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Story Time in Role Play Theater • Program

Story time on stage in Role Play Theater.

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Story Time in Role Play Theater

Why are we interested in story time? Listening to a story and participating in discussions offer wonderful benefits:

  • Increase a child’s attention span
  • Enhance visual discrimination skills
  • Practice auditory processing
  • Examine social situations and behaviors
  • Instill a love of books

Story times are 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and are located in Role Play Theater. Upcoming titles are:

February 20th – 25th   

  • Morning Storytime: Ablaze with Color – A story of Painter Alma Thomas by Jeanne Walker Harvey
  • Afternoon Storytime: I’m Not Just a Scribble by Diane Alber

February 27th – March 3rd

  • Morning Storytime: Lines that Wiggle by Candance Whitman
  • Afternoon Storytime: Radiant Child by Javaka Steptoe

March 5th – 10th

  • Morning Storytime: This is a Good Story by Adam Lehrhaupt
  • Afternoon Storytime: Sandy’s Circus: A Story About Alexander Calder by Tanya Lee Stone

March 12th – 17th

  • Morning Storytime: Let’s Read Animal Words by Ji Lee
  • Afternoon Storytime: Penny and the Plain Piece of Paper by Miri Leshhem-Pelly

Open Today:

CLOSED 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm

Groups Today:

AM 0 Students 276 Students 392 Students 227 Students 210 Students 0 Students 0 Students
PM 0 Students 0 Students 0 Students 0 Students 0 Students Students 0 Students

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