Story Time Lessons
In the Easter Egg Farm by Mary Jane Auch, chicken farmer Mrs. Pennyworth discovers that one of her hens, Pauline, doesn’t produce eggs of the usual variety. Pauline’s eggs reflect the patterns she sees in her environment, which makes her something of an Easter Chicken. Mrs.
Begin your Halloween countdown with a reading of Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. See our links below for the related video and some fun activities such as "The Little Witch" song and a batch of sensational witches' brew.
Preschool Finding Nemo and Dory crafts, activities, and games. Ever since Disney's Finding Nemo, children have been anxiously awaiting the sequel Finding Dory. The wait is over and Finding Dory is In theaters now.
Do you want to build a snowman? Make this simple Olaf craft with your children and create a winter wonderland play area.
I is for iguana and itch. Show children a picture of an iguana and let them discribe the animals. Show children the cover of the book and read the title to children. Count the iguanas together. Encourage children to share with you what they think the story is all about. Read the book about the nine little iguanas that are sitting in the hot sun on a small island.
Children love to help bake cookies. In this Twiggle Book children read about the the tools and steps that are needed to make cookies. Lily and Twiggi gather together the materials and ingredients they will need. Then, they mix, roll, cut, bake, and decorate until they have a delicious treat!
Young children will learn that eating healthy foods and exercise keep our bodies healthy and strong. Twiggi, Lily, and their friends are having fun in the sun, but Raccoon stays inside to eat his favorite foods (cake, hamburger, and fries) and doesn’t move from his place while watching TV.
A rabbit, a rooster, a raccoon, and a rat are working together. When a rabbit has trouble pulling a radish out from the ground, one by one his friends—big and small—come to his rescue. They pull and pull together until the radish pops out of the ground. Then they all celebrate their friendship by sharing and eating it.
Choo-Choo! All aboard! Meet Tina the Tiny Train. Children will have fun learning to tell time as a train picks up different objects whose names begin with the letter t, such as a tiger, a tulip, a trumpet, and a tomato. It's also a great book to introduce your children to the initial consonant blend /tr/ sound.
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