Book List:
Circle Time:
Center Activities:
Bible Lesson:
Amazing Airplanes
book       lesson

Autumn is for Apples
book       lesson

Barney Says Play Safely
book       lesson

Can You Hear It?
book       lesson

Dream Snow
book       lesson

book       lesson

Grimm's Fairy Tales
book       lesson

I Got Two Dogs
book       lesson

Papa, Please get the
Moon for me.
book       lesson

book       lesson

My Shadow
book       lesson

Spring is Here
book       lesson

St. Patrick's Day
in the Morning
book       lesson

Teddy Bear Picnic
book       lesson

Ten Apples up on Top
book       lesson

The Boat Book
book       lesson

The Itsy Bitsy Spider
book       lesson

The Little Red Hen
book       lesson

The Mixed Up Chameleon
book       lesson

The Three R's
book       lesson

The Tiny Seed
book       lesson

The Very Hungry
book       lesson

There's No Place
like Space
book       lesson

Three Little Kittens
book       lesson

Two Little Trains
book       lesson

Queen of Hearts
book       lesson

We Three Kings
book       lesson

Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin
book       lesson
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-Preschool Theme
-Letter of the Week
-Music & Movement
-Center Time Activities
-Snack Suggestion
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-Bible Theme
-Bible Verse
-Bible Song
-Optional Resources
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Bible Theme: Worship
Teach children about what it means to sing praise and
worship God with these fun  We've included some
wonderful bible printables to help you teach little ones
this important truth.
Preschool Theme: Music
This page is  full of Music printables!  There are music
coloring pages, bible verse bracelets, handwriting
worksheets and more!  We have everything you need
for a fun, musical adventure!
"Violet's Music" by Angela Johnson
There's nothing Violet loves more than music, and she
plays or sings every chance she gets.  But where are the
other kids like her-kids who think and dream music all
day long?  As a baby, in kindergarten, at the beach and
the zoo, she never gives up looking for companions.  
And then one summer day...
"Can You Heart It?" by William Lach
Similar to Abrams best-selling series, Can You Find It?, in
this book, young readers are introduced to great music
through great works of art. From “The Flight of the
Bumblee” to “The Four Seasons” to “Night on Bald
Mountain,” beloved music is illustrated by great works of
art, and the text and accompanying CD urge young readers
to listen for certain instruments. Can you hear the car horns
honking, played by clarinets? Can you hear the horses’
hooves, played by castanets? When each CD track is played,
young readers will stop, look, and listen as never before.

Scarf-dancing.  Provide a colorful array of
ladies' scarves, or alternatively, tape paper
to the ends of long wooden dowels. Play a
beautiful piece of music and let the children be
creative in their movement, making sweeps,
dips, arcs, swirls, and circles with their scarves.

Make something with "M"arvelous
Morning Circle:
Introduce the letter "M."  Explain that today's topic is "music," and that "music" begins
with the "m" sound.  Spend a few moments letting children take turns pointing out "M"
objects (or people) in the room.  Ask children to make the "m" sound.  Have them do it
for a few seconds.  Tell them to stop, then ask them what making the "m" sound felt like.  
Have them do it again, and this time tell them to place their fingertips on their lips as they
make the sound.  Can they feel the vibration as they make the sound?
Read: Can You Hear It?  by Dr. William Lach.
This is a picture book with a CD accompaniment.  It
provides a rich listening experience while encouraging
young listeners to pay close attention to visual detail
shown in the book
Music & Movement:
Briefly discuss the last lesson's drawing activity, in which the
children drew swirls and patterns according to the mood of the
music.  Explain that there are lots of different types of music,
and music is intended to make us feel and "see" lots of
different things.  
Listening Center
Use headphones and recordings of
sounds or various types of music
for the children to explore.
Tone Bottles
Fill various sizes and shapes of glass bottles with
varied amounts of water.  Let children tap each bottle
to hear the differences in sound.  Which sounds are
high?  Low?  Which sounds are soft?  Loud?
Jingle Separation
Place jingle bells in dark-colored containers (so children
cannot see the bells.)  Make six containers and place one
bell in the first, two bells in the second, four bells in the
third, six bells in the fourth, nine bells in the fifth, and 12
bells in the sixth.  Let children attempt to place the
containers in order according to the loudness and
richness of the sounds.
Read: "Violet's Music" by Angela Johnson
Explain that the way music welled up in
Violet and cried out for expression is the
way praise wells up in us for God.  It is
natural for us to desire to make music
and praise the Lord.
Bible Song:  
"Hallelu, Hallelu"from
"Songs of
Praise"recording by the
Cedarmont Kids.
Optional Bible Verse Copywork

This is an optional copyworksheet where
children can copy the verse from Psalm
149:3 "Let them praise his name with
Musical Match-Up
This is a musical matching game.  Print
two of each page and let children play
memory with them.  Or print 4 of each
page and let chidren play Go Fish.
M is for Miracle
This is a Bible Coloring
Page of Jesus and the
miracle he preformed
with the fishes and bread.
Bible Verse Bracelets
Psalm 149:3a
"Let them praise his name
with dancing ."
Make Tambourines

Punch holes around the circumfrences of sturdy
disposable plates (use the colored plastic type.)  Provide
twist-ties and jingle bells for each hole.  Let children
attach the bells to their tambourines.  Provide shiny
decorations and let the children decorate their
creations with sparkles and glitter.
Field Trip
Visit a local orchestra or music
school or have an orchestral
musician come in to play for the
Handwriting Practice:  M is for Music
This is an optional handwriting worksheet for
children who are ready to practice tracing the letters
of the alphabet.  M is for Music and children can
color the letter M, and trace the words.  There is also
a picture of a choir making music for the Lord.
M is for Music Handwriting Page
M is for Maestro Handwriting Page
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