Welcome Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Welcome, welcome everyone! Now you’re here, we’ll have some fun, First we’ll clap our hands just so, Then we’ll bend and touch our toes, Welcome



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Welcome

Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Welcome, welcome everyone!

Now you’re here, we’ll have some fun,

First we’ll clap our hands just so,

Then we’ll bend and touch our toes,

Welcome, welcome everyone!

Now you’re here we’ll have some fun.
Old MacDonald Had a Town

Old MacDonald had a town, EIEIO

And in this town he had a fire station, EIEIO

With a (siren sound) here and a (siren sound) there

Here a (siren sound), there a (siren sound), everywhere a (siren sound)

Old MacDonald had a fire station EIEIO

Other options: police station, hospital, post office, grocery store, etc.

Instead of focusing on sounds, use actions involved in those occupations
Story___Who_Do_You_Want_to_Be_By_Ron_Ellsworth_Jobs'>Story

Who Do You Want to Be? By Ron Ellsworth
Jobs

Mommies and daddies

And grandparents, too,

Are people with jobs—

With jobs that they do.

Aunts and uncles

And neighbors, it’s true,

Are people with jobs that they do.

Boys and girls

Have jobs that they do.

I have a job—

How about YOU?


Career Chorus

A farmer works his fields.

A farmer works his fields.

Hi, Ho, the derry-o,

A farmer works his fields.

A dentist cleans our teeth.

A teacher works at school.

A barber cuts our hair.

A waiter serves us food.

Chorus:

There are so many jobs

That you might want to do.

Take time and you will find a job

That’s just right for you.
Story

Biscuit Visits the Doctor Alyssa Satin Capucilli
The Veterinarian

Oh My Darlin”

Bring your dogs, bring your cats,
Bring your hamsters one by one.
I take care of the animals,
I'm a veterinarian.
Old MacDonald Had a Town

Old MacDonald had a town, EIEIO

And in this town he had a fire station, EIEIO

With a (siren sound) here and a (siren sound) there

Here a (siren sound), there a (siren sound), everywhere a (siren sound)

Old MacDonald had a fire station EIEIO

Other options: police station, hospital, post office, grocery store, etc.

Instead of focusing on sounds, use actions involved in those occupations
Story

Mr. Cookie Baker by Monica Wellington
A House for Me

The carpenter’s hammer

Goes rap, rap, rap, pound hand with fist

And his saw goes see, saw, see,

Move arm in sawing motion

He hammers and hammers, hammer

And he saws and saws, saw

And he builds a house for me.



Make house out line with fingers


Stories About Community Helpers
Biscuit Visits the Doctor Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Whose Hat is This? By Sharon Katz Cooper

Whose Tools are These? By Sharon Katz Cooper

Firefighters A to Z by Chris Demarest

Who Do You Want to Be? By Ron Ellsworth

This is the Teacher by Rhonda Gowler Greene

Police: Hurrying! Helping! Solving! By Partricia Hubbell

Community Helpers from A to Z by Bobbie Kalman

Career Day by Anne Rockwell

Beverly Billingsly Borrows a Book by Alexander Stadler

Mr. Cookie Baker by Monica Wellington

Truck Driver Tom by Monica Wellington

Fireman Small by Wong Herbert Yee

Early Literacy Corner
Resist the temptation to disrupt a story to provide facts and vocabulary. Remember that this is about sharing a story with your child, not achieving a better reading score. It’s very important not to interrupt a story midway to ask an instructive question like, “That story takes place in Miami. Do you remember where Miami is on the map?” We’ve become so consumed with factual truths that we forget that in the world of stories, emotional truths play as important a role. If you interrupt the story to convey outside facts, you disrupt your child’s emotional connection to the characters and actions. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t respond to the questions your children may ask while you read. But give them room to analyze a story in their own unique way, and draw their own conclusions and observations.
--From RYCW Raising Young Children Well: Insights and Ideas for Parents and Teachers, edited by Sandra Radzanower Wolkoff, Neala Schwartzberg, and Jane Meckwood-Yazdpour


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