Share a Story: Forest Storytime

 

Did you miss our Forest Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to inspire a woodsy storytime you can do at home.

From Storytime

The great aaa-ooo! by Jonny Lambert

When the animals hear a loud "aaa-ooo!" sound in the woods at night, they are afraid that it could be a monster making the terrible noise.

 

YOU MIGHT SEE SOME…” (Tune: Did You Ever See a Lassie?)

     If you’re ever in the forest, the forest, the forest,
     If you’re ever in the forest, you might see some... [deer].
     (Squirrels, mice, bears, whatever other animal you need to add in!)
 

What can live in a forest? by Sheila Anderson

Photographs and simple text introduce readers to animals that live in the forest and their unique characteristics, including ants with strong jaws for cutting leaves, deer with brown coats to help them hide, and porcupines with sharp quills to protect them.

Bear snores on by Karma Wilson

On a cold winter night many animals gather to party in the cave of a sleeping bear, who then awakes and protests that he has missed the food and the fun.

Today we parachuted to the song, "Under a Shady Tree."

I found you! [sound recording] by Caspar Babypants

We also listed to "Woods Behind My Home."

More Songs and Stories

Looking for a moose by Phyllis Root

Four children set off into the woods to find a moose.

A variety of animals, birds, and insects enjoy the flowers and trees of the forest early one morning.

Take a look at a variety of different trees in this simple book.

We'll all go exploring by Maggee Spicer

Set off on a new adventure through the world's forests.

The lumberjack's beard by Duncan Beedie

When a lumberjack chops down their houses, woodland creatures find an unexpected place to make their new homes.