Tuesday, November 10, 2009

November Finger Plays

Here are the fingerplays I am including for November. I mount each one on a colored piece of cardstock with the fingerplay words on the back and a matching illustration on the front. I then laminate and post on Q's little bulletin board in the learning room. Most of the fingerplays have to do with fall animals.

Where are the baby mice? Squeak, squeak, squeak.

I cannot see them. Peek, peek, peek.

Here they come from the hole in the wall,

One, two, three, four, five--that's all!

Two little blackbirds

Sitting on a hill--

One named Jack,

The other named Jill.

Fly away, Jack!

Fly away, Jill!

Come back, Jack!

Come back, Jill!

Clap your hands, clap your hands,

Clap them just like me.

Touch your shoulders, touch your shoulders,

Touch them just like me.

Tap your knees, tap your knees,

Tap them just like me.

Shake your head, shake your head,

Shake it just like me.

Clap your hands, clap your hands,

Now let them quiet be!

Whisky, frisky, hippity-hop,

Up he goes to the treetop.

Whirly, twirly, round and round,

Down he scampers to the ground.

Furly, curly, what a tail--

Tall as a feather, broad as a sail!

Where's his supper? In the shell.

Snappity, crackily, out if fell!