Monday, October 9, 2017

Skeletons & Bones Theme Pre-Grade 3


Skeletons& Bones Theme
Pre-Grade 3

READ: BOOKS

Our Bones By Charlotte Guillain (Pre-2)
Dem Bones Book By Bob Barner(Pre-3)
Dry Bones By Kate Edmunds (toddler-prek)
Mr. Bones By Charles Reasoner (toddler-prek)


Bonaparte Falls Apart By Margery Cuyler (Pre-2)
Halloween Hustle By Charlotte Gunnufson
Skeleton Hiccups By Margery Cuyler (Pre-3)
Samira and the Skeletons By Camilla Kuhn (Pre-2) 
Me and My Amazing Body By Joan Sweeney (Pre-2)
Bones By Stephen Krensky (Pre-1)
Bones By Steve Jenkins (Grades 3-6)
The Skeleton Inside You By Philip Balestrino (Prek-3)
 
RHYMES AND SONGS: Credit- Preschool Education.com
Show Me If You Can added 9-1-01 Original Author Unknown
Sung to: "In and Out The Window"

Where is your finger?
Where is your finger?
Where is your finger?
Show me if you can.
Good, now where's your nose?
Now, where is your nose?
Now, where is your nose?
Show me if you can. (Use other body parts.)


 


Me added 9-1-01 Original Author Unknown
My hands upon my head I place, (Do actions as described, then bring hands
down slowly & place them in lap.)
On my shoulders, on my face,
On my knees, & at my side,
Then behind me they will hide.
Then I raise them up So high
'Till they almost reach the sky.
Swiftly count them-1,2,3,
And see how quietly they can be.


Hands On Shoulders added 9-1-01 Original Author Unknown

Hands on shoulders, hands on knees,
Hands behind you if you please.
Touch your shoulders, now your nose,
Now your chin and now your toes.
Hands up high in the air,
Down at your sides and touch your hair.
Hands up high as before,
Now clap your hands--one, two, three, four.


Head, Shoulders, Knees, Toes added 9-1-01 Original Author Unknown Head, shoulders, knees, and toes,
Knees and toes.
Head, shoulders, knees and toes,
Knees and toes,
And eyes and ears,
And mouth and nose.
Head, shoulders, knees, and toes,
Knees and toes.

 
B-O-N-E-S added 8-26-02 Original Author Unknown
Submitted by: Jane F.
Sung to: "B-I-N-G-O"

Once there was a skeleton,
And Bones was his name, oh!
B-O-N-E-S, B-O-N-E-S, B-O-N-E-S,
And Bones was his name, oh!

Once there was a skeleton,
And Bones was his name, oh!
B-O-N-E-(clap), B-O-N-E-(clap), B-O-N-E-(clap),
And Bones was his name, oh!

(Continue to repeat the verse--each time dropping one more letter from and adding a clap to B-O-N-E-S--until the entire name is clapped.)


 CRAFTS/ PLAY:
Printable Skeleton Pieces

Skeleton Crafts & Activities Link 

Make a Skeleton


Why Do We Have Bones Activity
 

Cotton Swab Skeleton Building

Coloring Sheet Skeleton with Bats 

My Body System Emergent Reader- (Pre-k)

Spelling words with cotton swab/ q-tip

Pasta Skeletons


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