Virtual Story Time
We have a weekly interactive Zoom story time that will at least run through Tuesday, March 30. (At that time, we’ll decide whether or not we should continue.) All are welcome to attend, though the stories will be geared towards toddlers – 2nd graders.
Contact Lorraine Santaliz at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to receive the Zoom links. These will be available every Thursday (i.e. 01/14/21) for the following Tuesday's story time.
At that time, we’ll also post a link to the weekly craft with instructions and/or a template. We can’t offer supplies for the story times due to budget cuts caused by the Covid pandemic. Here are some of the items you might need for crafts: colored construction paper, blunt-tip scissors, glue sticks, a ruler, white basket coffee filters, toilet paper rolls, cotton balls, paper plates, yarn, stickers, and anything else to add finishing touches to your child's art work.
Find links to past story times listed below with our other events (by date).
We want to keep the wonderful world of songs and stories open to our patrons, and we look forward to seeing past story-timers as well as new ones!
07/03/20 Story Time
Books: Once Upon a Goat & The Princess and the Pea
07/14/20 Story Time
Books: The World Needs More Purple People, Vroom!, and Night Knight
07/28/20 Story Time
Book: How Do You Feed a Hungry Giant?
07/30/20 Story Time, Part 1 of 2
Book: Puss-In-Boots (Part 1)
07/30/20 Story Time, Part 2 of 2
Books: Puss-In-Boots (Part 2); Humpty Dumpty; Come Back, Kittens
08/13/20 Story Time
Books: The Frog Prince, The Bravest Fish, The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School
08/25/20 Story Time
Books: The Three Little Rigs, That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown, Secret Pizza Party
08/27/20 Super Science & Amazing Art
Miss Cathy Seachrist Presents: Imagination Station, Part 2
10/28/20 Halloween Story Time
Books: How to Build a Haunted House by Frank Tupta; Witches Four by Marc Brown; The Spooky Smells of Halloween by Mary Man-Kong
Books: Afraid of the Dark? By Treesha Runnells; Halloween Night by Marjorie Dennis Murray; On a Windy Day by Nancy Raines Day; The Kiss That Missed by David Melling
Our Teen Advisory Board recorded a Winter Story Time for our younger patrons to enjoy!
Books: Ms. Lorraine Santaliz reads Little Unicorn’s Christmas by Rhiannon Fielding; Daylin Ryer reads The Elf on the Shelf by Chanda A. Aebersold and Carol V.; Bell; Alexis Quach reads The Elves’ Night Before Christmas by Holly Kowitt and David Manis; Rachel Ganser reads Santa’s Noisy Night by Julie Sykes; Yasier Herrera reads Five More Sleeps ‘Til Christmas by Jimmy Fallon; Neiv Sinha reads The Elves and the Shoemaker by the Brothers Grimm; Ms. Lorraine Santaliz reads Good Morning Zoom by Lindsay Rechler.
At-Home Activities for Kids
Many of these activities include pages for you to print out, but if you don't have a printer or you want an added challenge, you can try drawing the pictures and designs instead.
PK - 2nd Grade
2020 Summer Reading
3rd - 5th Grade
2020 Summer Reading
07/28/20 Scandinavian Storytelling Program Family Guide: This guide went with our 07/28/20 Zoom program with the American Swedish Historical Museum.
08/06/20 Telling Dino Tales Activities: This activity guide went with our 08/06/20 Zoom program with Super Science & Amazing Art. Watch the program here.
08/20/20 Imagination Station, Part 1: This activity guide went with our 08/20/20 Zoom program with Super Science & Amazing Art. Watch the program here.
Kids' Programs: Temporarily Suspended
On the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., watch a movie at the library on our 65" television in the community room. The library shows a different G - PG-13 Rated movie every month.
Every 1st Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Santaliz provides time for children to participate in construction play allowing the children to engage their creativity and provide a sense of accomplishment when they see their project take shape.
Come to the library and listen to Mrs. Santaliz or Ms. Diane read stories and work on crafts with children.
Mrs. Santaliz engages children in play time with a variety of educational toys.