There are so many books on ducks, it is an easy storytime!
There are a lot of good ideas out there for a cookie storytime so I had a hard time deciding what fingerplays and songs to use! The kids liked the feltboard a lot. I keep trying new ways to do Little Mouse!
It’s bathtime at the library! Not really but we did have lots a fun with bubbles, books, balloons and music!
Fall is the time for apples so we did this fun apple storytime with apple prints!
It was my birthday month so I decided to celebrate everyone’s birthday in storytime. We mixed it up a bit by playing party games instead of a craft.
It’s fall again so we had to celebrate it in storytime. Some themes that come around every year get a little old, but this one has so much to learn about trees and animals, I always find it lots of fun!
Time to go to the circus! I had done this theme for the K-2 group under our Summer Reading theme of “Showtime at the Library”, so it was pretty easy to adapt it to storytime. There aren’t an abundance of appropriate books, but we only needed three!
Bears are a great theme for the winter!
I don’t think I have ever done a summer session of storytime without doing the beach. There are a lot of fun books, and I couldn’t resist adding in Baby Shark. I know some people are getting tired of it, but the kids love it!
Summer means lots of insects. Kids may notice them outside when they are playing or inside their house. I always try to use the correct term “insects” since all bugs are insects but not all insects are bugs.