Your Favorite Storytime Books
Thanks to everyone who filled out our conference share survey after the conference! (And it's not too late to still fill it out--just click on the link!) We will be sharing all of your great tips in upcoming blog posts. This first post is all about your storytime book picks. Without further ado, here are some of your favorite storytime books (and a great story!):
Jazz Baby Where the Wild Things Are
My Little Sister Ate One Hare
Monkey and Me! by Emily Gravett
Where is the Green Sheep? by Mem Fox Giant Pop-Out Shapes: A Pop-Out Surprise Book
I'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean
Muncha, Muncha, Muncha! by Candace Fleming
Snowballs - Lois Ehlert Little White Duck - Whybrow Lucky Day - Kasza Dinosaur books - Yolen Pots and Pans - Hubbell (out of print, but still wonderful!) Pete the Cat - the original Suddenly - McNaughton Moo! - LaRochelle Knuffle Bunny - Willems Duck on a Bike by David Shannon.
Pete's a Pizza by William Steig Toot Toot Beep Beep by Emma Garcia Charlie the Chick by Nich Denchfield Moo! by David LaRochelle Jan Thomas books Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson
Gabriela's Song by Candace Fleming Do you Know Which Ones Will Grow by Susan A. Shea Yoo Hoo, Ladybug! by Mem Fox Say Hello by Rachel Isadora Little Roja Riding Hood by Susan Middleton Elya Today is Monday by Eric Carle Happy by Mies van Hout
Head to Toes by Eric Carle Kitten's First Full Moon
Big Scary Monster by Thomas Docherty Zoo Ah-choooo by Peter Mandel Astrid the Fly by Maria Jonsson
I loved what Jeniece shared in her part of the panel. It reminded me of a time when I was reading Julius by Angela Johnson, illustrated by Dav Pilkey. In it Julius gets into the kitchen and is covered with flour. The kids did not know what flour was. !!!!! So, the next time I brought in a tin of flour and sugar. We cut up apples into eights and the kids dipped one end into the flour, tasted it, and the other into the sugar. We talked about taste and the difference and other places these two white things are found. They LOVED it. This is STEM for preschoolers!