Friday, July 13, 2018

Sick & Get Well Soon and Ouches or Boo Boos!


Sick and Get Well Soon and  Ouches Theme



TALK: Show a box of kleenex, thermometer, blanket, pj's, favorite teddy bear. Ask the kids have you ever not felt good, stuffy nose, sore throat. Have you ever fallen and scraped a knee or hand etc. Did you need a band-aid?
Today we are going to share books about boo boos, and being sick! READ:
Bear Feels Sick by Karma Wilson
Boo Hoo Bird by Jeremy Tankard
How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon? by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague


If Beaver Had a Fever by Helen Ketteman
Llama Llama Home With Mama by Anna Dewdney
The Sniffles for Bear By Bonny Becker 
The Flea's Sneeze By Lynn Downey
Don't You Feel Well Sam? By Amy Hest 
Doctor Maisy By Lucy Cousins


A Sick Day for Amos McGee By Phillip Stead

Pinkalicious and the Sick Day By Victoria Kann
Buzzy's Boo Boo By Harriet Ziefert
The Big Sneeze By Ruth Brown
Little Critter: Just a Little Sick By Mercer Mayer
Germs Are Not For Sharing By Elizabeth Verdick
When Your Elephant Has The Sniffles By Susanna Leonard Hill 
Mother, Mother I feel Sick By Charles Remy 
Who's Sick Today By Lynne Cherry

  A Bad Case Of Stripes By David Shannon 




SONGS/ RHYMES:

Puppets: “Ah-Choo! Ah-Choo!”
Farmer’s nose tingles (point to nose)
Farmer’s nose twitches (wiggle puppet)
And he is going to sneeze!
Ah-choo, ah-choo, ah-choo!
Ah-choo, ah-choo, ah-choo!
(Cow, moo-choo / pig, oink-choo / chicken, bawk-choo)
Credit: Modified from SurLaLune Storytime & Storytime Katie

Action Rhyme: “I’ve Got a Cold”
I’ve got a cold (point to yourself)
My nose can’t smell (point to your nose)
My eyes are red (point to your eyes)
I don’t feel well (hand on forehead)
So I’ll drink my juice (pretend to drink)
And go to bed… (fold hands under head)
My nose feels better (point to nose)
And so does my head! (point to head)
Credit: SurLaLune Storytime & Storytime Katie 

 Flannel Story: The Bandage Song (from Making Learning Fun)
The website includes templates and many song verses, so I was thrilled!
The basic idea is you move the bandage to different body parts. Credit One little librarian blog
Sing to the tune of The Farmer in the Dell:Put a bandage on my knee,
Put a bandage on my knee
Oh please take care of me
Put bandage on my knee.

Put a bandage on my head,
Put a bandage on my head
Oh please put me to bed
Put bandage on my head.



Fingerplay/Action Rhyme: “I’ve Got a Cold”
I’ve got a cold                   (point to yourself)
My nose can’t smell        (point to your nose)
My eyes are red               (point to your eyes)
I don’t feel well                (hand on forehead)
So I’ll drink my juice        (pretend to drink)
And go to bed…                (fold hands under head)
My nose feels better       (point to nose)
And so does my head!    (point to head)

Credit Miss Barbara at the Library



Action Rhyme:  “Chicken Soup”
When my forehead's feeling hot
 
put hand to forehead
Do I want pizza? I do not!
hold out hands in questioning gesture, shake head
When I cough or when I sneeze
cough, sneeze
Give me a bowl of hot soup please
make bowl with hands
Eating chicken soup with rice
pretend to eat
Makes me feel so very nice
hug self
So when you're feeling under the weather
frown, point thumb down
Chicken soup might make you feel better
smile, point thumb up

Credit Miss Barbara at the Library

Songs: “Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed”
Five little monkeys jumping on the bed
One fell off and bumped his head
Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”


 CD: Jim Gill’s “Jim Gill Sings the Sneezing Song and Other Contagious Tunes”
 #1 The Sneezing Song

 Got a Boo Boo: to the tune of “Clementine”
got a boo boo
got a boo boo
got a boo boo on my __________ (insert body part)
got a boo boo
need a bandaid
kiss it better for me!

Credit Storytime Underground.com

CRAFT/ EXPLORE/ LEARN: 


Get Well Cards made with band-aids and wiggle eyes! Idea from Polka-Dotty Place Blog 

 Band-aid Butterflies with Kleenex Wings - Credit Storytime Katie



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