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Hats

Page history last edited by Jane McManus 2 years, 1 month ago

I wear a hat upon my head,

I wear a hat upon my hair,

I wear it here, I wear it there,

My hat and I go everywhere.

I wear it in the rain and snow,

I wear it even when it's hot.

My hair feels lonely when it's off,

My head feels happy when it's not.

And when it's time to go to bed,

My mama says, "Take off your hat,"

I do exactly as I'm told,

And put it on my kitty cat.

          --NUTTINBUTKIDS.com

 

I'm three years old and like to wear

A bow of ribbons in my hair,

Sometimes they're pink, sometimes they're blue,

I think their pretty there, don't you?

 

Hats on police officers starchy and blue,      (salute)
Hats on fire fighters shiny and new.              (spray with hose)
Hat on marchers in a band,                            (drum)
Hat on astronauts when they land,                (float)
Hats on farmers made of straw,                    (shovel hay)
Hats on artists when they draw.                     (paint)
Hats on kids out in the sun,                           (shade eyes)
Hat on almost everyone!                               (hold hands out to side)
          --Perry Public Library

 

These are Grandma’s glasses,
This is Grandma’s cap.
This is the way she folds her hands,
And lays them in her lap.
Here are Grandpa’s glasses,
And here is Grandpa’s hat.
And here’s the way he folds his arms,
And takes a little nap.                              (snore)

(Sing to: This Old Man)
On my head, I wear my hat.
It is such a silly hat.
That my head will wiggle waggle to and fro,
Where else can my silly hat go?
[Repeat using foot, elbow and knee.]

 

A cowboy wears a cowboy hat      (hands encircle head)
As he gallops on his horse.            (galloping motion).
A firefighter’s hat keeps her safe  (hands encircle head)
As fires run their course.                (spraying hose)
A clown wears a pointy hat,           (hands form point on head)
And a smile upon his face!            (smile!)
And astronauts wear helmets       (encircle face with hands)
When blasting into space.            (shoot hands up to sky)

          --King County Library System

 

Songs:

A Cowboy Wears a Cowboy Hat

My Hat It Has 3-Corners

My Tall Silk Hat

Silly Hat Song

 

Flannel Board:

Carl the Clown

Little Wooden Willie

 

Extras:  see rhymes for Community Service--Chef, Police, Fire, Construction; get painters' caps; fun-foam visors

 

Books:

Jennie's Hat, Ezra Jack Keats, c.1966

Who Took the Farmer's Hat? Joan Nodset, c.1963

More offerings-HATS

 

 

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