The Resource And the cow jumped over the moon!: : over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos, Pam Schiller and Thomas Moore

And the cow jumped over the moon!: : over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos, Pam Schiller and Thomas Moore

Label
And the cow jumped over the moon!: : over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos
Title
And the cow jumped over the moon!:
Title remainder
over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos
Statement of responsibility
Pam Schiller and Thomas Moore
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Presents more than 250 songs, rhymes, and chants designed to help teachers provide opportunities for children to develop reading readiness and literacy
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
372.87 SCH
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
MT920
LC item number
.S35 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Label
And the cow jumped over the moon!: : over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs : for toddlers and twos, Pam Schiller and Thomas Moore
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip062/2005031539.html
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • TURANGI
  • PUKEARIKI
  • WD_WDL
  • HN_DINS
  • HN_CENTRAL
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Talking with toddlers -- Brain research and opportunities for building a foundation for literacy -- Developing a child's desire to read -- Cross-generational links -- Regional links -- What does brain research say about singing? -- Using this book -- Themes or developmental domains -- Keep the joy -- When you don't know the tune -- Learn while the children learn -- The alphabet song ; Annie Mae ; The ants go marching ; Are you sleeping? ; Baby bumblebee ; Bubbles in the air ; Cap, mittens, coat, and boots ; Dirty old Bill ; Do you know the muffin man? ; Do your ears hang low? ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; Giant stomp ; Going on a bear hunt ; Good morning to you ; The grand old Duke of York ; Knees and toes head, shoulders ; Hey, diddle diddle ; Hickory, dickory, dock ; Humpty dumpty ; If you're happy and you know it ; Itsy bitsy spider ; Jack and Jill ; Jack be nimble ; Johnny works with one hammer ; Little Bo-peep ; Little boy blue ; Little hunk of tin ; Little Miss Muffet ; Little red wagon ; London Bridge is falling down ; Looby loo ; Mary had a little lamb ; Mary, Mary, quite contrary ; Miss Mary Mack ; Old King Cole ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; Old Mother Hubbard ; One elephant ; One, two, buckle my shoe ; Open, shut them ; Pat-a-cake ; Peanut butter and jelly ; Pop! goes the weasel ; Rain, rain, go away ; Ram sam sam ; Rock-a-bye, baby ; Row, row, row your boat ; Shoo fly ; Sign along with me ; Sing a song of sixpence ; Six in the bed ; Six white ducks ; Skidamarink ; Teddy bear, teddy bear ; There was an old woman ; This is the way we wash our hands ; This little light of mine ; This little piggy ; This old man ; Three little monkeys ; Tiny Tim ; Twinkle, twinkle, little star ; Two little blackbirds ; The wheels on the bus ; Where is thumbkin? ; Where, oh, where has my little dog gone?
  • Talking with toddlers -- Brain research and opportunities for building a foundation for literacy -- Song, chants, and rhymes as a springboard to disposition -- Cross-generational links -- Regional links -- What does brain research say about singing? -- Using this book -- Themes or developmental domains -- Keep the joy -- When you don't know the tune -- Learn while the children learn -- Selections. The alphabet song ; Annie Mae ; The ants go marching ; Are you sleeping? ; Baby bumblebee ; Bubbles in the air ; Cap, mittens, coat, and boots ; Dirty old Bill ; Do you know the muffin man? ; Do your ears hang low? ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; Giant stomp ; Going on a bear hunt ; Good morning to you ; The grand old Duke of York ; Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ; Hey, diddle diddle ; Hickory, dickory, dock ; Humpty dumpty ; If you're happy and you know it ; Itsy bitsy spider ; Jack and Jill ; Jack, be nimble ; Johnny works with one hammer ; Little Bo-peep ; Little boy blue ; Little hunk of tin ; Little Miss Muffet ; Little red wagon ; London Bridge is falling down ; Looby loo ; Mary had a little lamb ; Mary, Mary, quite contrary ; Miss Mary Mack ; Miss Polly had a dolly ; The more we get together ; Old King Cole ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; Old Mother Hubbard ; One elephant ; One, two, buckle my shoe ; Open, shut them ; Pat-a-cake ; Peanut butter and jelly ; Pop! goes the weasel ; Rain, rain, go away ; Ram, sam, sam ; Rock-a-bye, baby ; Row, row, row your boat ; Shoo fly ; Sign along with me ; Sing a song of sixpence ; Six in the bed ; Six white ducks ; Skidamarink ; Teddy bear, teddy bear ; There once were three brown bears ; There was an old woman ; This is the way we wash our hands ; This little light of mine ; This little piggy ; This old man ; Three little kittens ; Three little monkeys ; Tiny Tim ; Twinkle, twinkle, little star ; Two little blackbirds ; The wheels on the bus ; Where is thumbkin? ; Where, oh, where has my little dog gone?
  • Talking with toddlers -- Brain research and opportunities for building a foundation for literacy -- Developing children's desire to read -- Cross-generational links -- Regional links -- What does brain research say about singing? -- Using this book -- Themes or developmental domains -- Keep the joy -- When you don't know the tune -- Learn while the children learn -- The alphabet song ; Annie Mae ; The ants go marching ; Are you sleeping? ; Baby bumblebee ; Bubbles in the air ; Cap, mittens, coat, and boots ; Dirty old Bill ; Do you know the muffin man? ; Do your ears hang low? ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; Giant stomp ; Going on a bear hunt ; Good morning to you ; The grand old Duke of York ; Knees and toes head, shoulders ; Hey, diddle diddle ; Hickory, dickory, dock ; Humpty dumpty ; If you're happy and you know it ; Itsy bitsy spider ; Jack and Jill ; Jack be nimble ; Johnny works with one hammer ; Little Bo-peep ; Little boy blue ; Little hunk of tin ; Little Miss Muffet ; Little red wagon ; London Bridge is falling down ; Looby loo ; Mary had a little lamb ; Mary, Mary, quite contrary ; Miss Mary Mack ; Old King Cole ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; Old Mother Hubbard ; One elephant ; One, two, buckle my shoe ; Open, shut them ; Pat-a-cake ; Peanut butter and jelly ; Pop! goes the weasel ; Rain, rain, go away ; Ram sam sam ; Rock-a-bye, baby ; Row, row, row your boat ; Shoo fly ; Sign along with me ; Sing a song of sixpence ; Six in the bed ; Six white ducks ; Skidamarink ; Teddy bear, teddy bear ; There was an old woman ; This is the way we wash our hands ; This little light of mine ; This little piggy ; This old man ; Three little monkeys ; Tiny Tim ; Twinkle, twinkle, little star ; Two little blackbirds ; The wheels on the bus ; Where is thumbkin? ; Where, oh, where has my little dog gone?
Control code
10558996
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
256 pages
Isbn
9780876592960
Lccn
2005031539
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
u215009
System control number
  • (Sirsi) TUR4219.73865
  • (OCoLC)62281716
  • (DLC) 2005031539
  • (Nz)10558996

Library Locations

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      20 Sewell Street, Hokitika, 7810, NZ
      -42.7189057 170.9632489
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