This month, the library introduced a new program: Super Saturday Stories. Last Saturday, I presented a storytime for kids in grades K-3 that highlighted the favorite folktale, Little Red Riding Hood. We had a blast recreating the traditional tale by having the children do a readers theater presentation, reading variant books and poems, storytelling, and watching a video of a Bugs Bunny version. I hope to do another “Super Saturday Stories” program in the future and play with other fairy tales and folktales. Also: be on the lookout! I will be posting a podcast version of Little Red Riding Hood in the near future…and hope to be posting monthly podcasts of favorite traditional stories.
Intro Music: Pete Seeger: American folk, game & activity songs for children
Demonstrate storytelling doll and talk a little about Children’s Book Week.
Opening Song: Let Everyone Clap Hands With Me
Readers Theater: Little Red Riding Hood by Moira Butterfield
Read-aloud #1: Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China by Ed Young
Tandem Poem: “Red Riding Hood” from You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You: Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together by Mary Ann Hoberman
Read-aloud #2: Little Red Cowboy Hat by Susan Lowell
Storytelling Activity: The Gunniwolf
Little Red Riding Rabbit (Looney Tunes)
CRAFT OR HANDOUT:
Basket with goodies (oreos) and CBW bookmark