Thursday, August 11, 2011

Sing to read, read to sing!

I had a wonderful storytime today at the Booksellers at Laurelwood, and in it I used a couple of Sing and Read storybooks. These are a wonderful addition to any home library. As a child "reads" books where the words are familiar, they are developing foundational literacy skills and working towards actual, independent reading. Furthermore, often these books become favorites, read again and again, giving the young child the reinforcement they need. You can find these books at any bookstore and many teaching stores. If your child gets Scholastic book orders through their preschool or child care program, they are often included there as well.

And, of course, literature selections are included in every set of kindermusik home materials.

Join us this Saturday at our Kindermusik Open House and Storytime at the University of Memphis, Park Avenue campus, building 2. We'll be exploring instruments, finding out more about the program, and just plain having fun! 

1 comment:

  1. Here are the books from today's storytime