Stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp... This post is part two of my Playful Crafters series. This summer, I did a three-part-art for toddlers (15-24 months) program at the library. For this session, we did Bubble Stomp Painting! Supplies -Bubble Wrap Tubing (Uline) - I used tubing so I could make little "booties" for the kids to … Continue reading Playful Crafters: Bubble Stomp Painting
Playful Crafters: Song & Rhyme Boxes!
This summer we offered art programming for toddlers 15-24 months and their caregivers, something we haven't done here at the library before! I want to encourage you: do any crafting with toddlers (SO FUN) and please steal any of the crafts I have here to do at your library, house or school! Supplies 3x3x3 white boxes (from Uline) Jingle … Continue reading Playful Crafters: Song & Rhyme Boxes!
Get yo dance on, Tot!
This summer, two of the gals on the Early Literacy Team, Miss Sarah and Miss Kelsey (Library Bonanza) and myself did a series of toddler dance programs entitled Toe Tappin' Tots. They were every other week on Friday mornings for children aged birth to three and their caregivers. OH BOY DID WE DANCE. We also packed … Continue reading Get yo dance on, Tot!
The most fun ever had…
46 kids and their furry friends visited the library on Tuesday (October 1st) for our first ever Stuffed Animal Sleepover hosted by the fabulous Ms. Sarah. First we read stories and sang songs. Then we made sure all of our friends were warm and snuggly as we kissed them goodnight. But do you think they … Continue reading The most fun ever had…
Toddlers Drive-In Movie!
45 kids and caregivers came to the library today to create their dream car(dboard box)! First we read: Then the engineers began creating their cars... Time for the movie! (Don't let the pigeon drive the bus! by Mo Willems)
Libraries are important!
Welcome to the first post from the Little Literacy Librarian! This website is a work in progress but I wanted to share the link to the Pew Research Center's findings on Parents, Children, Libraries and Reading. "The ties between parents and libraries start with the importance parents attach to the role of reading in their … Continue reading Libraries are important!