Welcome everyone to our Saturday Share! I’m glad that we are able to continue with the shares and I appreciate everyone that took time to share this week. Thank you all so very much, and to those of you visiting I hope you enjoy this week’s shares.
Lucianne shared Dr. Seuss’s The Sneetches and Yertle the Turtle, that she made.
Penny shared this St. Patrick’s Day craft from: http://www.tutusteaparties.com/2014/02/Pot-of-Gold-Paper-Plate-Craft.html
She said, “I thought it would be a great craft for the upcoming holiday and thought that it could be easily customized
I found this Pete The Cat bag craft which was too cute not to share. This craft will pair perfectly with any Pete The Cat Book. I found the craft here: http://www.pre-kpages.com/alliteration-with-pete-the-cat/
Melanie Hope Greenberg is sharing her FREE monthly coloring sheet. Make sure you check back for other free coloring sheets.
Jennifer Wharton shares the latest project in the Mad Scientist Club. This project would work great with this Summer Reading’s theme.
Jennifer also shares a list of stories with science in them.
Storytime & Outreach Shares
This blog post by Karen Joshi shares how her four Storytime programs, one in-house and three outreach, went during her community’s ScreenBreak week. Books, songs, and crafts used are included.
View it here: http://intentionalstorytime.wordpress.com/storytime/art/
Chantelle McLeod shared two blog posts from the Cockburn Libraries blog. First, Storytime with Jessica, which shares their Colour Storytime including books used, and an experiment!
Second, Storytime with Karen, shares a bear themed Storytime including books, songs and a bear craft.
Robin Rockman did a Moose themed Storytime for her Preschool groups this week. She says, “This went well with my first group, but it was a HUGE hit with my second group. Before we started, I wore my moose ears and the kids loved it and thought it was so funny!” She put up the letters MOOSE on the flannel board to make the connection.
The books she read include: Moose Tracks by Karma Wilson, Looking for a Moose by Phyllis Root, and Duck, Duck, Moose by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen. She added “With Duck, Duck, Moose, I really emphasized the MOOSE with a loud MOOOOOOOOSE.”
The craft included the moose ears as you see her pictured in. Robin said, “The parents primarily had to make it, but the kids had a lot of fun with them after. They would go “MOOOOOSE!” to each other and ask their mom’s to take a picture. They looked so cute and really enjoyed their moose ears!”
Other songs and flannel activities all related to moose, were included but the highlight was definitely the ears.
Jennifer Wharton shares her Preschool Interactive: Ducks! Storytime blog post; includes books, songs, and activities done during the program.
Anne Bridget McKernan shares her I Can Read! Storytime program that she did during Read Across America and Read Aloud week. This blog post displays the books, songs and activities done during the program.
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