Is it a bunny or a duck? Children ages 3-4 were asked this question as they heard a flannel board story based on the book Duck!
Children ages 8-12 have been busy learning the basics of hand sewing in our Sew Special I program offered this month. In this 3-week series, each child is learning how to thread a needle, knot the thread, several stitches, and even sew on a button.
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Monsters were the theme for this week's 3-4 year old storytime. We stomped, snorted and sang like monsters, and read some great books about these creepy creatures! We ended by using our imagination to create one-of-a-kind monsters with play-doh, googly eyes and pipe cleaners!
Big & Little was the theme of today's storytime for 3-4 year olds. We read stories and sang songs about little animals and their big adventures, as well as some big characters today. At the end, everyone made an elephant with a silly nose!
We celebrated Valentine's Day at storytime this morning. Children ages 3-4 listened to stories and sang some fun songs about hearts, hugs, valentines and chocolate! At the end, everyone made a cute "Love Bug" hat to wear on this special day!
Children listened to some "cool" stories, sang some snow songs and built a snowman at our Stories and More for Threes & Fours storytime today.
Children ages 3-4 enjoyed a fun storytime full of planes, trains, trucks and automobiles this morning! We had lots of hands on fun and ended with some exciting parachute play.
Our Mother/Daughter Book Club met last night to discuss the book Smile by Raina Telgemeier. We had a great discussion about this book, enjoyed refreshments, and made a fun picture frame craft!