Welcome everyone to our Saturday Share! This has been a very busy week for our group with all the new members that have been added, so our share isn’t quite as big this week. For anyone visiting if you would like to submit a share, simply email me your share, along with your name & a few words about it to email@example.com. Thank you all so very much!
Lucianne Pastorello-Espino shared multiple crafts she made during her programs. Lucianne your hard work of putting all these crafts together, and sharing is much appreciated!
Take a look at this Egyptian art project that includes a craft, and related book that we found online at:
This Crown of Grass works perfect for any Spring themed Storytime and is sure to be a hit with the younger crowd.
Check the blog out here: http://creativeconnectionsforkids.com/2013/07/a-crown-of-grass/
Storytimes and Outreach Programs
Anne over at IstyBitsyMom shared her very cute Storytime program.
View it here: http://itsybitsymom.wordpress.com/2014/03/26/chicks-and-ducks-and-bunnies-oh-my/
Marge Loch-Wouters shared her most recently blog that she says “talks about tips on convincing reluctant co-workers, director or patrons that taking a break from storytimes really is good!” If you are unsure if you should take a break or not this is a really good resource to use!
View it here: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#label/Saturday+Shares/145030665e8ad791
This section is new to our blog! For anyone who ever has a book they loved, send the title in & it’ll be displayed here for everyone to check it out.
I recommend How To Wash A Woolly Mammoth by Michelle Robinson. I used it in my Storytime this week and both parents and children laughed as we read it. A great addition to any animal themed Storytime.
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