Story Time was really fun! First, Miss Pat leads the kids in singing songs (action songs to get the wiggles out!), and then she starts reading the first of three books that go with the theme for the week. Jack's favorite song that we sing is "Hop, Hop, Hop and STOP!" After that we sing another song, read another book, and then it's time for Shakey Eggs! Jack and Luke love that part, too, of course! Sam thinks the eggs are cool, too!
Then we read the last book, and sing the last song before Story Time is over.
After Story Time, we get to color! Jack is usually more interested in sorting the crayons than actually coloring.
After coloring, we read some more books and choose some to take home with us!
I let Jack choose two books to take home with us. Guess what kind of books he always chooses? That's right... train books! And those cartoon-y kid train books are not for our Jackson! Oh, no! Our Jackson-Train wants to read books about real trains! The first book he chose to read? A very lengthy, very wordy book called Trains: The History of the Railroad. We did manage to convince him to get one book that was geared towards kids, but he definitely preferred to read the real book! It didn't take long for him to be able to tell me all about the history of the railroad, either!
I am so happy that Jack loves the library