I think it's time for a silly song. This song goes to the tune of "Allouette." The kids LOVE it because of the last verse.
Peanut Butter (Keep on Singing and Dancing CD)
Peanut butter, we like peanut butter. (Clap hands and march to the beat.)
Peanut butter, that’s what we like best.
Do you like it on your head? (Point to head.)
Yes, we like it on our head.
On your head?
On our head.
Ohhhhhh. (Hands on cheeks and move head from side to side.)
Do you like it on your shirt… (Point to shirt.)
Do you like it on your pants… (Point to pants.)
Do you like it on your socks… (Point to socks.)
Do you like it on your shoes… (Point to shoes.)
On your underwear? (Cover your eyes.)
*Is someone in your room allergic to peanuts? Let them explain what an allergy is and why they can't eat peanut butter. Let them choose another food to insert in the song, such as "macaroni" or "watermelon."
*Tie in with standards by focusing on the questions and statements.
*Cut a sheet of paper in half and then fold in half to make a book. Run off the attached worksheet and let the children put the pictures in the book in sequential order.