Monsters - Addison Public Library

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Monsters - Addison Public Library
Rhymes
&
Resources
Compiled by
Mary G. Marshall
&
Sue Eilers
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Monster in the Closet
(Sue Eilers)
Tune: “5 Little Ducks”
One scary monster went out for a fright
In a little boy’s closet one night.
He had such enormous fun,
That he called for another scary monster to come.
Two scary monsters went out for a fright
In a little boy’s closet one night.
They had such enormous fun,
That they called for another scary monster to come.
Three scary monsters went out for a fright
In a little boy’s closet one night.
They had such enormous fun,
That they called for another scary monster to come.
Four scary monsters went out for a fright
In a little boy’s closet one night.
They had such enormous fun,
That they called for another scary monster to come.
Five scary monsters went out for a fright
In a little boy’s closet one night.
They had such enormous fun,
That they all yelled “boo” ‘til the night was done.
Can be used with finger puppets or a flannel board.
Monster Turn Around
(Mary Marshall)
Tune: “Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear”
Monster man, monster man chase around. [run in small circle]
Monster man, monster man stamp the ground. [stamp feet]
Monster man, monster man, why so blue? [make crying motion]
Monster man, monster man, wave yoo-hoo. [wave]
Monster man, monster man, don’t you tease. [shake finger in “no” motion]
Monster man, monster man, don’t scare, please! [put hands together in begging motion]
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I’m Not afraid of the Monsters
(Sue Eilers)
Tune: “Muffin Man”
Dracula has pointy teeth,
Pointy teeth, pointy teeth.
Dracula has pointy teeth.
I’m not afraid of him.
Scaring Monsters
(Mary Marshall & Sue Eilers)
Tune: “If You’re Happy and You Know It”
Wolfman has such furry arms,
Furry arms, furry arms.
Wolfman has such furry arms.
I’m not afraid of him.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, clap your hands.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, clap your hands.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it,
And your face should really show it,
[make face]
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, clap your hands.
Mummy Man is wrapped in gauze,
Wrapped in gauze, wrapped in gauze.
Mummy Man is wrapped in gauze.
I’m not afraid of him.
Frankenstein is big and green,
Big and green, big and green.
Frankenstein is big and green.
I’m not afraid of him.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, stamp your feet.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, stamp your feet.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it,
And your face should really show it,
[make face]
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, stamp your feet.
Monsters can seem oh so scary,
Oh so scary, oh so scary.
Monsters can seem oh so scary.
But they’re not real!
Use with finger puppets.
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, give a roar! [make load roar]
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, give a roar!
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it,
And your face should really show it,
[make face]
Scare a monster,
Let’s go for it, give a roar!
Let children think of additional verses.
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Five Little Monsters Under the Bed.
(Mary Marshall & Sue Eilers)
Five little monsters jumping on my bed.
One fell off and bumped his head.
I called out to them and said,
“No more monsters jumping on my bed.”
Four little monsters jumping on my bed.
One fell off and bumped his head.
I called out to them and said,
“No more monsters jumping on my bed.”
Three little monsters jumping on my bed.
One fell off and bumped his head.
I called out to them and said,
“No more monsters jumping on my bed.”
Two little monsters jumping on my bed.
One fell off and bumped his head.
I called out to them and said,
“No more monsters jumping on my bed.”
One little monster jumping on my bed.
He fell off and bumped his head.
I called out to him and said,
“No more monsters jumping on my bed.”
No little monsters jumping on my bed.
They’re all under it instead.
I called to mama, and mama said,
“Go to sleep, or there’ll be no fun, Ted.”
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If I Were a Monster
(Sue Eilers)
Tune: “If I had a Hammer”
If I were Dracula,
I’d scare you in the morning,
I’d scare you in the evening,
All over the house.
I’d scare the children,
I’d scare the dogs and cats,
I’d scare the mothers and fathers,
The grandmas and grandpas
All over this house.
If I were Frankenstein,
I’d scare you in the morning,
I’d scare you in the evening,
All over the house.
I’d scare the children,
I’d scare the dogs and cats,
I’d scare the mothers and fathers,
The grandmas and grandpas
All over this house.
If I were Werewolf,
I’d scare you in the morning,
I’d scare you in the evening,
All over the house.
I’d scare the children,
I’d scare the dogs and cats,
I’d scare the mothers and fathers,
The grandmas and grandpas
All over this house.
If I were Mummy Man,
I’d scare you in the morning,
I’d scare you in the evening,
All over the house.
I’d scare the children,
I’d scare the dogs and cats,
I’d scare the mothers and fathers,
The grandmas and grandpas
All over this house.
Use with finger puppets or flannel board.
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Which monster in each row is different?
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Selected Books on Monsters
Arnold, Tedd. Five Ugly Monsters. New York: Scholastic, 1995.
Baker, Ken. Brave Little Monster. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.
Gackenbach, Dick. Harry and The Terrible Whatzit. New York : Seabury Press, 1977.
Geoghegan, Adrienne. There's A Wardrobe In My Monster!
Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books, 1999.
Graves, Keith. Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance.
San Francisco: Chronicle, 1999.
Harris, Emma. Bedtime, Little Monsters! Wilton, Conn.: Tiger Tales, 2002.
Heyboer, Susan. One Hungry Monster: A Counting Book in Rhyme.
Boston : Joy Street Books, c1989
Hutchins, Pat. The Very Worst Monster. New York: Greenwillow, 1985.
Inkpen, Mick. Kipper’s Monster. San Diego: Harcourt, 2002.
Koller, Jackie French. No Such Thing. Honesdale, PA: Boyds Mills Press, 1997.
Leuck, Laura. Jeepers Creepers A Monstrous ABC. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2003.
Mayer, Mercer. There’s a Nightmare in My Closet. New York: Dial, 1968.
Novak, Matt. No Zombies Allowed. New York: Atheneum, 2002.
Numeroff, Laura Joffe. Laura Numeroff’s 10-Step Guide to Living with Your Monster.
New York: Geringer, 2002.
Numeroff, Laura. Monster Munchies. New York: Random House, 1998.
Park, Barbara. Psssst! It’s Me...the Bogeyman. New York: Atheneum, 1998.
Pym, Tasha. It’s a Monster Party! New York: Sterling, 2003.
Schnitzlein, Danny. The Monster Who Ate My Peas. Atlanta, GA: Peachtree, 2001.
Spinelli, Eileen. Wanda’s Monster. Morton Grove, IL: Whitman, 2002.
Puppets & Music
Bernard Puppet (from Where the Wild Things Are)
A Child’s Celebration of Rock ‘n’ Roll CD
Max Puppet (from Where the Wild Things Are)
Moishe Puppet (from Where the Wild Things Are)
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Teacher Resources
1001 Rhymes and Fingerplays for Working with Young Children.
Everett, WA: Warren, 1994.
A to Z Kids Stuff. www.atozkidsstuff.com.
Best of the Mailbox Songs, Poems, and Fingerplays.
Greensboro, NC: Education Center, n.d.
Briggs, Diane. 101 Fingerplays, Stories and Songs to Use with Finger Puppets.
Chicago: ALA, 1999.
Charner, Kathy. The Giant Encyclopedia of Circle Time and Group Activities for Children 3 to 6.
Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House, 1996.
Charner, Kathy. The Giant Encyclopedia of Theme Activities for Children 2 to 5.
Mt. Rainier, MD: Gryphon House, 1993.
Cooper, Kay. Too Many Rabbits and Other Fingerplays about Animals, Nature, Weather, and the Universe.
New York: Scholastic, 1995.
Forte, Imogene. [Month] Patterns, Projects & Plans Series [by Month].
Nashville, TN: Incentive, 1990.
Lohnes, Marilyn. Finger Folk. Fort Atkinson, WI: Alleyside, 1999.
The Mailbox [magazine]
McKinnon, Elizabeth. Busy Bees Fall.
Everett, WA: Warren, 1994 [also, Spring, Summer, Winter].
Patti’s Preschool Resources. www.geocities.com/soogal99/index.html.
Phelps, Joan Hilyer. Finger Tales. Fort Atkinson, WI: Upstart, 2002.
Raines, Shirley and Robert Canady. Story S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-R-S.
Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House, 1989.
Ring A Ring O’ Roses. 10th ed. Flint, MI: Flint Public Library, 1996.
Schiller, Pam and Thomas Moore. Where Is Thumbkin?
Mt. Rainier, MD: Gryphon House, 1993.
Silberg, Jackie. 300 Three Minute Games. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House, 1997.
Stetson, Emily and Vicky Congdon. Little Hands Fingerplays & Action Songs.
Charlotte, VT: Williamson, 2001.
Totten, Kathryn. Seasonal Storytime Crafts. Fort Atkinson, WI: Upstart, 2002.
Warren, Jean. Animal Piggyback Songs. Everett, WA: Warren, 1990.
Warren, Jean. The Best of Totline. Torrance, CA: Totline, 1995.
Warren, Jean. More Piggyback Songs. Everett, WA: Warren, 1995.
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Story Totes
Animals for All Seasons [seasons & different animals]
“B” Is for Building [building & construction machines]
Beautiful Babies [big brothers, big sisters, & new babies]
Billions of Bugs [all kinds of insects]
Birthday Bonanza [celebrating birthdays]
Bunches of Bears [teddy bears & real bears]
Cool Cats & Cuddly Kittens [cats & kittens]
Dazzling Dinosaurs [dinosaurs]
Fabulous Food [food and eating]
Fascinating Families [all types of families & their members]
Fun on the Farm [farms & farm animals]
Helpers & Heroes [community helpers]
Monster Mania [monsters]
Pooches by the Pound [dogs & puppies]
Preschoolers Pretend [imagination & play]
Rainbows & Stars [colors & shapes]
Sensational Seasons [the four seasons]
Sing a Song of Sixpence [music & rhyme]
Spectacular Sea Stories [ocean & sea creatures]
Trips Around Town [places to visit]
Wacky Weather [all types of weather]
Wonderful World of Wheels [transportation]
Zoo-rific [zoos & zoo animals]
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