Rhyme and Storytime


Rhyme and Storytime

Since you can’t come to Harrow United Church for our weekly Rhyme & Storytime, we’re bringing it to you.

Download a song sheet to sing along:  Song Sheet

Click below to watch the videos on YouTube: 

Circle Time Songs

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

5 Little Monkeys

Until we see you again, please watch our Facebook page Friday mornings for new songs and stories. And check our videos on YouTube.


We look forward to seeing you again at Rhyme & Storytime.

What is Rhyme and Storytime?

Rhyme and Storytime is a free drop-in program for children up to 5 years of age. Children must be accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or caregiver, who also participate in the program. The program runs every Friday from 9:30 to 11:30.

Schedule:

 9:30 until 10:30- Free play: there are play stations in the gym (for large motor skills) and in the lower level (crafts, play-doh, storybooks, toys …)

10:30 – Circle time:   includes rhymes, songs, and the colour of the month and the letter of the day

Followed by Snack: Snack is usually related to the colour of the month and the letter of the week – we eat our way through the alphabet! 

What to expect when you arrive:

You will find a small registration table near the entrance.  Please check in and mark your attendance – we receive some funding through the Fort Rouge River Heights Parent Child Coalition(families-forward.com) so reporting on numbers of participants is important.

The first time you come to Rhyme and Storytime, you will be asked to complete a simple information form and receive a bag with a free book and copies of the rhymes and songs used in circle time.

Who can attend:

Rhyme and Storytime is open to any preschool child and an accompanying adult. 

Click here to download song sheet

The Harrow United Church community is about sharing and caring. We know that all care-givers, perhaps especially new parents, can benefit from a caring community. That is what you will find at Rhyme & Storytime. This is a free, fun program for young people who are accompanied by a Parent, Grandparent or a Caregiver.  Come out and join the fun.