March 2016 Story Hours

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For this story hour in March 3rd we read And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street by Dr. Suess.  In this story the little boy goes on a grand adventure down his street and goes home to tell his adventure to his family.  To find out what he seen come on over and check out this fantastic book!!  We also read There’s a Wocket in my Pocket by Dr. Suess, in this story we read about a household of unusual creatures help beginning readers recognize common “”household”” words.  To find out what these creatures are come on over and check it out for yourselves!!  After reading our Dr. Suess stories we made our “One Fish, Two Fish” picture!!  The kids have such a great time at story hour.

For story hour on March 9th we learned about the letter “O”!  We also had a guest reader that week, thank you to Mrs. Sharon Sayler for coming in and reading to the kids, they loved it!!  She read Octopus Protests by Jacquelyn  Reinach and Bicycle for Sale by Dan Yaccarino.  Two wonderful books about an octopus!!  So the kids then turned their  letter “O” into an octopus.  Pictured in the reading image is Sharon Sayler reading Octopus Protests, (from left Destiny Serfling, Sarah Dominguez, Morghan Coots, Adrie Kennington and Gentry Kennington).  (In the art picture holding their beautiful letter “O” octopi we have from left to right, Morghan Coots, Gentry Kennington, Adrie Kennington, Sarah Dominguez and Destiny Serfling).  Adrie and Destiny wanted their octopi in water so they put them on blue paper, the others hung them up by a string to let the limbs blow in the breeze.

For story hour March 30th we learned about the letter “P”!  We read Penguin Pete and Penguin Pete’s New Friends by Marcus Pfister, than we did our craft of turning our letter “P” into a penguin!!  The kids loved the penguin books and our stuffed penguin so we had to join them in our picture!  We had some extra time after doing the craft that we were able to read another book, so we read The Emperor’s Egg by Martin Jenkins, which explained to the kids how penguins take care of each other and their eggs!!  It was very interesting and the kids loved the pictures!! ( In the picture left to right we have Ricky Dominguez, Sarah Dominguez, Gentry Kennington, Morghan Coots, Adrie Kennington and Noelle Kaminsky.  Holding the most beautiful penguins I have ever seen!!)

“Great job to my kiddos every week you make my day and job memorable!!”  – Sabrina Serfling

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