Preschool favorites 35 storytimes kids love için kapak resmi
Preschool favorites 35 storytimes kids love
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Chicago : American Library Association, 2007.
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xi, 227 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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E-Kitap 1382961-1001 LB1140.35 .S76 B747 2007 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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"Research on childhood cognitive development plainly shows that storytime programming for young children is arguably the most beneficial service a library can provide."
--Diane Briggs, from the Introduction

Comprehensive, easy to use, and overflowing with fresh ideas, Preschool Favorites has everything needed to create storytimes: just add the kids! Each of the 35 fun themes includes a wealth of book suggestions, fingerplays (the "glue" that holds storytime together!), short poems, flannelboard stories (complete with patterns), music suggestions (and discography), and very simple crafts. Pull together these storytime ingredients to

Plan and execute complete storytime programs inspired by the 35 comprehensive and inviting chapters Save time with the practical outlines, proven advice, and flannelboard patterns Keep children involved with a variety of different activities within the storytime Identify the most recent kid-friendly read-aloud books already in the collection

From pizza and penguins to mud and moose to hopping bunnies and kangaroos, this is a refreshing primer for making storytime special in every library that serves young children. With these kid-tested storytime themes, children's librarians and staff will have everything they need to be inspired and carry through the easy planning to create engaging programs for their young, preschooler audiences.

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This book presents suggestions and resources for a variety of themes, from "Animal Oddballs" to "A Woggle of Witches." Each session includes a variety of books and activities per topic, so tellers can pick and choose based on their own styles. Most of the books have been published in the past decade, but surefire classics also appear. Several fingerplays and folk rhymes per theme come with clear instructions for accompanying motions. Stretches and other activities appear in some but not all sessions. A useful discography provides sources for musical selections. Each theme also incorporates a flannel board poem, story, or song, with simple reproducible patterns and instructions on how to present them. Crafts are appropriately basic, with some room for child creativity in the process, though more craft-challenged librarians might have benefited from illustrations of the finished product. The role of storytimes in developing early-literacy skills and the potential for sharing information with parents are not addressed here, so this volume is more useful as a collection of ideas rather than as a full exploration of trends, research, and potential content. Still, the thematic groupings and quantity of ideas should be useful to beginners and some experienced presenters looking to freshen up their programs.-Steven Engelfried, Multnomah County Library, OR (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.