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Sarah Prokop
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"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

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Imagination Station - Under the Sea
Imagination Station : Under the Sea (aimed at children ages 3-6) This program consisted of a short storytime followed by exploration of ocean themed stations.  Storytime 1. Book: Way Down Deep in the Blue Blue Sea by Jan Peck, illustrated by Valeria Petrone...
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Spring Books for Babies and Young Toddlers
Here are some of my favorite books for babies and toddlers that I've read this April storytime session! Ducks Ducks Quack by Rebecca Glaser This is an adorable nonfiction board book for babies with clear, bright, darling photographs of real ducks! It also h...
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Read & Play Baby: Valentine's Day!
This storytime is aimed at  0-24 months. At the beginning of each storytime I usually introduce some of our puppets. This gets children out of their shell a little. It also helps to calm any fears they may have about coming to storytime! I make sure every c...
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Sensory Playtime for Babies 0-2
I had a word document that I put together prior to my Sensory Playtime program and I just updated it to add some tips and links on where to buy some of the things I used. Sensory Playtime is a program for babies that consists of several stations that caregi...
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Read & Play Baby / Lapsit Storytime : Bathtime
This storytime is aimed at  0-24 months. At the beginning of each storytime I usually introduce some of our puppets. This gets children out of their shell a little. It also helps to calm any fears they may have about coming to storytime! I make sure every c...
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Gender Stereotypes & Picture Books: Why Should Librarians Care About This Issue?
   Children are bombarded with messages
filled with gender stereotypes and biases and children regularly learn to adopt
gender roles which are not always fair to both sexes. As children get older,
they are exposed to many factors which influence their attit...
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Tales for Twos and Threes - Self Esteem
This storytime spreads a really good message about the importance of self esteem and body positivity while promoting diversity and inclusivity -- a very timely topic.  1)   Introduction – This is the Way Our Hands Say Hello (to tune of the Mulberry Bush) Th...
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Tales for 2s and 3s - Monster Halloween Storytime & Craft!
I just started working at a new library where I will be leading a Read & Play Baby storytime and Tales for 2s and 3s! I am very excited about this. My first storytime for the 2 and 3 year olds was October 27th so I did a fun monster/Halloween themed storyti...
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Letter E Storytime
This is my storytime that I put together which introduces children to the letter D!  1. Book:   Lazy Dave by Jarvis This is SUCH a cute book that we recently got at work. A review on School Library Journal said that the phrasing is awkward but I completely ...
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Sarah's Guide to Lapsit
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storytime is aimed at 0-24 months. At the beginning of each storytime I
usually introduce some of our puppets. This gets children out of their shell a
little. It also helps to calm any fears they may have about coming to
storytime! I make sure every ch...
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