Tree Motor Skill Craft #TBCCrafters

In one of my Facebook groups, a discussion was started after this article, Losing our grip: More students entering school without fine motor skills, was shared. After chatting with some fellow librarians, an idea I have been procrastinating on to allow for the introduction of activities during storytime which would encourage the building of fine motor skill. After cruising Pinterest, an idea began…

Counting Chickens with #TBCCrafters

One of my favorite themes to share at the library is anything farm. It may surprise you to know that I am a bit of a ham when it comes to making animal sounds and there are a whole heap of them to be made down on the farm. While the library (and me) are talking a bit of a…

On the Go with #TBCCrafters

Say it Rah-shay By Oct 09, 2014 1 Comment

Storytime was all abut things that go and I wanted to do something to use the scores of plastic caps people have donated to the library to create an easy to make vehicle craft! This was the result:   To create the cars we used these materials: Not pictured, a screwdriver which is ADULT USE ONLY! These materials are things…

Fall For Easy Preschool Autumn Crafts with #TBCCrafters

Picture books can inspire easy fall crafts to share with your preschooler.

There’s Something Fishy with #TBCCrafters

This year’s theme for Summer Reading at my library is Fizz, Boom, Read and we have been doing lots of science themed activities. Today for storytime we went under and read books about fish. Books read: Shark in the Park! Bored! Bored! Bored! Hooray for Fish! I’m The Biggest Thing in the Ocean! We sang Baby Shark (we stop at hungry…

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