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.
Wee Willie Winkie

Wee Willie Winkie runs through town (run fingers across your palm)

Upstairs (run fingers up arm)

Downstairs, (run down arm)

in his nightgown.

Rapping at the window (knock at the window)

Trying at the lock (turn hand like opening a lock)

Are the children all in bed? (shrug shoulders asking a question)

For now it’s 8 o’clock. (tap “watch” on wrist)
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Llama, Llama, Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney
Going to Bed

This little child is going to bed,

(point to self)

Down on the pillow he lays his head,

(rest head on hands)

He wraps himself in a blanket tight,

(hug yourself)

And this is the way he sleeps all night.


Morning comes, he opens his eyes,

(raise head, eyes open wide)

Off with a toss the covers fly,

(fling arms wide)

Soon he is up and dressed and awake,

(jump up)

Ready for fun and play all day,

(clap hands and turn in a circle).



Story

The Napping House by Audrey Wood

Twinkle, Twinkle

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

How I wonder what you are!
Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky!
Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are!
Are You Sleepy?

Are you sleeping, Are you sleeping?


Brother John? Brother John?
Morning bells are ringing, Morning bells are ringing,
Ding ding dong, Ding ding dong.
Story

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
Five in the Bed

There were five in the bed and the little one said, (make #5 with your hands)

"Roll over! Roll over!" (roll motion with hands)

So they all rolled over and one fell out (roll motion)

And bumped his head and shouted out, (knock on head, cup hands around mouth)

"Please remember to tie a knot in your pyjamas, (tie an invisible knot)

Single beds are only made for one, two, three, four!" (number 1, 2, 3, 4...)

There were four in the bed and the little one said...

There were three in the bed and the little one said...

There were two in the bed and the little one said...


There was one in the bed and the little one said... (clapping to the beat)

"I've got the whole bed to myself!


Stories About Bedtime
Ten, Nine, Eight by Molly Bang

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go To Bed by Lauren Child

Llama, Llama, Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney


Time for Bed by Mem Fox

Kiss Good Night by Amy Hest

Bedtime for Frances by Russell Hoban

Shhhhh! Everybody’s Sleeping by Julie Markes

10 Minutes to Bedtime by Peggy Rathman

Mother, Mother I Want Another by Maria Robbins

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Iza Trapani

Ira Sleeps Over by Bernard Waber

Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman

Napping House by Audrey Wood

How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague
Early Literacy Corner
Want to perfect your storytelling skills? Well, if you're sitting comfortably, then we'll begin...Research shows that when dads read bedtime stories their kids do better at school. Bedtime stories encourage speech and language development and help children learn literacy skills in an enjoyable way. If nothing else, a story at snooze time helps set down healthy sleep patterns. Time then to tell some tall tales.
Have a Regular Read

When your child's just learning to talk, regularly read the same story. This will help their language development and enhance their memory. The first time a child hears a story they won't catch everything — but hearing it over and over again helps them to become familiar with words and to establish speech patterns.

Don't Test, Do Tell

Avoid turning storytime into an academic exercise by using it to test your child's reading skills. Instead, just ask open questions about the stories that help them build a link between the story and their everyday life. For example: "What would you do?" or "Do you know any other black cats?"


Learn more about the benefits of bedtime stories at www.readingrockets.org.


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