52 Programs for Preschoolers
The Librarian's Year-round PlannerBook - 1997
With these authoritative selections, you can:
-- Expand outreach to children with special needs and hard-to-reach public segments
-- Create multicultural collections and programming
-- Entertain children with top-notch programming material
Engaging a roomful of restless kids often involves more than picking up the nearest children's book. In 52 Programs for Preschoolers, author Diane Briggs presents visual props and passionate presentations that are certain to enlighten and entertain young minds.
An experienced children's librarian, Briggs suggests story themes inspired by characters all tikes seem to like -- animals, holidays, cowboys, monsters, and more -- in this collection of sure-fire crowd-pleasers for children ages three to six.
Briggs moves on to demonstrate many creative ways to customize your presentations for dramatic results. Whether you favor flannelboard or folksong, you'll discover myriad ideas that get kids into the act, from hands-on craft projects to music videos.
To help promote your children's programs, Briggs also provides publicity blurbs ready for use in radio, newspapers, or your library home page. With 52 Programs for Preschoolers and its ready-to-use, time-saving programs, storytime just got a lot more fun.