Activity sheet

Sally and the Some-Thing
By George O’Connor
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Porcupine Named Fluffy by Helen Lester
Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann
He Came with the Couch by David Slonim
Little Quack’s New Friend by Lauren Thompson
One Dark Night by Lisa Wheeler
Leonardo the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems
“The More We Get Together”
“Let’s Be Friends” (The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Fingerplays and Chants
by Jackie Silberg & Pam Schiller ISBN: 0-87659-267-1 p.236)
“Friend of Mine” (Sung to the tune of Mary Had A Little Lamb)
Will you be a friend of mine,
Friend of mine, friend of mine?
Will you be a friend of mine
and (choose an action) around with me?
You cannot give a smile away
No matter what you do.
Every time you give me one
I’ll give it back to you!
Friendship Wreath – Trace the hands of the children onto colorful paper; write their name on their
handprint; cut them out; arrange them in a circle; glue the hands together.
Finger Puppet Friend – Cut the fingers off of a work glove (one pair of gloves will give you ten
potential puppets!) Use markers and googly eyes to make your basic friend and then embellish
them with fake fur, pipe cleaners, feathers, etc.
Who’s Missing? – Have the children sit in a circle and close their eyes. Select one child from the
group to step outside the room. The remaining children are left to figure out who is not there.
Created by William Stuck, St. Joseph Public Library,