Story Time

Lapsit #3 - Baby time - Counting
Submitted by: Bonnie Langan, Baldwin Boettcher
• Infant
My First Numbers Book by:Landoll's
Board Book
Counting Kisses by:Karen Katz
Board Book
One, Two, Looking for Pooh by:Disney
Board Book
Ten, Nine, Eight by:Molly Bang
Board Book
One, Two, Three by:Sandra Boynton
Board Book
Hello Song
Hello Hello Hello Hello
I am glad to greet you
I am glad to meet you
Hello Hello Hello Hello
One Two Buckle My Shoe
1 2 Buckle My Shoe
3 4 Shut the Door
5 6 Pick up Sticks
7 8 Lay them straight
9 10 A Big Fat Hen
Mocking Bird
Hush little baby don't say a word
Mama's gonna buy you a mocking bird
If that mocking bird don't sing
Papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring
If that diamond ring turns to brass
Mama's gonna buy you a looking glass
If that looking glass gets broke
Papa's gonna buy you a billy goat
If that billy goat won't pull
Mama's gonna buy you a cart and bull
If that cart and bull turn over
Papa's gonna buy you a dog named Rover
If that dog named Rover won't bark
Mama's gonna buy you a horse and cart
If that horse and cart fall down
You'll still be the sweetest baby in town
Two little blackbirds sitting on a hill
One named Jack, One named Jill
Fly away Jack, Fly away Jill
Come back Jack, Come back Jill
Noble Duke of York
The noble Duke of York,
he had ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
and he marched them down again
And when they're up they're up
And when they're down they're down
and when they're only halfway up
They're neither up nor down
Finger Play
One little, two little, three little fingers
Four little, five little, six little fingers
Seven little, eight little nine, little fingers
And one more finger makes ten
Goodbye Song
Tune of goodnight Ladies (from Shelly Lynn Pearson--Evelyn Meador Branch Library)
Bye bye babies
Bye bye babies
Bye bye babies
We're glad you came today

Come back babies
Come back babies
Come back babies
Come back next week to play
I do the babytimes 1 through 8 and then start over again with the first one. This means a two month span for the continuing development of the baby so each repeat is still a different experience.