lapsit, storytime

Lap Sit Week of 10/3/2016

If You’re Ready For a Story

If you’re ready for a story clap your hands (clap clap)

If you’re ready for a story clap your hands (clap clap)

If you’re ready for a story, if you’re ready for a story

If you’re ready for a story clap your hands (clap clap)

If you’re ready for a story stomp your feet (stomp stomp)

If you’re ready for a story stomp your feet (stomp stomp)

If you’re ready for a story, if you’re ready for a story

If you’re ready for a story stomp your feet (stomp stomp)

If you’re ready for a story wave hello

If you’re ready for a story wave hello

If you’re ready for a story, if you’re ready for a story

If you’re ready for a story wave hello

This Is Big Big Big

This is big big big, this is small small small

This is short short short, this is tall tall tall

This is fast fast fast, this is slow slow slow

This is yes yes yes, this is no no no

ABCs

Open/Shut Them

Open shut them, open shut them

Give a little clap clap clap

Open shut them, open shut them

Put them in your lap lap lap

Creep them crawl them, creep them crawl them

Right up to your chinny chin chin

Open wide your little mouth—but do not let them in!

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? by Bill Martin, Jr.

brownbearbrownbearwhatdoyousee

Bumping Up and Down

Bumping up and down in my little red wagon

Bumping up and down in my little red wagon

Bumping up and down in my little red wagon

Won’t you be my darling?

One wheel’s off and the axel’s broken

One wheel’s off and the axel’s broken

One wheel’s off and the axel’s broken

Won’t you be my darling?

Toast Is In the Toaster

The toast is in the toaster, it’s getting very hot

Tick tock, tick tock—pop, pop, pop!

On the Day You Were Born

On the day you were born, I felt my heart get a little bit bigger

On the day you were born, I felt it grow grow grow

On the day you were born I felt my heart get a little bit bigger

And I knew it would be a better world

(Find the motions to sign along here: day-you-were-born-signs)

Put Your Shoes On

Put your shoes on baby, don’t you know you’re in the city

Put your shoes on baby, it really is a pity

That baby can’t go barefoot wherever she goes

Because she loves to feel the wiggle of her toes

This Is the Way

This is the way we wash our arms, wash our arms, wash our arms

This is the way we wash our arms so early in the morning

(Repeat with legs, head, bellies, etc.)

Bubbles in the Air

There are bubbles in the air, in the air

There are bubbles in the air, in the air

There are bubbles in the air, there are bubbles in the air

There are bubbles in the air, in the air

There are bubbles way up high, way up high

There are bubbles way up high, way up high

There are bubbles way up high, way up high in the sky

There are bubbles way up high, way up high

There are bubbles way down low, way down low

There are bubbles way down low, way down low

There are bubbles way down low, and they tickle on your toes

There are bubbles way down low, way down low

Bubbles

Goodbye Song

Storytime is over now, over now, over now

Storytime is over now—see you next time!

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