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Baby Storytime and Hello Bubbles Video


It snowed here yesterday, which hardly ever happens (like the hurricanes in Hartford, Hereford and Hampshire) which may have been why our baby storytimes were a bit smaller than normal. That and the fact that everyone seems to be sick this month! That’s no way to start off the new year. It was actually quite nice with the smaller group. 25 babies is just too many. 15 is perfect!

Click on any linked rhyme or song below to see the lyrics.


Hello Bubbles (see video below)

Penny Pointers (see a video here)

Zoom Zoom Zoom by Kathy Reid-Naiman

These are Baby’s Fingers

Rock the Baby

Icky Bicky Soda Cracker

Book: A Kiss Like This by Mary Murphy (yes! a new book by Murphy! If you love I Kissed the Baby, you’ll love this one)

Giddyap, Giddyap

Stand Up Rhymes:

Andy Pandy

Let’s Go Riding in an Elevator

Merry Go Round

Book: Wee Willie Winkie by Annie Kubler

Parent Message: We’ll be sharing this same rhyme book each Monday this month. Repetition is so important-the more we say the rhyme, the more your babies will learn from it. Works for adults, too!



Roly Poly

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Goodbye Bubbles

Splish Splash by Bobby Darin


Got permission from the mom in this video to use it so here we go! Nicole, this is for you. Cuz if you ask me one more time how this song goes… ❤

Hello Bubbles Video


Author: Kendra

Children's Librarian in the Northwest. Lover of toddlers, twitter, and TV (T's, too, apparently!).

11 thoughts on “Baby Storytime and Hello Bubbles Video

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  2. I love your Hello Bubbles song! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Love Hello Bubbles Song! Will use during baby storytime! Also love bubble blower; where could I find one like that?

  4. Kendra, What is the bubble blower you are using?
    Keba Ballard
    Tulsa City County Library

  5. Pingback: Baths and Bubbles Babytime | Time for Storytime

  6. Thank you for sharing!

  7. Pingback: Hippos And Elephants Babytime | Time for Storytime

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