Storytimes

Letter “Q” Storytime

This lesson is a part of my ABC Storytimes series. Books Books to Read Aloud Quiet, Loud by Leslie Patricelli Reading for Early Literacy Tips There are plenty of opportunity to ask children to mimic actions from the story: stomp like you are in grown-up shoes, say “clash, bang” with the drums, etc.  One very fun activity… Continue reading Letter “Q” Storytime

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Letter “O” Storytime

This storytime is a part of my ABC Storytimes series. Books to Read Aloud Oopsie-Do by Tim Kubart Reading for Early Literacy Tips This book asks the question “What do you say?” for the reader. Encourage children to answer with “Oopsie-do.” When the main character stumbles and falls, point out her red cheeks and tears and ask,… Continue reading Letter “O” Storytime

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Opposites Storytime

For toddler storytime, I think it is very important to cover large concepts such as Colors, counting, and opposites. These help add important vocabulary into a child's repertoir. Books We Love You Rosie! By Cynthia Rylant Marta Big & Small by Jen Arena Big Bear, Small Mouse by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman The Opposites Zoo by Il Sung Na… Continue reading Opposites Storytime