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Submitted by: Bonnie Langan, Baldwin Boettcher
• Toddler • Pre-school
Bath Time by:Gerver Jane
A boy enjoys the look, feel and smell of a bubble bath.
Bubble Bath Pirates by:Krospczka Jarrett
When pirate mommy announces bath time, it is yo ho ho and to the bath we go for her little pirates.
Rub a Dub Dub What's in the tub? by:Blocksma Mary
A boy and his dog have a wonderful time in the bath, but try very hard not to get any water on the floor.
Bath Time by:Spinelli Eileen
A child fills up his bathtub with so many toys that there is no room for him in it.
Tiny's Bath by:Meister Cari
Tiny is a very big dog who loves to dig, and when it is time for this bath, his owner has trouble finding a place to bathe him.
Tub Toys by:Shannon Terry Miller
When his father calls out"Bath time", a young boy starts gathering all of the toys that will make his bathing fun.
Take me out of the bathtub by:Katz Alan
Silly dilly songs to sing - use any song you are comfortable with.
I'm still here in the bathtub by:Katz Alan
More silly dilly songs to sing - use any songs you are comfortable with.
Bernard's Bath by:Goodman Joan
When a little elephant refuses to take a bath, his parents must show him how much fun bath time can be.
I sit in my tub,
Washing my face and ears
My face will shine
It'll look so fine
And I'll be able to hear!

I sit in my tub,
Washing my hands and arms.
They'll be so clean
They'll practically gleam
And I will feel like a charm!

I sit in my tub
Washing my back and tummy
My body will glow
From head to toe
and I am going to look yummy!

I sit in my tub
Washing my legs and feet
I'll make them shine
Because they're mine
Being clean is such a treat!
Play songs from Sesame Street Splish Splash Bath Time Fun: I played Rubber Ducky, Splish Splash, Let's go Tubbin and Everybody Wash - Cassette tape
I also demonstrate the ability of floating Ivory soap. I have a clear vat with water and show them that regular soap sinks but Ivory soap floats so you can find it in the tub. I then hand out small pieces of Ivory soap in the die cut small bag. (a bar of Ivory soap cuts into 6 pieces)