Story Time

Submitted by: Rosalinda, Jacinto City
• Toddler
Kipper's book of weather by:Inkpen, Mick
Kipper the dog experiences rain, sun, snow, ice, fog, wind, hail, and finally a rainbow.
Rainbow of My Own by:Freeman, Don
A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow to play with.
It looked like spilt milk by:Shaw, Charles
Illustrations and text are used to tell about the shapes of clouds.
Wintery Wind
Sung to: "Happy Birthday"

The winter wind blows. (Blow air with mouth)
The winter wind blows. (Blow air with mouth)
It gives me the shivers (Shake body)
From my head to my toes
(point to head and toes)
5 Little weathermen
Counting Fingerplay
5 little weathermen sitting on a gate.
The first one said, "My it's getting late".
The second one said, "There are storm clouds in the sky".
The third one said, "Let's run inside".
The fourth one said, "Wait, the sun is peeking out".
The fifth one said, "That's what weather's all about".
ooooo....went the wind, and up flew their kite,
and the 5 little weathermen chased it out of sight.
Eensy weensy spider
Eensy weensy spider
Went up the water spout('Climb' up arm)
Down came the rain(Wiggle fingers down from head to waist)
And washed the spider out(Throw arms to sides)
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain(Raise hands above head, make circle for sun)
Now the eensy weensy spider
Went up the spout again.
Spread Cotton with glue on construction paper to make different cloud shapes.
Make a windsock:
roll construction paper lengthwise into a tube, staple or tape together. Have children attach different color streamers to one end of the tube using tape.