Last weeks excellent blog tour Share a Story - Shape a Future ended the week with Technology and Reading. The Children's room has great technology resources including playaways, books on CD, packets with a book and CD, books on cassette, packets with a book and cassette and downloadable audiobooks available on the online catalogue. These audio items are great for relaxing around the house, listening to on a car ride or enjoying while taking a walk.
Today is the perfect day to find some rhythms and rhymes in your favorite poetry book. The month of April is a celebration of poetry. With so much varity, it is difficult to choose a favorite style. Haiku, sonnet, epic and limerick are only a few types of poems. The website Poem of Quotes defines...
51 different poetry forms.
Can you spot the difference between a Tanka and Haiku? Poetry can be so much fun for me and you!
Who knew I could rhyme? I just never took the time!
We talked about sheep in our final storytime today. Classic rhymes about sheep include Mary had a Little Lamb, Little Bo Peep and Baa, Baa Black Sheep. We rocked out to Mary Had a Little Lamb by Highly Highly Lost Tones from the CD Mother Goose Rocks. More sheep songs can be found at the library by hunting our catalogue.
On a wet, rainy morning a visit to the library is a great way to enjoy the day! Today in storytime we had fun talking about piggies and read a book about rain. Since it's Spring, we have an excellent reason to bring out our raincoats and rainboots. Now that the rain gear is out, dive into ...