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Join Jen for a short baby alphabet book and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.
It’s a Tiger and Ogilvy
Read It’s a Tiger and Ogilvy with Miss Carrie!
A Perfect Day and Snakes on a Train
Amanda reads A Perfect Day and Snakes on a Train.
Animal Sounds Storytime
Jen reads two classic animal stories.
Floaty and Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug
Miss Amanda shares a favorite storytime song and two funny picture books in this virtual storytime.
Chicken Little and The Detective Dog
Miss Carrie reads two fun stories in this video.
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Interactive Story
This is a fun interactive story based on the book Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems.
Oh, What a Cake!
Amanda narrates one of her favorite storytime flannelboard stories using clipart instead.
The Mouse Book by Helen Piers
Jen reads The Mouse Book, accompanied by her beagle, Bandit.
Songs & Fingerplays
Counting to Ten with Kittens and Puppies
Here’s a fun counting rhyme from Jen!
This is the Way & 5 Little Bees
Jen shows you two songs just in time for spring: This is the Way, and 5 Little Bees.
The Wheels on the Bus
Jen demonstrates a storytime favorite, The Wheels on the Bus!
Pat-a-Cake & The Itsy Bitsy Spider
Watch Jen demonstrate two familiar early childhood rhymes.
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Lego Building Challenge
We can’t have LEGO® Club at this time, but you can do a building challenge at home! See one of the LEGO kit builds Jen has at her house and find out the challenge. Share a picture of your build with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grab a square piece of paper and follow along with Michael as he demonstrates how to make a super quick and easy origami dog.
Amanda shows you how to make a quick origami butterfly. All you need is a square piece of paper. Make a bunch and hang them on the wall, make a mobile, or just set them on tables and countertops to brighten up your home.
Rainbow Science Fun
Carrie shows you how to do a fun rainbow science experiment with materials you might have at home. Try it with paper cups if you can. Carrie also made a list of other science experiments you can try with household products, which you can access here.
Poetry Corner: “Our Dog’s Name is Roomba”
Jennifer from the Children’s Department shares a funny poem by Ken Nesbitt in this poetry corner video! Celebrate National Poetry Month with more kids poems at poetry4kids.com.