This is week 2 of bugs, as promised last week! I've been thinking more about storytime flow, and trying to use traditional songs, which I think works well. I've got another epic flannel story courtesy of my coworker, and had a really fun book selection too! This was the first time I used an easy … Continue reading Storytime Thursday: Slow Snail and Speedy Spider
So much fun planning this one, I had to split it into 2 storytimes! I didn't want to go the traditional Very Hungry Caterpilar Route, so we did some fun different stuff. I actually made my own flannel this week, and it was a pretty good little counting story (Five Little Ants). One piece of … Continue reading Storytime Thursday: Bugs!
Even though I forgot the bubblewrap for our craft, everything turned out pretty cute, as you can see below. I'm also super proud that I turned The Rain Puddle into a string story. If I get my act together, I'll try to post a video of it! Boom! Boom! worked excellently when rapped and was so good at … Continue reading Storytime Thursday: Rain!
So I'm behind on the blog, but we did a great spring cleaning Crafturday a couple weekends back I booktalked UnF*** Your Habitat, and we discussed cleaning and organizing strategies as we made these inspirational aromatherapy candles. Everyone had a blast, but I'd find a way to add another craft because this program ran short. … Continue reading More Milennial Programs
So I'm prepping for my TEXES test (nervous) that I have to take before the end of the month (like the week after next). Not excited, and feeling pretty behind in getting my Practicum wrapped up. I made this little study set since I was having trouble remembering all the awards https://quizlet.com/_2bwmds https://quizlet.com/140930128/flashcards/embed
Today was a down week for me, because I was so excited about having higher attendance than usual, but the families decided not to come in for storytime. I have also really enjoyed doing a monthly theme for March (in the garden) to tie together letter learning and STEM. Today's letter was G for green … Continue reading Storytime Thursday: Green and Growing