Our current storywalk is the most popular yet! The Snowy Day is one of my all time favorite books, and one that I read to almost every kid under the age of 5 in town in December. It seemed like the perfect choice for our next storywalk!
For our latest storywalk, we featured Click, Clack, Moo by Doreen Cronin, to go along with our ever popular typewriter. The typewriter is going strong, I don’t have a day go by where kids are typing away, and lots of parents get into it as well and work together with their kids. I recently overheard a mom telling a friend that her daughter (maybe 10ish?) was going to be getting a typewriter for Christmas since she loves ours so much.
I’ve been using our exploration station as a participatory art station along with a story walk, and this summer I turned the exploration station into a hero wall. The windows that we use for the story walks turned into our super city, which the kids covered in stickers and superheroes as they read their way through the summer.
I first saw the idea for a storywalk somewhere on the internet, but I was reminded of it by Rebecca, and I knew I wanted to put one up! Mo Willems is a big hit our library, both with kids and staff, so I ordered two extra copies of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and started cutting.