April 18

Sing a Song

Build A Home

Deep in the cellar, timbers high,
(Both hands point down, then up — arms full length.)
Pointed roof up in the sky,
(Bring fingertips together over the head.)
Drive the nails in straight and true
(Hammer with one fist on the other.)
Build a house for me and you.
(Continue to hammer.)
Windows, shining eyes to see,
(Circle hands at eyes and `peek` in.)
Doors open wide to welcome me,
(Open arms wide.)
Fire glowing, oh, so bright,
(`Warm` hands in front of fire, then rub hands together.)
That is HOME on winter`s night.
(Hug self as if snug and warm.)

One More Story

Click here to read today’s book. When you visit this website tomorrow there will be a new book for you to enjoy. Visit your local library to take home a copy of this book or click here to find your local public library. Check here to see what books are coming next or look back on what we’ve read so far this year.

Try This

With your child, label items in your house. Practice saying the words together.

Explore More

  • Make a Bird House – Print the template and decorate for a great bird house craft. You can add pictures of family members for a personal touch.
  • Bird House – Make a real bird house using twigs!