After reading "Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug" by Jonathan Stutzman,  everyone got to make baby T-Rex Finger puppets!  Kids can color their dinosaur however they want, then put their fingers through the holes, and practice giving T-Rex hugs!! You can download a copy HERE for FREE.  For my storytime, I printed these on... Continue Reading →

"Ah numbers--the letters of math."  Numbers are integral to any kids development, so a number storytime is a no-brainer.  Personally when planning stories and rhymes, I usually stick to the Number 5 as the largest number we talk about.  Little kiddos can usually understand the concept of small numbers, but anything past the Number 5... Continue Reading →

A lot of these ideas could also work for a Percy Jackson party!!  For us, we decided not to call it that so we could also focus on telling the stories too. The idea behind this program was to replicate the success of our Dr. Seuss Birthday Party and have an event that was half stories and... Continue Reading →

Kids love trucks.  Shocking right??  In other breaking news, the sky is blue and pie is delicious.  So when I do storytime, I usually devote at least one week a semester to the subject of transportation, because of the high interest and the huge amount of great material out there. My storytime has a wide age... Continue Reading →

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