in the zoo.

Jump around and smile like me,
Underneath the monkey tree.
Monkey See and Monkey Do,
Just like monkeys in the zoo.

Title: Pig Slop - Snack
Following ideas submitted by Cher
Combine chocolate pudding with M&M's, nuts, raisins, coconut, cereal, Candy sprinkles, chopped apples and bananas!

Title: Pigs in a Pen - Game
Half of the children make up the pen by holding hands in a circle.  The other half of the children are pigs. The pen children open the pen by raising
Their hands high so the pigs can run in and out oinking.  On a signal from the teacher, the pen children lower their hands, catching whatever pigs they can inside the pen.  Any pigs that are caught take the place of the pen children and the game continues.

Title: Piggy Puppets - Art
Materials Needed: Paper Plate
Pink Construction Paper
Paint, crayons, markers
Popsicle sticks
glue or tape
Have children paint or color their paper plates pink.  Cut 3 in. circle, then cut in half (ears) and a two in. circle (nose).  When dry glue on ears And nose and add remaining facial features.  Glue or tape popsicle stick to Back of paper plate.

PETS

The Dirty Dog
After I read Harry the Dirty Dog to the students we take paper plates and make them into dogs by gluing on a nose and ears and drawing eyes and a mouth. Then the students put glue in spots and sprinkle potting soil on to make "dirty dogs".

Dog Bone Dig
Submitted by Kelly
I get some dog biscuits, shaped like small bones, and bury them in our bean tub. 
 The students take turns digging up the bones, or sometimes we divide up in teams and see which team can get the most in a minute.  The kids love acting like dogs!

PET CARE SONG
Submitted by Kathleen
"Pet Care Song"
(sung to tune of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame")
I take good care of my pet
Give him food every day
Make sure he has nice clean water
And that he exercises and plays
Oh, I make sure that he is healthy
Has a warm place to sleep
Because I love to take care of my pet
He's my own special friend to keep!

SENSORY TABLE IDEA
Submitted by Heather
We put feeder goldfish in our sensory water with cold, clean water.  We only leave them in the table for one day.  An adult needs to supervise to make sure the fish are not taken out of the water.  The kids love holding them!

FISH PETS
Submitted by Joan
Use a fish bowl shape cut out of paper then let each child glue on goldfish crackers.Make sure children don't eat the ones with glue on them.

PETS
Submitted by Terrance
Pretty kitty,(Right hand strokes left fist and forearm)
Rock the baby,(Vertical, facing hands sway left and right)
With your gray tail, (Left forearm sways as tail)
Smooth as silk. (Right hand strokes "tail")
Stay all night and
 I will pay you: (Hands grasp elbows)
A piece of cake,(Swing left arm foreward)
A jug of milk. (Swing right arm forward)

MY PETS - a fingerplay
I have 5 pets that I'd like you to meet
They all live with me on Mulberry Street (Hold up 1 hand)
This is my chicken, the smallest of all
He comes a-running whenever I call (Point to little finger)
This is mt duckling.  He says, Quack, Quack, Quack
As he shakes the water from off his back. (next finger)
Here is my rabbit. He runs from his pen.
Then I must put him back in it again (middle finger)
This is my kitten.  Her coat's black and white.
She loves to sleep on a pillow at night. (index finger)
Hereis my puppy who has lots of FUN!!!!(thumb)
He chases the others and makes them run. (move thumb slowly and fingers
rapidly.)

SONGS AND FINGERPLAYS
Have A Pet...
(Bingo)
I have a cat who's cuddly soft
And Beau-Jo is her name, oh!
Beau-jo is her name,
Beau-jo is her name,
Beau-jo is her name,
I love to rub her ears.
I have a dog who's my best pal
And Skeeter is his name, oh!
Skee - ter is his name,
Skee - ter is his name,
Skee - ter is his name,
He sleeps with me each night.
I have a fish who swims quite well,
And Goldie is his name, oh!
Gol - die is his name,
Gol - die is his name,
Gol - die is his name,
He swims around for hours.
I have a bird who's green and yellow,
And Gigi is her name, oh!
Gi - gi is her name,
Gi - gi is her name,
Gi - gi is her name,
She chirps and chirps all day.

That Doggie in the Window?
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
I do hope that doggie's for sale
I must take a trip to California
And leave my poor sweetheart alone
If he has a dog he won't be lonesome
And he doggie will have a good home
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
I do hope that doggie's for sale
I read in the papers there are robbers
With flashlights that shine in the dark
My love needs a doggie to protect him
And scare them away with one bark
I don't want a bunny or a kitty,
I don't want a parrot that talks,
I don't want a bowl of little fishies;
He can't take a goldfish for walks.
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggie in the window? (Bark! Bark!)
I do hope that doggie's for sale

Smart Dogs...
Five stuffed dogs sitting in a row.
"Tell me please, what do you know?"
The first one said, "I know my name."
The 2nd one said, "I know a game."
The 3rd one said, "I know a song."
The 4th one said, "I know right from wrong"
The 5th one said, "I'll tell you true, What I know is that I Love you."

My Pets...
There are lots of pets in my house.
I have one gerbil and one white mouse. (Hold up one finger on each hand.)
I have two kittens and two green frogs, (Hold up two fingers on each hand.)
I have three goldfish and three big dogs. (Hold up three fingers on each
hand.)
Some folks say that's a lot!
Can you tell how many pets I've got? (Twelve)

Five Little Puppies...
Five little puppies were playing in the sun; (Hold up hand with five fingers
extended)
This one saw a rabbit, and he began to run: (Bend down one finger)
This one saw a butterfly, and she began to race; (Bend down second finger)
This one saw a pussy cat, and he began to chase; (Bend down third finger)
This one tried to catch her tail, and she went round and round; (Bend down
fourth finger)
This one was so quiet, he never made a sound. (Bend down thumb)

Kitty, Kitty...
I have a little kitty, (Extend first and fourth fingers like ears)
He is as quick as he can be. (Make a side way motion with one hand quickly)
He jumps upon my lap, (Cup one hand in palm of other)
And purrs a song to me. (Make purring sound)

Love Your Pets...
Sung to: "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
Love, love
Love your pets,
Love them
Every day.
Give them food
And water, too,
Then let them
Run and play.

I Had A Poodle...
I had a little poodle (clenched fist for poodle)
His coat was silver grey
One day I thought I'd bathe him
To wash the dirt away. (scrub fist)
I washed my little poodle
Then dried him with a towel. (pat fist)
My poodle seemed to like his bath
He didn't even growl.

Two Little Puppy Dogs...
Two little puppy dogs (hold up two fingers.)
Lying in a heap, (let two fingers fall down.)
Soft and Wooly (pet two fingers with opposite hand.)
And fast asleep. (lay hands against the side of your face and close eyes.)
Along came a pussycat (hold up one finger from opposite hand and move toward
the two little fingers.)
Creeping near, "Meow",
She cried right in their ear.
Two little puppy dogs (hold up two fingers)
After one cat, (two fingers chase the one finger).
Did you ever play tag like that? (point to the children)

Rags...
I have a dog his name is Rags,
He eats so much his tummy sags.
His ears flip flop and his tail wig wags,
And when he walks, he walks zig zag!
He goes flip-flop, wig-wag, zig-zag!
He goes flip-flop, wig-wag, zig-zag!
He goes flip-flop, wig-wag, zig-zag!
I love Rags and he loves me!

My Puppy...
My puppy has a doghouse,
just outside my door.
He licks me when I pet him,
and wags his tail for more.
He's always there beside me,
no matter what I do.
My puppy is my special friend,
and a family member, too.

There's a Doggy at the Door...
(Tune: If you're Happy and You Know It?)
There's a doggy at the door
at the door.
There's a doggy at the door
at the door.
Oh who could ask for more
Then a doggy at the door?
There's a doggy at the door
at the door.

There's a doggy in the house
in the house.
There's a doggy in the house
in the house.
Are you sure it's not a mouse?
No, a doggy in the house
There's a doggy in the house,
in the house.

There's a doggy on the stair,
on the stair.
There's a doggy on the stair,
on the stair.
Doesn't anybody care
That a doggy's on the stair?
There's a doggy on the stair,
on the stair.

There's a doggy in the hall,
in the hall.
There's a doggy in the hall,
in the hall.
Well, he's playing with a ball,
The little doggy in the hall.
There's a doggy in the hall,
in the hall.

There's a doggy in my room,
in my room.
There's a doggy in my room,
in my room.
Now he's chewing on a broom,
The little doggy in my room.
There's a doggy in my room,
in my room.

There's a doggy on my bed,
on my bed.
There's a doggy on my bed,
on my bed.
Now he's licking at my head.
The little doggy on my bed.
There's a doggy on my bed,
on my bed.

My Puppy...
I like to pat my puppy
(make puppy with one fist, pat)
He has such nice soft fur
(pat puppy)
And if I don't pull his tail
(pull tail)
He won't say "GrrrR!"
(make angry face)

My Dog...
My dog listens when I talk
He goes with me for a walk
When I sleep, he sleeps too.
He does everything that I do.
When my sister/brother/friend makes me mad,
He hangs his head and looks so sad.
He cuddles up and licks my hand
And tells me he can understand.

Pet Games
Cat and Mouse...
Cut and glue together a simple cat shape from black paper. Cover a coffee can-the mouse hole-with another piece of black paper. Make up enough small mice out of felt by cutting them out in teardrop shapes. Add a pompon and length of yarn for the tail. Glue sequins on for eyes or draw them on with markers. Next, turn a coffee can on it's side and place it on top of a table. Place a dozen crackers leading up to the mouse hole. Have each child choose a mouse and the teacher picks the cat. Then let each child roll the die and move his or her mouse or cat that number of crackers. Let play continue, encouraging the children to try to move their mice into the mouse hole before the cat gets there. the game ends when the cat reaches the mouse hole or when all mice have safely entered.

Obedience School...
Based on Simon Says, preface the commands with "the trainer says…" Use appropriate dog tricks or behaviors such as: lie down, beg for a treat, roll over, speak ( woof), scratch your ear, wag your tail, show your tongue and pant.

Which Pet Am I ?
Tape a picture of a pet on a child's back. Have the child walk around the room so the other students can see the picture of the pet. Then the child asks questions such as "Where does the pet live?", "What does the pet look like?", "How does the pet move around?". The child then tries to guess the identity of the pet. If the child has difficulty guessing, the other children may give extra clues.

Pet Centers
Dramatic Play...
Make headbands with dog ears. Attach the ears with a brad on each side of the head, so that they hang down. Color the children's noses black with a eyebrow pencil and put a few dots above their mouth to make them look like dogs… Can make cat-ear headbands too.

Pet Care/Vet's office...
Add some things the children can use to care for their (stuffed toy) pets: a dog brush, a leash for stuffed dog, plastic pet bowls, cardboard bones, blankets and pet beds (boxes). Set up a vet's office with an examination table, a couple of stuffed pet toys, a small plastic pet carrier and a doctor's kit.

Visting The Vet...
In the housekeeping area use the following props. Convert boxes into kennels or cages for the animals. Provide stuffed animals, elastic bandages, a doctor's kit, masks, rubber gloves paper, pencils and clipboards. On each pet make a collar and a pet tag to know whom is being treated.

Pet Shop...
Provide stuffed animals, laudry baskets, cash register, money and pet supplies in the house corner.

Groomer's Salon...
For this imaginative group, you don't need many props. Decorate the frontdoor with a discreet Kennel Club sign. Inside, set up a table as the groomer's salon. Hang a sign to that effect and place a mirror on the table. Fill the playroom with doghouses made from large cardboard boxes--one for each child, with his name over a simple cutout door. (Wait until the kids arrive if you think they'll choose special puppy names.)
Doghouse facades are even simpler to make. Cut them from the sides of a box and lean them against a wall. With the addition of clean dog bowls, the scene is set for playtime, games.

Matching Pets To Suppies...
Ahead of time cut out items used for pets such as dog food, leashes, dog house, bird cages, fish bowls etc. Also find a pet to match the suppies to such as dog, cats, birds, and fish. Laminate all pieces and have the children match the pets to their supplies.

Matching Numbered fish to bowls...
Number cut out fish one to ten. Place correct number of dots onto a fish bowl . Have the children match corresponding fish to bowls.

Pet Art
Goldfish...
Cut large goldfish shapes out of orange construction paper. Pour glue into containers and set out brushes and precut tissue paper squares. Have children brush let onto cutouts. Then place tissue paper on top of the glue, to make scales. When the glue has dried allow to add mouths and eyes.

Folded Paper Puppy...
Cut out a triangle shape for each child out of brown construction paper or out of white. Children fold the long edges. You do this as if you were ear marking a book page. Have children then add eyes and nose.

Gold Fish Bowl...
Cut out and decorate goldfish from white construction paper. Cut from green construction paper squiggly lines to act as plants. Place all items between to pieces of wax paper in any arrangement. Add crayon shavings to the bottom of the bowl for colorful rocks. The teacher must place the wax paper between two thin towels and iron over the design on low temp. This makes all the pieces form one glass bowl. Add a strip of black construction paper to the top as a rim to the gold fish bowl. Hole punch the lid and string a piece of yarn though for hanging purposes.

Bird Cage...
Using a cleaned meat tray. Please use an antibacterial soap first to make sure no toxians are left. Children may decorate a pet bird the teacher has reproduced or children can free hand them. Glue the bird to the inside of the meat tray. For the bars of the cage you may use string and glue it to the tray or use markers to add the bars.

Easel Painting A Dalmation...
I hung a picture of a Dalmatian next to the paint easel for inspiration, then provided black paint, but never instructed the children on what to paint. All the children seemed to enjoy the contrast of the black paint on the white paper, some made dots that resembled the spots on the dog.

Books On Pets
Can I Keep Him? by Steven Kellogg
The Pet Show by Ezra Jack Keats
Arther's Pet Business by Marc Brown
Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion
The Dog Who Thought He Was a Boy by Cora Annett
The First Dog by Jan Brett
The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy by Jane Thayer
Where's the Puppy? by Deborah Shine

A SIMPLE BLACK CAT
Submitted by Verona
Take a half sheet (9 x 12) of construction paper. Fold it in half top to bottom. Draw a half circle at the middle bottom of the paper. Put one of the half circle pieces on the top for the head and use the other one for whiskers and a tail. Add eyes and you have a cat and almost no wasted paper.

CATS ASLEEP
When all my cats are asleep in the sun,
I like to count them one by one.
The first is Candy so cunning and sweet.
The second is Captain who looks so neat.
The third is cotton with cuddly fur.
The fourth is cubby with a happy purr.
When all my cats are asleep in the sun,
I like to count then one by one.

Title: CAT ACTIVITIES
All these cross curriculum ideas were submitted by Anita
Title: This Kitty - Fingerplay
This kitty said, "I smell a mouse"
This kitty said, "Let's hunt through the house"
This kitty said, "Let's go creepy creep"
This kitty said "Is the mouse asleep?"
This kitty said "Meow, meow, I saw him go through this hole just now"

Start by holding up all five fingers.  At each line take one away.  On the last line have the final finger run through a hole made by the left hand.

Title: Five Kittens - Fingerplay
Five little kittens standing in a row (hold up 5 fingers)
They nod their heads to the children so (bend fingers)
They run to the left, they run to the right (run fingers to the left and then to the right)
They stand up and stretch in the bright sunlight (stretch fingers out tall)
Along comes a dog who's in for some fun (hold up one finger from opposite hand)
MEOW!  See those little kittens run (let fingers run)

Title: Cat Ears - ART
Attach construction paper cat ears to a headband and wear as you say the three little kittens rhyme.

Title: Food Experience - Milk
Discuss why milk is good for you.  Which pets love milk?  Serve each child a glass of milk.

Title: Lacing Cards - Fine Motor Skill
Photo copy a cat pattern onto tag board and punch holes around the outside of the pattern.  Have the children lace up the card using yarn.

Title: Cat And Mouse Parachute Game - Large Motor Skills
One child is the mouse and they crawl around under the parachute. The other child is the cat and they are on top of the parachute. The cat must catch the mouse before time is up.  You can set a timer.  The other children should be flapping the parachute up and down as the game goes on.

Thanks Anita for the 'purrfect' ideas.

Title: COULDN'T SLEEP LAST NIGHT
Submitted by Peg
(CHANT/repeat)
1,2,3,4 (set rhythm by slapping thighs)
I couldn't sleep last night (children repeat)
For the thunder and the lighting (children repeat)
at the Barn Bell Farm (children repeat)

I couldn't sleep last night (children repeat)
For the dog on the bed (children repeat)
For the thunder and the lighting (children repeat)
at the Barn Bell Farm (children repeat)

I couldn't sleep last night (children repeat)
For the chicken in the kitchen (children repeat)
For the dog on the bed (children repeat)
For the thunder and the lighting (children repeat)
at the Barn Bell Farm (children repeat)

I couldn't sleep last night…
For the the baby crying…
For my daddy snoring …
For the cows mooing …
For the the horns honking…
For the the cats meowing…

 

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