Classic Baby Favorites Storytime at Bowman Library

Today at Baby Time we shared some of our baby’s favorite books, songs, and games.  What are your baby’s favorites?

Favorite Classics: Books for Babies

What we read today:

You may also enjoy the books at these tags: #bestbooksforbabies and Miss Jane’s Top Ten Favorite Books for Babies

Favorite Classics: Rhymes and Games for Babies


Charlie Chaplin Went to France

(use when changing diapers, with baby laying on back, move feet to rhythm)
Charlie Chaplin went to France
To teach the ladies how to dance.
First he did the rumba, rumba, rumba
Then he did the kicks, the kicks, the kicks
Then he did the samba, the samba, the samba,
Then he did the splits, the splits, the splits.

The Bear Went Over the Mountain
The bear went over the mountain,
The bear went over the mountain,
The bear went over the mountain,
To see what he could see.
(continue verses with other actions: jumped, flew, crept)

This Little Train
The little train ran up the track
(tickle fingers up arm)
Toot, toot, toot (make train noises)
And then it came chug-chugging back
(tickle fingers down arm)
Toot, toot, toot (make train noises)

Old Shoes, New Shoes
Old shoes, new shoes,
(Child) is wearing (description) shoes
One, two, three, four,
Now I tap them on the floor!

Baby Sign Language: More

More in Baby Sign Language

 

Signing: Make a pincher grip bringing thumbs to fingers.  Then, bring your hands together and separate them repeatedly.

https://www.babysignlanguage.com/dictionary/m/more/

We hope you’ll join us next week for
Baby Time at Bowman Library: 11AM on Thursdays

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