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Submitted by: David, LaPorte
• Pre-school
The Berenstain Bears on the Moon by:Stan Berenstain
Brother Bear, Sister Bear and their pup explore the moon and then attempt the perilous journey back to earth. But will they survive? They must!
Regards to the Man in the Moon by:Ezra Jack Keats
Louie’s parents help him build a spaceship that is powered by pure imagination. On its maiden voyage, Louie glides past planets and moons to rescue his friends who have run low on imagination.
And If the Moon Could Talk by:Kate Banks
This book tells the story of a little girl’s bedtime ritual juxtaposed against the moon’s unique perspective during its orbit.
Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me by:Eric Carle
A loving father retrieves the moon when it is small enough to be carried down a rather long ladder and given to his daughter. As she plays with it, the moon wanes away to nothing and then reappears in the sky, waxing back to full size.
I jump in my rocket-suit
(Jump forward)
And pop on my helmet
(Slap top of head with both hands)
I pump my space boots
(Crouch and make pumping sounds)
And shout, “Ignition…”
(Hands over head to a point)
In 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Lift off!
(Jump high making rocket sounds)
My Telescope
Through my telescope I see the moon!
(Make telescope with both hands)
Through my telescope I see stars!
(Point telescope in another direction)
Through my telescope I see you!
(Point telescope at someone)
Dancing on the planet Mars!
(Do an interpretive Martian dance)