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Alphabits Story Time (2013-2014)

Here are the books & activities we have read & done during the 2013-2014 sessions of Alphabits! Regular weekly activities like show & tell and ABC matching are not included in the descriptions. Alphabits is Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15am. Click twice on any pin to get more information on each pin.

Graduation! An alphabet rhyme/chant that relates what happens when the whole alphabet tries to climb a coconut tree.

Graduation! We did Action A to Z, where we did an action for every letter of the alphabet. Then the kids lied on the backs and they watched as all the letters from the alphabet went flying over their heads.

Graduation! At the end of the program, the kids all received their graduation certificates. Then they got to pose for pictures in front of the Alphabits sign.

Kindergarten Kids Graduates

Letter Z = Zoo. The zoo animals go on strike until the tears of a disappointed little girl make them realize that they actually like what they do.

Letter Z = Zoo. When this special zoo closes for the day, the zoo animals band comes out to play.

Letter Y = Yawn. A comical cautionary tale for bedtime-resistant youngsters which challenges them to avoid yawning, from a dozing dog and a cuddly blanket to endearing baby orangutans who stretch out long arms for a nighttime hug.

Letter Y = Y.M.C.A. We danced to the song Y.M.C.A. - making each of the letters with our bodies during the song!

Letter Y = Yellow. We scattered 250 ball pit balls around the room and the kids had to find the yellow ones to put back in the tub.

Letter Y = Yoga. We used this book and did some beginning Yoga poses.

Catalog - Little yoga : a toddler's first book of yoga

Letter X = Xylophone. We played sit dancing with the instruments. The kids could dance to the music but they had to sit down once Mr. Steve hit the xylophone!

Letter W = Walrus. In this wordless picture book, follow Walrus on a happy-go-lucky spree through the big city, as he tries on different hats to disguise himself from the chasing zookeeper.