Where is the green sheep? by Mem Fox
Other book suggestions:
Roar! A Noisy Counting Book by Pamela Duncan Edwards
No Sleep for the Sheep by Karen Beaumont
ASL sign of the week: Lion and Lamb
If you're a lion and you know it
If you're a lion and you know it stomp your paws (stomp feet).
If you're a lion and you know it stomp your paws.
If you're a lion and you know it and you really want to show it,
Stomp your paws!
Other actions involve wave your tail, roar out loud, shake your mane, etc.
The great big lion (to the tune of Shortnin' Bread, modified from Verona Storytime)
The great big lion loves jumping, jumping,
The great big lion loves jumping high.
Other actions include: spinning round, running fast, roaring loud, etc
A sheep got on a bus (modified from A hippopotamus got on a city bus from Jbrary)
A sheep, a sheep, a sheep (jump up and down)
Got on, got on, got on a a city bus.
And all, and all, and all the people said,
"Baaaack up!" (lean back)
A cow, a cow, a cow
Got on, got on, got on a city bus.
And all, and all, and all the pople said,
"Mooove over!" (rock from side to side)
Winding Wool (modified from Perry Public Library, with scarves)
Help me wind my ball of wool (pretend to wind)
Hold it gently, do not pull
Lift it high, Drop it low,
Reach down and touch your toes!
Wimoweh (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) by Laurie Berkner
Literacy tip of the week: Talk about the pictures in a book with your child as you read. This will help them connect the illustrations with the words.