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Using Movement in Story Telling
Using Movement in Story Telling: On Beyond Fingerplays and Felt Boards! Presented by Sharon Hawkes, Director of the Lenox Library.
Interested in adding technology into your storytimes? Check out our guide below.
This Storytime Recharged Guide is based on a program presented by April Mazza, MLS Consultant, and is designed to help you get inspired and recharge your storytime. The best way to get inspired is to learn what others are doing so please submit your own ideas!
Three Tips for Recharging Storytime!
- Evaluate your program and set goals
- Don't be afraid to get rid of what you don't like
- What can you change to make storytime better?
- Try something new
Guerrilla Storytime Compilations
Guerrilla Storytime is when a group of youth services librarians get together and share storytime ideas, successes and challenges. The group can post their own questions or use those from the Guerrilla Storytime site to spark conversation. Here are the results of Guerrilla Storytime held in conjunction with Storytime Recharged.
Storytime Selections: Food Edition