preschool

Mice & Rats ~ Preschool Storytime

We read about mice and rats and all things nice (and not so nice).  There was a mouse who was lost in the woods and kept running into some scary […]

Snow ~ Sensory Storytime

“Autism is part of my child, it’s not everything he is. My child is so much more than a diagnosis.” ―S.L. Coelho, author Sensory Storytime is a fun, interactive, educational storytime […]

Construction: Preschool Storytime

In today’s storytime we read all about the machines and tools that construction workers use! Machines, trucks and tools are fascinating to children and there are a lot of great […]

Uni-Horns - Preschool Storytime

In storytime today, we started off by looking at pictures of a rhino, a narwhal, and a unicorn and seeing what they all have in common:   They all have […]

Dot Paint - Art & Play

Our “Art & Play” program for children ages 2-6 focuses on “process art”. With process art the fun is all in the doing, there are no rules;  it involves exploration and […]

Monkeys - Preschool Storytime

In last week’s Saturday storytime, we monkeyed around with stories all about these playful primates. Books We Shared Be Quiet, Mike! by Leslie Patricelli Since he was born, monkey Mike […]

Sheep - Preschool Storytime

In last week’s Saturday Preschool Storytime we sheared — eerrr I mean, SHARED, books about sheep! Books We Shared In Boo and Baa Have Company by Lena and Olof Landström, […]

Fall Leaves ~ Sensory Storytime

“Autism is part of my child, it’s not everything he is. My child is so much more than a diagnosis.” ―S.L. Coelho, author Sensory Storytime is a fun, interactive, educational storytime […]

Colors! ~ Sensory Storytime

“Autism is part of my child, it’s not everything he is. My child is so much more than a diagnosis.” ―S.L. Coelho, author Sensory Storytime is a fun, interactive, educational storytime […]

Into the Woods ~ Preschool Storytime

We snuck “into the woods” for our  preschool storytime on Saturday.  We read a story about two teddy bears who were “lost in the woods”, followed a group of children “into the woods” as […]