Good Evening! We’re back with some great shares this week thanks to our members over at Storytimes And More on the Go, on Facebook. So kick back and enjoy these shares. If you would like to submit a share, simply email the item you would like to share to firstname.lastname@example.org, and then come back to see it shown.
Crafts & Activities
Penny shares with us this cute dog craft that’s perfect for Father’s Day.
Link Shared: http://spoonful.com/crafts/pup-pop
This octopus will pair well with any ocean themed storytime.
By BuggyAndBuddy: http://buggyandbuddy.com/fine-motor-octopus/
Animal Lids are perfect for toddlers and elementary aged kids. Sure to be a hit in any animal themed program.
By ToddlerApproved: http://www.toddlerapproved.com/2013/07/lid-animals-mom-and-tot-craft-time.html
As Frozen continues to be popular this craft would be great for elementary aged children.
Melanie shares with us her free coloring sheet! These are great for passive programs.
Storytimes, Outreach & Programs
Chantelle shares with us four (yes I said 4!) great programs from the Cockburn Library.
First up is C for Cat, bringing us some fuzzy cuteness that not many can resist. Make sure you check out the link to see what books were used, and to get instructions on how to make this adorable cat mask.
C is for Crocodile and S is for Snap in Storytime with Karen! Instructions for this adorable crocodile craft are included in the post, so don’t miss out.
This session of Pram Jam with David is about animals. It includes books read, and a nursery rhyme.
E is for Elephant! The Cockburn Library read Too Many Elephants in this House by Ursula Dubosarsky for National Simultaneous Storytime which happens in schools and libraries across Australia. They also did an elephant craft.
By Chantelle: http://www.cockburnlibraries.com.au/storytime-elephants/
Chantelle a huge thank you for submitting four shares this week!
Sue over at Library Village shares with us their top tips for Storytime success. Also a major congrats to Library Village for making it to their 100th post! Please take the time to like their page if you haven’t already.
Thank you to everyone who submits shares to make this page possible!
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