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Look And See Storytime

Storytime

Look And See Storytime

Scott Bahlmann

Opening: Shake My Sillies Out – Raffi

 

Book: Duck! Rabbit! – Amy Krouss Rosenthal

 
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(This was a great book to do with a partner ...though I've used it myself before. Fun concept and we let the kids vote about what the thought the picture was at the end.)


Activity: Why the Frog Has Big Eyes
from the book by Betsy Franco
(See the full version here)

 
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(A fun visual element for this story, the animals can look around and blink!)


Book: I Spy With My Little Eye – Edward Gibbs

 
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(Awesome big bright illustrations, and a guessing game make this great for storytime.)


Activity: Matching Game

 

 (We passed out colored shapes, and then had the kids hold up the match to whatever we called out. A great way to engage them and get some wiggles out.)


Book: In the Foggy Foggy Forest - Nick Sharrett

 
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(A great predictive story, the kids are suprisingly adept and recognising the silhouettes!)


Activity: Shark in the Park -
From the book by Nick Sharratt
(See the full version here)

 
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(This was a fantastic fun element to include. We projected the story, and had the kids stand up and look through their hand 'telescopes' with us.)


Book: Little Quacks Hide and Seek - Lauren Thompson

 
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(We added a duck puppet to play mother duck with this book, another hit!)

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Activity: Tube Telescopes

 
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(Then the kids got to decorate their Safari Telescopes with toilet paper tubes, markers, and foam stickers.)