This beginner's guide to storytelling traces the developmental stages of very young children, illustrating how to present storytime for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers as well as in family settings to be most effective. Author Penny Peck will teach you the fundamentals of reading with the intent of capturing children's imaginations, showing you how to incorporate music, play, and hands-on activities into your routine. She offers expert advice on how to choose the best picture books and provides lists of books for addressing particular literacy needs. A perfect primer for those new to the task, this guide illustrates how to make this activity a favorite of children and provides tips for progressing in the role of storyteller, with ideas for engaging your audience and enhancing enjoyment. Beginning with the basics of performing a library storytime, each subsequent chapter builds on that knowledge, offering ways to infuse technology, special needs adaptations, and music into the story. The revised edition addresses such current topics as iPads, apps usage, online options, and dance programs.Be sure to publicize your crafts projects if you include them at the end of preschool storytime. ... Often this occurs with repetition, so allowing the child to make more than one picture, or cut out more than one stick puppet, can promote creativity and show the ... Glue sticks or paste can be easier for a preschooler to control than liquid glue, and they have an easier time putting a glue stick on the right place.
|Title||:||Crash Course in Storytime Fundamentals|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-01-26|