Mama Cat Has Three Kittens by Denise Fleming

April 17, 2009 on 2:28 am | In 0 to 2, 2's and 3's, 4's and 5's, Adult Aside, Age Levels, Books, Empower Aside, Example Aside, Phonological Awareness, Puppets/Dolls/Props/Dramatics, Storytime Component | No Comments

Cat Puppet: There’s a cat in my hat, a cat in my hat, a cat in my hat today (do twice). What does the kitty cat say? [cat puppet says meow]
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Early Literacy Aside–Example: When children hear rhymes, rhythms and sounds of animals, it helps them develop phonological awareness, hearing the smaller sounds in words. This is a skill that will help them as they begin to read.
Early Literacy¬†Aside–Empower: Keep doing rhymes with things in your children’s world. Today we did cat in my hat. You can do ball in the hall or star on my car (give a star sticker).

Submitted by Cathy Cartedge, Public Library of Charlotte and Mechlenburg County (NC)

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