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Dogs

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see also: http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/pets-dogs.htm

 

This is Frisky’s doghouse,                                                                

This is Frisky’s bed.                                                                           

This is Frisky’s bowl,                                                                         

So that he can be fed.                                                                         

Frisky has a collar,                                                                              

With his name upon it too.                                                                

Take a stick and throw it                                                                    

And he’ll bring it back to you.                                                          

 

Call the puppy                         (use actions)

And give him some milk.

Brush his coat,

Till it shines like silk.

Call the dog,

And give him a bone.

Take him for a walk,

Then, put him in his home.

 

Where, oh, where has my little dog gone.                      

Where, oh, where can he be?                                            

With his tail cut short,                                                       

And his ears cut long,                                                        

Oh, where, oh, where, can he be?                                     

 

5 Little puppies were playing in the sun                         

This one saw a rabbit, and he began to run.

This one saw a butterfly, he began to race,

This one saw a cat, and he began to chase.

This one tried to catch his tail, and he went round and round

This one was so quiet, he never made a sound!

 

Two little puppy dogs

Lying in a heap.

Soft and woolly

And fast asleep.

Along came a pussycat, creeping near,

“Meow,”

She cried right in their ear

Two little puppy dogs after one cat,

Did you ever play tag like that?

 

This little dog had a sore toe,

This little dog said, “Oh, no!”

This little dog said, “That’s bad.”

This little dog cried, “That’s sad.”

This little dog, helpful and good,

Ran for the nurse as fast as he could.

                --TODDLE ON OVER

 

Pretend You’re a Dog                                                                         

Can you bark?

Can you beg?                                                                      

Can you scratch

 With your leg?                                                                                                       

Can you fetch?                                                                    

Can you roll?                                                                       

Can you dig                                                                         

In a hole?  

What else can you do like a dog?                                                                            

               --Jean Marzollo (LADYBUG, February 1994:24)

 

I have a little dog                                                                

And his name is Fido.                                                        

He is nothing but a pup.  

He can stand up on his hind legs                         

If you hold his front legs up.                                            

 

Here is a little puppy,

Here is a kitty cat.

Puppy goes to sleep,

Curled up on his mat.

Kitty creeps up softly,

And tickles puppy's chin.

Puppy wakes up quickly--

See the chase begin!

 

Some dogs bark.
Some dogs growl.
Some dogs yip.
Some dogs howl.
Some dogs wiggle their tails!

          --Perry Public Library


Ten little doggies went out one day,      (hold up ten fingers)
To dig in the dirt and play, play, play.    (dig, slap knees on each ‘play’)
Five were spotted, and five were not,     (hold up one hand, then the other)
And at dinnertime they ate a lot!           (pretend to eat)
          --Storytime Secrets 

 

Mother doesn't want a dog,

Mother says they smell.

And never sit, when you say "sit."

Or ever when you yell.

And when you come home late at night

And there is ice and snow,

You have to go back out because

The dumb dog has to go.

Mother doesn't want a dog.

Mother says they shed.

And always let the strangers in,

And bark at friends instead.

And do disgraceful things on rugs,

And track mud on the floor;

And flop upon your bed at night,

And snore their doggy snore.

Mother doesn't want a dog.

She's making a mistake.

Because more than a dog, I think,

She will not want this snake!

          --Judith Viorst

 

Songs: 

My Dog Rags, (Sharon, Lois & Bram)

How Much Is That Doggie In the Window?

Six Little Dogs

 

Flannel Board: 

B-I-N-G-O

Claude the Dog

Dog and His Bone, FANTASTIC THEATER, Judy Sierra, pp. 68-69

Dog's Colorful Day

Old Mother Hubbard, 52 PROGRAMS FOR PRESCHOOLERS, Diane Briggs, pp.78-80

 

Game:

Doggie, Doggie, Who has your bone? (Each child hides hands behind them, and the child who is the dog, tries to guess who took the bone.)

 

Extras:  ears; origami dog; biscuits; thumbprint, dog collar

 

Books:

Clifford, the Big, Red Dog, Norman Bridwell, c.1988

What's Claude Doing?, Dick Gackenback, c.1984

More offerings-DOGS

 

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