Today's storytime was all about the wonderful world of bugs! Children ages 3-4 listened to stories and sang songs about the creepy and the crawly, the slimy and the shiny, and the bright and beautiful bugs we find in our own backyard! We ended storytime with a bumblebee craft that used our hand
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Children ages 3-4 used their imaginations and pretended they were all different characters at our Imagination storytime this morning! We read some great stories that promoted creative thinking, including, It's a Tiger, Andrew Drew and Drew, Not a Box, and It Looked like Spilt Milk
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Pitter, Patter, Drip, Drop, Splish, Splash, Sploosh! Children ages 3-4 participated in some rain dances and pretend puddle jumping at our Rainy Day storytime today. We read stories about rainy days and made some music with rhythm sticks and egg shakers throughout our program!
Children learned that flowers and vegetables can grow up, down or all around at our gardening storytime today. Children ages 3-4 listened to stories about flowers, vegetable gardens, and the worms who play an important role in the process! We also created a pop-up flower craft after our stories
Mother Goose was on the loose at the library today! Children ages 3-4 listened to classic nursery rhyme stories, as well as a few with a new twist. When the stories were over, we danced and played musical instruments to some classic nursery rhyme songs.
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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