Toddler Storytime: Fish

I work with two other fabulous children’s librarians and each month we each take a turn doing one of our three weekly programs: Preschool Storytime, Toddler Storytime, and H-Club, our homeschool program for school age children. This month, I’m covering Toddler Storytime. We started with books about fish!

We read…

 

 

 

 

Hooray for Fish! by Lucy Cousins
Rain Fish by Lois Ehlert

We sang…
Well, Hello Everybody
We Wave Our Scarves Together
There are Scarves in the Air

We wiggled…
Popcorn Kernels
Open, Shut Them

We played…

We borrowed Little Mouse’s houses and played with Little Shark instead!

We made…

http://sarahmeredithclassroom.blogspot.com/2013/10/here-at-our-school-fish-bulletin-board.html

We used crayons instead of paint because our craft time usually goes pretty quickly and I hate making grown-ups leave with their arms full of kids and wet paint!

Our literacy tip…

Using scissors is a great way to strengthen the muscles that will help your child learn to write. Even if they can’t cut perfectly yet, it’s still good practice.

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