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Book Babies 1.3


Storytime and other Library programs.

Let the wild rumpus start!

Book Babies 1.3

Scott Bahlmann

Baby Hop
By Diaper Gym

Snuggle up together, baby’s in your lap
Snuggle up together, and clap, clap clap.
Snuggle up together, don’t you nap
Snuggle up together and tap, tap, tap.
You’re working out together, baby don’t stop
You’re working out together, now hop, hop, hop.

Book: Look at the Baby
By Kelly Johnson


Mix a Pancake

Mix a pancake, (roll hands)
Stir a pancake, (stirring motion)
Pop it in the pan. (bounce baby in lap)
Fry the pancake (rock)
Toss the pancake (lift)
Catch it if you can!
(bring baby down and cuddle)

5 Hungry Ants

5 hungry ants, marching in a line,
came upon a picnic where they could dine.
They marched into the salad, they marched into the cake,
they marched into the pepper…Uh oh, what a mistake!
4 hungry ants….etc….

I Like Wiggling
By Animal Tower

I like wiggling fingers, I like wiggling those
I like wiggling fingers, this is how it goes. 
(Continue with: elbows, toes, knees,
hands, arms, legs, feet)

Book: I’m the Biggest Thing in the Ocean
By Kevin Sherry


Itsy Bitsy Spider

The itsy-bitsy spider climbed up the water spout,
Down came the rain and washed the spider out!
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
And the itsy-bitsy spider climbed up the spout again!

How’s the Weather? (signing song)
Tune: Frere Jacques

How’s the weather? How’s the weather?
Let’s go see, let’s go see.
Oh, the rain is falling. Oh, the rain is falling,
For you and me, for you and me.  
(Continue with wind, clouds, sun, rainbow)

Talk, Read, Sing, Write, and Play with your baby.

Talk: Babies understand many more words than they can say, so be sure to talk to them about what you are doing and what they are doing. Ask questions. By listening, your child learns words, ideas, and how language works.