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Seasons Storytime


Storytime and other Library programs.

Let the wild rumpus start!

Seasons Storytime

Scott Bahlmann

Opening: Shake My Sillies Out – Raffi


Book: Home For a Bunny – Margaret Wise Brown


(This is an adorable book in both the story and the illustrations. Perfect for storytime.) 

Activity: Something In My Garden


(Really simple and fun, the kids love identifying the different animals from their noises.) 

There’s something in my garden, 
That I can’t really see. 
There’s something in my garden 
Now what can it be? 
TWEET – TWEET – TWEET, Hear its funny sound.
TWEET – TWEET – TWEET, A Bird is what I found! 

(continue with other animals. I pulled some from my critter bin: a bee, frog, mouse, rabbit.)

Book: Beach Day – Patricia Lakin


(This is slightly long for storytime, but still quite engaging. I like it!) 

Activity: Fall is Not Easy
adapted from the book by Marty Kelley


(The kids loved the different colors and patterns the tree produced, a big hit!)

Book: A Kitten Tale – Eric Rohman


(Really simple and sweet, with great illustrations and a repeating phrase the kids can join in on.) 

Activity: A Snowflake's On My Nose


(The kids had lots of fun with this, making suggestions of where else the snowflake could land.) 

A snowflake’s on my nose,
A snowflake’s on my nose,
Hi-ho, just watch me blow
The snowflake off my nose!
(continue with other body parts)


Book: Old Bear – Kevin Henkes


(Another great book, covering all of the seasons in vibrant illustrations.) 

Activity: Snowflakes on Parachute


(The kids always love to bounce things on the parachute, and we had the perfect size group for it today.)