Elementary Librarians – check out this great idea for your storytimes!
Yesterday we had a fun Pigeon party at the library for our young elementary school kids (Kindergarten – 2nd Grade), sadly we only ended up with 12 kids in attendance, but they definitely had fun! I made this program really easy by using the Pigeon’s 10th Birthday Celebration Activity Kit.
From this kit we first learned how to draw Pigeon (pgs. 5-7) – I really liked the way they taught how to draw Pigeon, tracing and breaking the paper into sections to draw each part. The kids did a really great job drawing – I was impressed by how well they followed the directions (not an easy task for little ones).
After we learned how to draw Pigeon, we then made our own Pigeon and Duckling finger puppets (pgs. 8-9). These were so cute and it was a great way to give the kids a chance to practice their…
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