All The World

This week’s theme of the World may have been a bit ambitious because there is just so much to do . Regardless, I took this opportunity to use multiple languages and talk about how everyone is different but we are all special.

Opening Song, Hi Hello
Hi, Hello, and How are you, how are you, how are you? (wave)
HI, Hello and How are you, how are you today?

Hello [insert kids name] how are you, how are you, how are you? (wave)
Hello [insert kids name] how are you today?
Give child a change to answer how they are doing that day

All the World Picture books:

all the world
All the World
by Liz Garton Scanlon, Illus. by Marla Frazee
Dora Around the World
things that are most
Things That are the Most in the World
by Judi Barrett, Illus. by John Nickle

Songs and fingerplays:

Walking Through Africa in English and Swahili (with puppets or felt board)

Walking through Africa what do I see?
I see a tumbili (monkey) looking at me!

Walking through Africa what do I see?
I see a tembo (elephant) looking at me!

Walking through Africa what do I see?
I see a Dubu (bear) looking at me!

Walking through Africa what do I see?
I see a Chura (frog) looking at me!

I Can Count in Spanish and English
flannel board activity.
Download Printable Here!

One, Two, and Three
Four, five and six.
Seven, eight, and nine,
I can count to Ten!

Uno, dos, y tres,
Cuatro, cinco, seis
Siete, ocho y nueve
Cuento hasta diez!

I am Different

I am different from my head to my toes
I am different from my eyes to my nose
I come from a place that is far and wide
A place where we smile instead of cry
I am very different as you can see
But I still have a lot of love in me!

Here is my set up for All the World: