My Storytimes

STORYTIMES I’M CURRENTLY OFFERING:

Infant Storytime: For babies up to 12 months with a caregiver. 15 minutes of songs, books, rhymes, and props (shakers/scarves/parachute), followed by play time. As part of a Massachusetts CFCE grant, a fabulous educator attends every week to do sign language with us.

Storytime for One’s: For toddlers 12-24 months with a caregiver. 15-20 minutes of songs, books, rhymes, and props (shakers/scarves/parachute), followed by play time.

Outreach Storytimes: I’m currently visiting a couple schools once a month; the classes range from toddlers (15 months+) to preschoolers.

STORYTIMES I’VE DONE PREVIOUSLY:

Lap Tots: For babies from birth-23 months with their grownups. 15 minutes of songs, books, rhymes, and props (shakers/scarves/parachute), followed by play time.

Little Movers: For children 18-35 months and their grownups, this transitional program was for toddlers who were ready to move out of the baby program, but not quite ready to sit still for a more traditional storytime. 20 minutes of stories, rhymes, flannel boards and music followed by play time with toys and sensory activities.

Terrific 2’s and 3’s: For children ages 2-3 with their grownups. 20 minutes of stories, rhymes, flannel boards, and music followed by a craft.

Music and Movement: For children ages 3-5 with their grownups. 30 minute program with an emphasis on music and movement activities. It also included books, generally ones that can be sung or incorporate movement and props (shakers, scarves and rhythm sticks).

Pajamarama: For children ages 2-6 and their families. Kids wore their pjs (so cute!) for a 30 minute storytime with a craft.

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