The students could use instruments to represent different sounds in the book. The hippopotamus hiccups a lot so the students could use the instruments to represent the hiccups.
This book is very repetitive and talks about animals. The students can chant the words of the book because of the repetitiveness. The students could also use instruments to represent the animals mentioned in the book.
This book can be read of sung. I personally have used this book as a song many times before. You could use movement or instruments with the song as well.
There is a chant/song that is said throughout the entire book. Most of the song is repetitive so the kids can catch on quick. You could also use movement and instruments with this book.
The five little monkeys book has a song that goes along with it. The students could sing the song, add instruments for each monkey, or add movements.
This book has the wheels on the bus song. The teacher could sing this song and create movements to go along with each part.
This book is full of rhymes. This would be a great book for teaching rhyming words. You could also use movement or instruments with this as well.
Pete the cat sings a song about his groovy buttons in this book. The song is repetitive so the students will be able to catch along. The song allows for singing and rhythm.
In this book, Pete the Cat sings about his new shoes. The teacher and students could sing the song and possibly use movements or rhythm instruments.
This book is a review of the alphabet, so the students could sing the alphabet song. They also could use rhythm instruments whenever Chicka Chicka Boom Boom comes into play.