“Today is Monday” is a book and a song written by Eric Carle that invites preschoolers to recognize animals, foods and the days of the week in English. Each large spread features a different animal enjoying a tasty meal: a porcupine with Monday’s string beans, a snake with Tuesday’s spaghetti, an elephant with Wednesday’s “ZOOOOP”… right up to a monkey with Sunday’s ice-cream. At the end, a group of kids gathers around a big table to feast on all the foods mentioned.
“Do You Like Broccoli Ice Cream?” is an original and very simple food song by Super Simple Songs. Created for teaching how to express food likes and dislikes, and asking and answering “Do you like… ?” questions.
“Apples and Bananas” is a fun song for children that is great for introducing English vowel sounds. Apples and bananas are so tasty! Children will love this delightfully nursery rhyme that teaches vowel sounds.
This is the story of Handa, who’s part of the Luo tribe in south-west Kenya. Handa decides to take seven pieces of delicious fruits to her friend, Akeyo, who lives in the neighbouring village. But as Akeyo wonders, I wonder what fruit Akeyo will like best?, a series of sneaky animals steal something from Handa’s basket, which she’s carrying on her head… When Handa reaches Akeyo, will she have anything left to offer her friend?
I wanted to share some of my favorite food books with you. I hope these book suggestions help!
Im A Little Teapot is a short and simple action song to sing with preschoolers. Originally, the song was written to help students master the “Waltz Clog” tap dance routine. Indeed, the song may be accompanied with actions: extending one arm in a curve like the spout, placing the other arm like the handle, and bending sideways to mimic pouring.
Here are a set of activities and games to learn the vocabulary and to check the comprehension of the book “Ketchup on Your Cornflakes”. Then you can have the students listen to and watch the story on YouTube. So join in the fun with Ketchup on Your Cornflakes!
“Hot Cross Buns” is an English nursery rhyme and a street cry called by street-sellers in the open-air markets while trying to sell their products, mostly practiced around the 19th century. It refers to the small pieces of spicy cakes known as hot cross buns, eaten on Good Friday in various countries. The “Hot Cross…
Pizza and Chips – I’m Going to Eat You with Pizza and Chips Song with Lyrics in English and in French
“Pizza and Chips” is a song about a monster to practice days of the week.
“Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar” also called “The Cookie Jar Song” is a sing along and a game for children’s music.