Better yet, just keep reading!
Today was the second program of Every Child a Reader in my branch library and all I have to say is Fun! Fun! Fun! See Jane have fun!
Sometimes I think I am "just so"
When I arrived at the library this morning I planned to create a coloring/cutting craft to complement "Little Cat, Little Cat, are you in this Party Hat?"
I started drawing and suddenly thought...hmm this
So...here's what their paper looked like. Kudos to a great copier. And bravo to the black backing I use on my flannel pieces. It gives them "depth" and "dimension" and "pop" (okay, I'll stop!), when you photo copy them. Yes! this is a photo copy!
Isn't this soooo CLEVER? We sat at the tables and first - we decorated brown paper bags - we needed something to bring our "parts" home safely. And then we cut out these paper parts that look just like my flannel board pieces! Magical!!
The guessing game was going on all over the tables! The smiles were all around the room. There was conversation on making Daddy guess later. They were
thrilled, overjoyed, excited, happy that they were taking the pieces home! This was so successful. And so easy.
Just in case the Little Cat/Party Hat guessing game is new to you...it's the same as Little Mouse, Little Mouse. Click here to see our version. Hide the mouse behind a house or hide a cat behind a hat and recite a little verse. We could play this all day long. I'm serious! Mostly because of the Pirate House! (in the mouse version below)
Today's program included the book Dog's Colorful Day and everyone got to place splots and spots on Dog. We sang "Do you know the ice cream man" while we rang our bells and
I pretended to be a rockstar we rocked it with Greg and Steve's ABC Rock. Oh yeah. It was a great day in story time. Maybe, possibly, could be ... that I've lost my marbles! But I'm good with that today!
P.S. (Piper Script): no comment!