Pram Jams with Jessica – Christmas

Christmas!

I love Christmas time. I love putting up the tree and seeing the lights around my neighbourhood. I love planning Christmas lunch for my family and wrapping Christmas presents.

I also love a Christmas carol or seventy. So today’s blog is all about Christmas…

Shapes
Cover Image for Ten Little Elves

Ten Little Elves
by Mike Brownlow & Simon Rickerty

A counting book full or rhyming and fun with elves.

Cover Image for That's Not My Snowman

That’s Not My Snowman
by Fiona Watt

A lovely Christmas-themed touch-and-feel book which is great for sensory development.

Cover Image for Follow Me Santa

Follow Me Santa
by Steve Wood

A book full of finger mazes for hand-eye coordination development and fun.

Cover Image for The game of shapes

My First Book of Christmas Carols
by Wendy Straw

Delightfully illustrated book of Christmas carols with a bonus CD so you can listen as well.

If that’s just not enough, because who can ever get enough Christmas books, we have an abundance of Christmas themed books at Cockburn Libraries.

I mentioned how much I love Christmas carols…didn’t I?

So we’re going to end with some lovely Christmas carols you can have fun with at home. The first ones are videos to enjoy and then some ones you can sing together.

We wish you a merry Christmas

We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas
And a happy new year

Good tidings we bring to you and your kin
We wish you a merry Christmas
And a happy new year

We all want some figgy pudding
We all want some figgy pudding
We all want some figgy pudding
So bring some right here!

Good tidings we bring to you and your kin
We wish you a merry Christmas
And a happy new year

One little, two little three little Reindeer

One little, two little,
three little reindeer
Four little, five little,
six little reindeer
Seven little, eight little,
nine little reindeer
Pulling Santa’s Sleigh

The Chimney
A hand play

Here is the chimney
(make a fist)
Here is the top
(place other hand over fist)
Open the lid…
(remove other hand)
Out Santa will Pop!
(pop up thumb)