Storytime: Ms. Val reads Teddy Picnic

Thanks to the generous support of Mother Cabrini Health Foundation for making this Storytime possible.

Storytime: Ms. Val reads Teddy Picnic by Georgie Birkett. Teddy and his friends are going on a picnic! They spend their day playing and munching on a delicious lunch. Happy and sleepy, Teddy and his friends head home on the train and snuggle up together for bedtime stories and sleep.

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Trucking through the Summer A-Z Activity: Create Your Own Truck Town

Thank you to our storytime sponsor: Tripi’s Landscaping

Your child’s truck obsession is a vehicle for learning! Hop on for the ride with Miss Maeve and Miss Jackie as they teach basic map skills and encourage children to create their own road maps for their trucks to travel to creative destinations.

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Trucking through the Summer A-Z Activity: Painting with Trucks

Thank you to our storytime sponsor: Tripi’s Landscaping

Jackie & Maeve Painting with Trucks! Painting with trucks is a classic art activity for kids to watch colors blend and see the tracks left by different tires. It’s a great way to paint without brushes, and it requires very little prep. It sparks imagination and helps to develop both fine and gross motor skills!

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Trucking through the Summer A-Z Storytime: Mr. Jason reads Big Trucks in the Middle of the Street

Thank you to our storytime sponsor: Savarino Companies

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Trucking through the Summer A-Z Storytime: Mr. Jason reads Big Trucks in the Middle of the Street by Mark Lee

One ice-cream truck selling everything sweet breaks down and blocks the middle of our street.

If you’re a little boy on a bike, an ice-cream truck on your street is always a welcome sight. But what if the truck breaks down and blocks the mail truck behind it (now there are two), not to mention a third truck carrying hay? One by one, trucks of all types and sizes and functions are sure to pile up behind, offering ample opportunity for ogling — and counting. And maybe the boy’s idea for putting one of the trucks to good use might even save the day!

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