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Share a Story: Breakfast Storytime


If you missed our Breakfast Storytime this week, don't worry. Here are some of the stories and songs from this week's storytime, plus some suggestions to inspire a yummy storytime that you can do at home. 

From Storytime

A collection of brief poems about all different kinds of foods--from cereal and oranges to pasta, potato chips, and peas. We read the very first poem about yummy breakfast smells.


A wonderful song for a long grocery line, the full text is in the file attachment at the bottom of this post.

Benny the woodpecker makes a brilliant plan to eat a tasty plate of waffles.


     Mixin' pancakes, stirrin' pancakes

     Pour 'em in the pan.

     Frying' pancakes, flippin' pancakes

     Catch 'em if you can!

Everyone loves Bacon by Kelly DiPucchio

Everyone loves Bacon but letting his fame go to his head may prove more dangerous than he thought.

We listened to "Cereal" for the parachute this week.

More Songs and Stories to Enjoy

Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast are good friends until they learn there is only one drop of maple syrup left and begin a frantic race through the refrigerator in an effort to be the first one to get there.

Bear's big breakfast by Lynn Rowe Reed

"A bear awakens from hibernation and finds himself very hungry and in search of something to eat starting with the letter b"--.

Retells the tale of giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe, whose appetites for pancakes grow so large that they leave their childhood home to find their pancake fortune in the great big world.

Pancakes for supper! by Anne Isaacs

In the backwoods of New England, a young girl cleverly fends off the threats of wild animals by trading her clothes for her safety.

Flip Flap Jack