- Program Goals
- Pass on early literacy message and encourage families to continue early literacy at home
- Encourage circulation and storytime attendance
- Reach families who are unable to attend storytime
- Notes for the future
- Last used Summer 2015
Theme: Down on the farm
Use the five early literacy practices; talking, singing, reading, playing and writing with these books and projects!
TALK about farm animals. What kind of animals live on the farm? What do they do on a farm? What food do we get from farm animals?
Get ready to WRITE by putting together and decorating your twirling ladybugs (directions below)
SING a farm song, like Down on Grandpa's Farm or Old MacDonald Had a Farm together.
PLAY with your twirling ladybugs! For more detailed instructions, check out Make and Takes www.makeandtakes.com/twirling-paper-ladybugs
Fold your four ladybugs in half vertically. Glue or tape the sides together with the string down the middle to make a four-dimensional ladybug. Decorate and hang up in the wind to watch it twirl!
- I spy on the farm by Edward Gibbs
- What the ladybug heard by Julia Donaldson
- It's milking time by Phyllis Alsdurf
- Ping pong pig by Caroline Church
Jennifer Wharton, Youth Services Librarian
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