The Storytime Sourcebook II: A Compendium of 3500+ New Ideas and Resources for Storytellers

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From new action rhymes and fingerplay ideas to creative crafts and songs that teach, this new resource belongs in every library that serves young children. Designed to work in tandem with Carolyn Cullum 's popular The Storytime Sourcebook, this new resource keeps the same thematic collection of programs but provides new books, songs, videos, activities, and more—virtually doubling your programming possibilities when you use both books together! You 'll discover new ideas for programs related to children 's ...

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Overview

From new action rhymes and fingerplay ideas to creative crafts and songs that teach, this new resource belongs in every library that serves young children. Designed to work in tandem with Carolyn Cullum 's popular The Storytime Sourcebook, this new resource keeps the same thematic collection of programs but provides new books, songs, videos, activities, and more—virtually doubling your programming possibilities when you use both books together! You 'll discover new ideas for programs related to children 's physical, emotional, and intellectual needs. Cullum focuses on the diverse themes that intrigue children and prepare them for their upcoming school experiences, such as the alphabet, body parts, animals, babysitters, bedtime, birthdays, boats, banners, the circus, locks, clothing, nature, fairy tales, food, friendship, kites, insects, safety, oceans, grandparents, glasses, and more. The Storytime Sourcebook II includes:
• 145+ thematic ideas for storytimes
• 2,222 recommendations for books to use in storytimes
• 685 video suggestions
• 296 crafts
• 149 songs
• 146 musical movement ideas A total of 3,790 possible programs make this a must-have resource. With both The Storytime Sourcebook and The Stortyime Sourcebook II, you can have infinite possibilities for making the most of your children's collection.

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School Library Journal

Updated from the 1997 edition, this attractive and user-friendly volume is a must-buy. Each of the 146 themed programs, designed for children ages two to eight, appears on two facing pages that include appropriate calendar tie-ins, videos, books, music, movements, crafts, activities, and songs. The book offers the resources to plan appealing programs and the indexes needed to locate the suggested materials. Cullum offers many more ideas for clever and entertaining programs than other sources for children's story sessions. She presents clear and simple directions for crafts and activities, quick and uncomplicated for librarians to prepare, and easy for children to follow. The crafts in most other guides require too much time and skill for most librarians who have no volunteer assistance. This sourcebook is an essential purchase for libraries serving this audience.
—Judy SokollCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781555705893
  • Publisher: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/30/2007
  • Pages: 489
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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