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Children's Room News & Events

Listen! Imagine! Create! The Scarecrow

Miss Amy shares The Scarecrow by Betty Ferryand and shows you how to make a scarecrow face using a paper bag, markers, raffia and tape. Stuff the scarecrow with old plastic bags, polyfill, or rags. Get creative -- this craft can use anything that you find around the house, including dried leaves...

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Peter Sheridan

Musical Mornings with Peter Sheridan!

Update!  NEW episode for Halloween! 
Peter Sheridan is sharing some videos with us because he misses seeing all the children!  We hope this adds some sunshine to your day!

Visit Peter's...

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Talking books with Miss Amy and Ms Beth

Miss Amy and Ms Beth talk about some classic and new books available in The Children's Room!

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Goofy Crafts: Bat Mobile

Miss Kate will show you how to make a Bat Mobile using a dowel or stick, tape, ribbon, paper, and markers.

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Listen! Imagine! Create! The little old lady who was not afraid of anything

Listen! Imagine! Create! The little old lady who was not afraid of anything

Just in time for Halloween!  Miss Kate reads The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams. Join in the sounds and actions, and then make a slightly spooky craft!

Goofy Craft-Monster!

Goofy Crafts: Monsters!

Miss Amy shares this week's Goofy Craft and it's a Monster!

Herbie's big adventure by Jennie Poh

Listen! Imagine! Create!: Herbie's big adventure

Ms Beth shares a couple of stories and a craft about hedgehogs this week!

Book talks

Talking books with Miss Kim and Miss Kate

Join Miss Kim and Miss Kate for some ideas for what to read next!

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Goofy Craft-Candy Corn!

Goofy Crafts

Join Miss Kim for this session and create something using candy corn!  The items you will need are as, yellow and green contruction paper, crayons or markers, glue, scissors, google eyes, and a bag of candy corn.  *This session we are also going to make a healthy candy corn snack...

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Listen! Imagine! Create! The Great Ball Game by Joseph Bruchac

Miss Kim shares this Native American folk tale and helps you make a craft using black, pink, and white construction paper, scissors, glue, and google eyes.