Thanks for your note! Looking forward to hearing from you soon! I just did a pajama party story time where we all came in our pj's! It was lots of fun! I used the book, "I'll Love You Forever" by Bob Munsh. He uses lots of repetition so it great for preschoolers. The only thing, we decided to edit the story a bit because part of it is sad...
I watched your video with the Christmas stories in it. You are very good!
I do children's programming at my library. I am new to it and have been doing it for about 6 months. I work with a mix of kids between 2 and 5. The age range makes it a challenge because the toddlers have a short attention span. However, I don't want the older kids to get bored. I play the ukulele and sing with them a lot. I have been trying to learn to have them participate in the story as you do. I don't trust the toddlers with the rhythm sticks. I think they would hurt themselves. I hope you and I can write to each other.
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It was wonderful to see you in Jackson last week! It was a great workshop. One of the things I learned is that if I really want -- I can become a ballerina. Yes, it's true -- even though I wore my cowgirl boots, I could still kick that leg and toe into a perfect point. I mean, who knew? However, I must admit, although dear, dear Diane tried really hard -- I am still technologically deprived!