Weather Storybox

WEATHER

  1. If You Want to Hear a Story (from A Library Geek)
    (To the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”)
    “If you want to hear a story, clap your hands.
    If you want to hear a story, clap your hands.
    If you want to hear a story, if you want to hear a story, if you want to hear a story, clap your hands.”
    (Repeat with “zip your lips,” “sit so still,” etc.) (“Opening Songs”).
  2. What’s the Weather flannel (from Stortyime Katie)
    (To the tune of “Clementine”)
    “What’s the weather, what’s the weather,
    What’s the weather, everyone?
    Is it windy, is it cloudy,
    Is there rain, or is there sun?” (“Flannel Friday: Weather” 2012).
  3. Boom, Boom, Boom! by Jamie A. Swenson
  4. If All the Raindrops by Barney
    “If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops
    Oh what a rain that will be
    Standing outside with my mouth opened wideAh ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah
    If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops
    Oh what a rain that would beah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah

If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milkshakes
Oh what a snow that would be
Standing outside with my mouth opened wide ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah

If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milkshakes
Oh what a snow that will be

If all the sun beams were bubble gum and ice cream
Oh what a sun that will be ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah
Standing outside with my mouth opened wide

If all the sun beams were bubble gum and ice cream
Oh what a sun that will be” (“Barney – If All the Raindrops (SONG)” 2010).

  • Who Likes Rain? by Wong Herbert Yee
  • Boots by The Laurie Berkner Band
    “B-O-O-T-S boots!
    B-O-O-T-S black boots
    In my black boots, in my black boots
    I stomp around in my black boots
    In my boots (stomp, stomp)
    In my boots (stomp, stomp)
    I stomp around in my bootsB-O-O-T-S boots!
    B-O-O-T-S brown boots!
    In my brown boots, in my brown boots
    I stomp around in my brown boots
    In my boots (stomp, stomp)
    In my boots (stomp, stomp)
    I stomp around in my boots

 

B-O-O-T-S boots!
B-O-O-T-S frog boots!
In my frog boots, in my frog boots
I jump around in my frog boots
In my boots (ribbit ribbit!)
In my boots (ribbit ribbit!)
I jump around in my boots

B-O-O-T-S boots!
B-O-O-T-S dancing boots
In my dancing boots, in my dancing boots
I dance around in my dancing boots
In my boots, In my boots
I dance around in my boots!

B-O-O-T-S boots!
B-O-O-T-S rain boots
In my rain boots, in my rain boots
I splash around in my rain boots
In my boots (splish splash)
In my boots (splish splash)
I splash around in my boots.

Boots boots B-O-O-T-S!
Boots boots B-O-O-T-S!
Boots boots B-O-O-T-S boots!” (“boots” 2011).

  • When the Wind Blows by Linda Booth Sweeney
  • Whistling Wind song (from Child Fun)
    (To the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”)
    “If you hear the wind whistling, cup your ears.
    If you hear the wind whistling, cup your ears.
    If you hear it in the trees,
    Making music through the leaves,
    If you hear the wind whistling, cup your ears.If you feel the cold, cold wind, whirl around.
    If you feel the cold, cold wind, whirl around.
    If you feel it lift your hair
    Like a kite up in the air,
    If you feel the cold, cold wind, whirl around.” (“Weather Activities & Fun Ideas For Kids”)
  • Hello, Sun! by Dayle Ann Dodds
  • Sun (Traditional)
    “Oh Mister Sun, Sun,
    Mister Golden Sun,
    Please shine down on meOh Mister Sun, Sun,
    Mister Golden Sun,
    Hiding behind a tree…

 

These little children
Are asking you
To please come out
So we can play with you

Oh Mister Sun, Sun,
Mister Golden Sun,
Please shine down on me!

Oh Mister Sun, Sun,
Mister Golden Sun,
Please shine down on me

Oh Mister Sun, Sun,
Mister Golden Sun,
Hiding behind a tree…

These little children
Are asking you
To please come out
So we can play with you

Oh Mister Sun, Sun,
Mister Golden Sun,
Please shine down on…
Please shine down on…
Please shine down on me!” (Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs” 2016)

  • Rainbow Dancers scarf rhyme (from Stortytime ABCs)
    (To the tune of “Where, Oh, Where Is Sweet Little Susie?”)
    “Rainbow dancers let’s get ready
    Hold your scarves nice and steady.
    You’ll hear the colors of the rainbow.
    Listen for your time to go.Shake red…
    Shake orange…
    Shake yellow…
    Shake green…
    Shake blue…
    Shake purple…

 

Red scarves turn around,
Orange scarves up and down.
Yellow scarves reach up high,
Green scarves fly, fly, fly.
Blue scarves tickle your nose,
Purple scarves touch your toes.

Everybody dance around,
Swirl your scarves up and down.

Shake purple…
Shake blue…
Shake green…
Shake yellow…
Shake orange…
Shake red…

Rainbow dancers dance around,
Scarves swirl up and down.
Our colorful dance is at an end.
Thank you, thank you, all my friends.” (“Not a Flannel Friday: Rainbow Dancers!” 2012)

  • Goodbye, Goodbye song (by Kathleen Ingalls)
    (To the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle”)
    Goodbye, goodbye, time to go.
    I had lots of fun, you know.
    We’ll come back another day.
    We’ll come back to read and play.

 

RAIN AND RAINBOWS

  1. If You Want to Hear a Story song
  2. The Thingamabob by Il Sung Na
  3. The Itsy Bitsy Spider (Traditional)
    “The Isty Bitsy Spider went up the waterspout.
    Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
    Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
    And the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.”
  4. It’s Raining, It’s Pouring (Traditional)
    “It’s raining; it’s pouring.
    The old man is snoring.
    He bumped his head when he went to bed,
    And he couldn’t get up in the morning.
    It’s raining; it’s pouring.The old woman is snoring.
    She went to bed and bumped her head,
    And she couldn’t get up in the morning.
    It’s raining; it’s pouring.
    The children are snoring.
    They went to bed and bumped their heads,
    And they couldn’t get up in the morning.” (“It’s Raining, It’s Pouring | Nursery Rhymes | Popular Nursery Rhymes for Kids by HooplaKidz” 2011)
  5. Rainbow Stew flannel (from Storytime ABCs)
    (Sung to “Jimmy Crack Corn”)
    “Take an apple,
    Put it in a pot.
    Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
    Take it out now, and what will it be?
    The prettiest red you ever did see!Take an orange,
    Put it in a pot.
    Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
    Take it out now, and what will it be?
    The prettiest orange you ever did see!

Take a banana,
Put it in a pot.
Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
Take it out now, and what will it be?
The prettiest yellow you ever did see!

Take a pear,
Put it in a pot.
Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
Take it out now, and what will it be?
The prettiest green you ever did see!

Take some blueberries,
Put them in a pot.
Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
Take it out now, and what will it be?
The prettiest blue you ever did see!

Take some grapes,
Put them in a pot.
Stir it, stir it, stir it a lot.
Take it out now, and what will it be?
The prettiest purple you ever did see!” (“Flannel Friday: Magical Rainbow Stew” 2012)

  • Mushroom in the Rain by Mirra Ginsburg
  • Making It Rain action rhyme (from The Libraryann)
    “Today we are going to work together to make it rain!
    First we rub our fingers together. I think I hear the rain starting!
    Then we lightly clap our hands. It’s falling harder now.
    Lets rub our hands on our thighs. That’s a steady rainstorm.
    Now pat your thighs. It’s raining really hard now!
    Now stomp your feet, too! Oh, it’s so loud!” (“Take an Umbrella…Weather Storytime” 2014)
    (Then go backwards through the motions to make the storm stop)
  • The Deep, Deep Puddle by Jessie Parker
  • The Rain Is Falling Down action rhyme (from The King County Library System)
    (To the tune of “Farmer in the Dell”)
    “The rain is falling down, (flutter fingers down) SPLASH (clap once loudly)
    The rain is falling down, (flutter fingers down) SPLASH (clap once loudly)
    Pitter patter pitter patter (tap legs softly)
    The rain is falling down, (flutter fingers down) SPLASH (clap once loudly)” (“Rain Is Falling Down”)
  • Ruby’s Rainbow by Rosemary Wells
  • Rainbow Dancers scarf rhyme
  • STEM Rain experiment (from Laughing Kids Learn)

 

SNOW

  1. If You Want to Hear a Story song
  2. Snow Everywhere (from The Passionate Librarian)
    “Snow falls on my head. (wiggle fingers on head)
    Snow falls on my nose. (wiggle fingers on nose)
    Snow falls on my boots (wiggle fingers on shoes)
    But it doesn’t touch my toes! (stand and shake head)
    Snow falls on my hands. (wiggle fingers on top of each hand)
    Snow falls on my hair. (wiggly fingers stroke hair)
    Snow falls on my shoulders. (wiggle fingers on shoulders)
    Snow falls everywhere! (wiggle fingers all through the air!)” (“Two Snow Fingerplays”)
  3. Winter Is For Snow by Robert Neubecker
  4. Snow Is Falling (from The Passionate Librarian)
    “Snow is falling, falling down (wiggle fingers)
    Snow is falling to the ground
    Snowing, snowing (say slowly and softly while wiggling)
    Flurries, flurries (wiggle and say really fast)
    BLIZZARD! (say fast and loudly while frantically wiggling fingers!)” (“Two Snow Fingerplays”)
  5. Ladybug Girl and the Big Snow by David Soman
  6. Dance Like Snowflakes (from Preschool Education)
    (To the tune of “Frere Jacques”)
    “Dance like snowflakes,
    Dance like snowflakes
    In the air, in the air.
    Whirling, twirling snowflakes
    Whirling, twirling snowflakes
    Here and there, here and there.” (“Music & Songs : Seasons > Winter”)
    (I also sing “fall,” and “melt” like snowflakes as additional verses.)
  7. Who Is Made of Snow (from Preschool Education)
    (To the tune of ”Do Your Ears Hang Low”)
    “Who is made of snow
    When the temperature is low?
    Who stands outside
    When The ground is cold and white?
    Who starts to melt
    When the warm sunshine is felt?
    Who is made of snow?” (“Music & Songs : Seasons > Winter”)
  8. I’m a Friendly Snowman (from Preschool Education)
    (To the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)
    “I’m a friendly snowman big and fat.
    (stretch arms out to sides)
    Here is my tummy and here is my hat.
    (point to tummy, then top of head)
    I’m a happy fellow, here’s my nose.
    (smile, then point to nose)
    I’m all snow from my head to my toes.
    (point to head, then to toes)
    I have two bright eyes so I can see.
    (point to eyes)
    All the snow falling down on me.
    (flutter fingers downward)
    When the weather’s cold I’m strong and tall.
    (stand up all)
    But when it’s warm I get very small.
    (crouch down low)” (“Music & Songs : Seasons > Winter”)
  9. The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
  10. Build an Olaf flannel (from Highlights Along the Way)
  11. Winter Hokey Pokey (from The Kiboomers)
    “Come outside and let’s do the Winter Hokey Pokey!
    You put your right mitten in,
    You take your right mitten out.
    You put your right mitten in,
    And you shake it all about.
    You do the winter pokey (shiver)
    And you turn yourself around
    That’s what it’s all about!
    That’s what it’s all about!” (“Winter Hokey Pokey | Winter Songs for Kids | The Kiboomers” 2016)
    (Repeat with left mitten, right boot, left boot, winter hat, long scarf, and snowsuit)
  12. Goodbye, Goodbye song

CLOUDS

  1. If You Want to Hear a Story song
  2. Cloud Rhyme (from Preschool Express)
    “What’s fluffy white and floats up high,
    Like a pile of cotton in the sky?
    And when the wind blows hard and strong,
    What very gently floats along?
    What brings the rain, what brings the snow,
    That showers down on us below?
    When you look up high in the sky,
    What is that thing you see float by?” (“Cloud Songs and Rhymes”)
  3. Little Cloud by Eric Carle
  4. April Clouds fingerplay (from Songs for Teaching)
    “Two little clouds one April day,
    (Hold both hands in fists)
    West sailing across the sky.
    (Move fists from left to right)
    They went so fast that they bumped their heads,
    (Bump fists together)
    And both began to cry.
    (Point to eyes)
    The big round sun came out and said,
    (Make circle with arms)
    ‘Oh, never mind, my dears,
    I’ll send all my sunbeams down
    (Wiggle fingers down like rain)
    To dry your fallen tears.‘” (“April Clouds”)
  5. The Cloud Spinner by Michael Catchpool
  6. It Looked Like Spilt Milk flannel by Charles G. Shaw
    “Sometimes it looked like spilt milk, but it wasn’t spilt milk.
    Sometimes it looked like a rabbit, but it wasn’t a rabbit.
    Sometimes it looked like a bird, but it wasn’t a bird.
    Sometimes it looked like a tree, but it wasn’t a tree.
    Sometimes it looked like an ice cream cone, but it wasn’t an ice cream cone.
    Sometimes it looked like a flower, but it wasn’t a flower.
    Sometimes it looked like a pig, but it wasn’t a pig.
    Sometimes it looked like a birthday cake, but it wasn’t a birthday cake.
    Sometimes it looked like a sheep, but it wasn’t a sheep.
    Sometimes it looked like a Great Horned Owl, but it wasn’t a Great Horned Owl.
    Sometimes it looked like a mitten, but it wasn’t a mitten.
    Sometimes it looked like a squirrel, but it wasn’t a squirrel.
    Sometimes it looked like an angel, but it wasn’t an angel.
    Sometimes it looked like spilt milk, but it wasn’t spilt milk.
    It was just a cloud in the sky.” (Shaw 2014)
  7. I’m a Cloud (from Growing Book by Book)
    (To the tune of I’ve Been Working on the Railroad)
    “I’m a cumulus cloud.
    Puffy and floating through the sky
    Piling on top of other clouds is how I like to pass by.
    I can be white or gray depending on what is coming your way.
    I look like cauliflower in the sky, cauliflower in the sky, cauliflower floating through the sky.
    Cauliflower in the sky , cauliflower in the sky, watch me pass by.I’m a stratus cloud.
    Filling up the sky.
    Dark and gray are my colors for I have moisture inside.
    Will it be rain or snow? Only the temperature knows.
    Bringing rain or snow, bringing rain or snow, bringing rain or snow to you today.
    Bringing rain or snow, bringing rain or snow, bringing rain or snow your way.

I’m a cirrus cloud.
Thin and wispy in the sky
Way up high and floating right on by
I signal nice sunny weather.  So get outside to play.” (“Preschool Songs: I’m a Cloud” 2015)

  • Clouds are Floating (from Preschool Education)
    (To the tune of Frere Jacques)
    “Clouds are floating, clouds are floating,
    Up so high, up so high,
    Floating up above us, floating up above us,
    In the sky, in the sky.” (“Music & Songs : Weather”)
  • Cloudette by Tom Lichtenheld
  • Goodbye, Goodbye song

 

SEASONS

  1. If You Want to Hear a Story song
  2. Seasons (from Songs for Teaching)
    “Seasons turn like a big round ball
    Winter and spring, summer and fall.
    Seasons turn like a big round ring
    Summer and fall, winter, springFirst come green buds then comes grass
    Green leaves turn brown
    Fall comes fast
    Winter snows soon turn to rain
    Green buds spring out once again

Seasons come and seasons go
Watch the grass and flowers grow
Winter, spring, summer, fall
And everything’s growing throughout it all.” (Avni “Seasons”)

  • A Friend For All Seasons by Mei Matsuoka
  • We Skate on the Lake (from Storytime Secrets)
    “We skate on the lake
    We shovel the snow
    We warm up by the fire
    We drink hot cocoa
    In winter
    In winterWe hear the raindrops
    We stomp in the mud
    We water the plants
    We watch for the buds
    In spring
    In spring

 

We run on the beach
We melt in the heat
We eat ice cream cones
We wipe sand from our feet
In summer
In summer

We stir apple sauce
We watch the leaves fall
We jump in the leaves
We kick soccer balls
In fall
In fall” (“Four Seasons Preschool Story Time, 8/22/13” 2013)

  • Fall Is Not Easy flannel by Marty Kelley
    “Winter is easy. My branches are bare. (Snow)
    Then, snow starts to melt, and spring’s in the air!
    Springtime is easy. Green leaves start to grow. (Light green)
    Then, spring’s rains are followed by summer sun’s glow.
    Summer is easy. Just bask in the sun. (Dark green)
    Then, breezes blow cooler, and summer is done.
    Fall is not easy. It’s time for a change.
    Green leaves all turn colors, but mine all look strange.
    This isn’t right. (Rainbow)
    And that’s just all wrong. (Smiley face)
    My colors won’t go (Polka dot)
    Where I think they belong. (Candy cane)
    My leaves should be fire, (Hamburger)
    All brilliant and bright. (Zebra)
    And I try and I try, (Cow)
    But they won’t come out right. (Hearts)
    And just when my patience (Jack o’lantern)
    Begins to wear thin, (Fall leaves)
    My leaves all fall off (Ground leaves)
    And winter blows in. (Snow)” (Kelley, 2013)
  • Leaves Are Falling (from Childhood 101)
    (To the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”)
    “Leaves are falling (children stand, hold arms high and wiggle fingers like leaves falling from branches)
    Leaves are falling
    To the ground (crouch down to the ground)
    To the ground
    Look at all the colours (stand and swirl arms all around)
    Look at all the colours
    Red yellow brown
    Red yellow brown” (” 20 Seasonal Finger Plays & Action Songs: Spring and Autumn”)
  • The Thing About Spring by Daniel Kirk
  • There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog by Lucille Colandro
  • The Farmer Plants the Seeds (from Childhood 101)
    (To the tune of “The Farmer in the Dell”)
    “The farmer plants the seeds (pretend to plant seeds in the ground)
    The farmer plants the seeds
    Hey ho, the derry-o
    The farmer plants the seeds
    Additional verses:
    The rain begins to fall (wriggle fingers to represent falling rain)
    The sun begins to shine (make an arc with both arms to represent the sun rising)
    The plants begin to grow (crouch down and raise arms as you move to standing to represent plants growing)
    The buds all open up (place hands palm to palm and spread fingers wide)” (” 20 Seasonal Finger Plays & Action Songs: Spring and Autumn”)
  • Zoomer’s Summer Snowstorm by Ned Young
  • Goodbye, Goodbye song

 

WORKS CITED

“20 Seasonal Finger Plays & Action Songs: Spring and Autumn.” Childhood 101, childhood101.com/season-finger-plays-songs-spring-autumn/. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

“April Clouds.” Songs for Teaching, http://www.songsforteaching.com/fingerplays/aprilclouds.htm. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

Avni, Fran. “Seasons.” Songs for Teaching, http://www.songsforteaching.com/avni/seasons.htm. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

Barney. “Barney – If All the Raindrops (SONG).” Online video clip. Youtube. Youtube, 21 December 2010. Web. 17 September 2017.

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Catchpool, Michael, and Alison Jay. The cloud spinner. New York, NY, Alfred A. Knopf, 2015.

“Cloud Songs and Rhymes.” Preschool Express, http://www.preschoolexpress.com/music-station08/cloud-songs-rhymes-mar08.shtml. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

Colandro, Lucille, and Jared D. Lee. There was an old lady who swallowed a frog! New York, NY, Cartwheel Books, an imprint of Scholastic Inc., 2015.

Davis, Jacky, and David Soman. Ladybug Girl and the big snow: a story about looking on the bright side. New York, NY, Dial Books for Young Readers, 2013.

Dodds, Dayle Ann., and Sachiko Yoshikawa. Hello, Sun! New York, NY, Penguin, 2005.

“Flannel Friday: Magical Rainbow Stew.” Storytime ABCs, 3 Feb. 2012, librarystorytimeabcs.blogspot.com/2012/02/flannel-friday-magical-rainbow-stew.html. Accessed 16 Sept. 2017.

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HooplaKidz – Official Nursery Rhymes Channel. “It’s Raining, It’s Pouring | Nursery Rhymes | Popular Nursery Rhymes for Kids by HooplaKidz.” Online Video Clip. Youtube. Youtube, 5 May 2011. Web. 19 September 2017.

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Keats, Ezra Jack. The snowy day. New York, NY, Viking, a division of Penguin Young Readers Group, 2014.

Kelley, Marty. Fall is not easy. Johnson City, TN, National Geographic School Publishing, 2013.

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Kirk, Daniel, and Peter Berkrot. The thing about spring. New York, NY, Scholastic Inc., 2016.

Lichtenheld, Tom. Cloudette. New York, NY, Henry Holt and Company, LLC, 2016.

“Music & Songs : Seasons > Winter.” Preschool Education , www.preschooleducation.com/swinter.shtml. Accessed 16 Sept. 2017.

“Music & Songs : Weather.” Preschool Education, http://www.preschooleducation.com/sweather.shtml. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

Na, Il Sung. The thingamabob. London, Meadowside Childrens, 2011.

Neubecker, Robert. Winter is for snow. New York, NY, Scholastic, 2014.

“Not a Flannel Friday: Rainbow Dancers!” Storytime ABCs, 16 Mar. 2012, librarystorytimeabcs.blogspot.com/2012/03/not-flannel-friday-rainbow-dancers-and.html. Accessed 16 Sept. 2017.

“Olaf Printables – FREE Disney’s Frozen Olaf Printable.” Highlights Along the Way, 2 Oct. 2013, highlightsalongtheway.com/free-disneys-frozen-olaf-printables/. Accessed 17 Sept. 2017.

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Parker, Mary Jessie., and Deborah Zemke. The deep deep puddle. New York, NY, Dial Books for Young Readers, 2013.

“Preschool Songs: I’m a Cloud.” Growing Book By Book, 11 Mar. 2015, growingbookbybook.com/preschool-songs-im-a-cloud/. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

“Rain Cloud Science Experiment.” Laughing Kids Learn, 25 May 2015, laughingkidslearn.com/rain-cloud-science-experiment/. Accessed 18 Sept. 2017.

“Rain Is Falling Down.” King County Library System, kcls.org/content/rain-is-falling-down/. Accessed 17 Sept. 2017.

Shaw, Charles Green. It looked like spilt milk. New York, NY, HarperFestival, 2014.

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Sweeney, Linda Booth/ Christy, Jana (ILT). When the Wind Blows. New York, NY, Penguin Group USA, 2015.

Swenson, Jamie, et al. Boom! boom! boom! New York, NY, Scholastic, 2015.

“Take an Umbrella…Weather Storytime.” The Libraryann, 2 Nov. 2014, thelibraryann.wordpress.com/tag/toddlers-theme/. Accessed 16 Sept. 2017.

“Two Snow Fingerplays.” The Passionate Librarian & “and it was…Just Right” Educational Consultants, babetter.wordpress.com/rhymes-fingerplays/new-two-snow-fingerplays/. Accessed 19 Sept. 2017.

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Wells, Rosemary. Ruby’s Rainbow. New York, NY, Grosset & Dunlap, 2012.

Yee, Wong Herbert. Who likes rain? Chicago, IL, Wright Group / McGraw-Hill, 2011.

Young, Ned. Zoomer’s Summer Snowstorm. New York, NY, HarperCollins, 2011.

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