Inclusive Story Time – Apples

INCLUSIVE STORY TIMEAPPLES

Books:

 

 

 

Inclusion:

Apple Countdown by Joan Holub features a multicultural group of children

 Flannel Rhyme:

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Five Apples in a Basket!

The first apple in the basket was bright and shiny red.
The second apple in the basket said “My ,what a cosy bed”
The third apple in the basket said “Make room for me your pair”
The fourth apple in the basket said “Please, move over there”
The fifth apple in the basket said “Oh dear, oh me, oh my!”
This basket looks like pastry—I think we’re in a pie!”

Flannel Rhyme:

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5 Little Apples
(Tune: 5 Little Monkeys)

5 little apples hanging in a tree,
Teasing Mr. Slinky worm,
“You can’t eat me, no you can’t eat me!”
Along came Mr. Slinky worm,
As quiet as can be…
and SNAP! he bites that apple right out of the tree!
(Remove one of the apples from the felt board
Continue counting down until all the apples get eaten)

No little apples hanging in the tree,
Teasing Mr. Slinky Worm
“You can’t eat me, no you can’t eat me!”
Along comes Mr. Slinky Worm as full as can be
from eating all those apples right out of the tree!

 Flannel Activity

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Sort apples by color or number.

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Author: storytimemellie

I am a children’s librarian at a small, rural library. I believe that it is important for every child to see themselves in the pages of a picture book, but it is also important to see children who are different. All children benefit from a diverse story time. I also make it a priority to provide story times for children with special needs with my sensory story times This is a personal blog and is not affiliated with the institution I serve

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