Butler, John. Can You Cuddle Like a Koala? Peachtree Publishers, 2003. Rhyming text describes how various animals move.
Carle, Eric. From Head to Toe. Harper Collins, 2007. Encourages children to exercise by following the movement of various animals.
Falwell, Cathryn. Scoot, Greenwillow Books, 2008. Six silent turtles sit still as stones on a log, as energetic movement by the other animals in the pond happens all around them.
Harter, Debbie. The Animal Boogie. Barefoot Books, 2008. In the jungle the animals' toes are twitchin', their bodies are wigglin', and their wings are flappin' - as they teach children how to do the Animal Boogie.
Hindley, Judy. Can You Move Like an Elephant? Baron's Educational Series. A brightly illustrated book that really gets children moving - and it all starts with "Can you do what an elephant does?"
Holsonback, Anita. Monkey See, Monkey Do: An Animal Exercise Book for You! Millbrook Press, 1997. Illustrated rhymes which describe aspects of animals are followed by descriptions of moves, based upon animal locomotion, which a young reader can perform.
McMullan, Kate. Rock-a-Baby Band. Little, Brown and Company, 2003. Ten babies sing, dance and use a variety of instruments to make music & move together. (CD included).
Marzollo, Jean. Pretend You're A Cat. Dial Books for Young Readers, 1990. Thirteen rhyming, rollicking verses urge young readers to stretch their minds along with their bodies, thinking and acting like fish, birds, chicks, cows, or any other creature they like.
Mitton, Tony. Dinosuarumpus! Scholastic, 2009. Various types of dinosaurs enjoy a romp.
Newcomb, Vita. Toddlerobics, Candlewick, 1966. A group of toddlers have fun as they stretch high, bend low, clap their hands, bump bottoms, and generally enjoy moving and grooving!
Walsh, Melanie. Do Donkeys Dance? Houghton Mifflin, 2002. Ask such questions as "Do hippos hop?" and "Can ladybugs stand on one leg?" and then find out which animals make each specific movement.