This week, Miss Theresa is reading a couple stories about spiders! These tiny critters might look a little scary, but they are our friends. Listen to the stories to find out why! Check out the super cute craft for this week! Aren’t these spiders darling?
This week, Miss Theresa is sharing a couple stories about hats! Hats are great for when you are having a “bad hair day,” when you just want to wear something fun, or if you need to keep your head warm. Do you have a hat you like the wear? Have you ever made a hat out of newspaper? This classic craft is fun and easy. Check out the tutorial in the link below. And if you need newspaper, we have…
Our story time this week focuses on celebrating spring. Ms Theresa talks about spring and how we can tell that it is spring. The books she is reading today are Spring is Here by Will Hillenbrand and The Thing About Spring by Daniel Kirk. For craft ideas related to spring, refer to the link from last week’s story time and/or come in to get a spring craft kit.
Miss Theresa is reading a couple spring-themed stories this week! There are so many cute ideas for crafts out there. We couldn’t pick just one! Instead we are sharing a link to 150+ Spring Craft Ideas. You’re sure to find something easy and adorable to make with your little ones. Click on the picture to go to the website!
Miss Theresa is reading some Easter stories this week. Listen to her two cute stories and then check out the craft below. We also have some information about Master’s Hand Spring Fling, which is taking place this Saturday. Toilet Paper Roll Bunny
This week, Miss Megan is reading two of her favorite books from her childhood. She is also sharing her slime recipe! This week, Miss Megan is reading two of her favorite books from her childhood. She is also sharing her slime recipe! Megan’s Safe and Sparkly Slime For a safe and sparkly alternative to Elmer’s traditional slime recipe, swap out the regular glue for clear glue and follow the recipe below: 1/2 Tbsp of baking soda 1 1⁄2 Tbsp of…
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We are back with another Dr. Seuss story time!
This week, we are reading two books that have been chosen as nominees for the 2020-2021 Nebraska Golden Sower Awards. Your child may be participating in the voting program for these books at school. This week, our craft is super easy! All you need is a paper plate, some supplies, for decorating, and your imagination. Check out the link for ideas to inspire you.
Tuesday, March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Many kids in school celebrate this day as Read Across America Day. This week, we are celebrating Dr. Seuss with a couple of our favorite whacky books. Miss Theresa’s favorite is the classic Green Eggs and Ham. Miss Megan’s favorite is Fox in Socks, a tongue twister! Check out the stories below and then check out the craft ideas. 22 Easy and Fun Dr. Seuss Crafts for Kids