Read & Reach: A Resource for Promoting Physical Activity in Storytime Programs.

Bucyrus Public Library. Music, Movement and More

Scherrer, Katie. 2017. Stories, Songs, and Stretches! Creating Playful Storytimes with Yoga and Movement. Chicago: American Library Association.

Jenn Carson. 2015. Storytime Stretching. Programming Librarian

Sirinides, P., Fink, R., & DuBois, T. A Study of Early Learning Services in Museums and Libraries. Early Childhood Education Journal, 1-11. Sirinides-2016.pdf

Bounce ‘n Books: A movement-based story time for all ages.

Allison Kaplan. 2014. Get up and move! Why movement is part of early literacy skills development. and

Stephanie Prato. Early Childhood Programs and Services Committee. 2014. Music and Movement at the Library. ALSC Blog.

Esther Moberg. 2013. Sensory Storytimes. Presentation at the Washington Library Association Conference.

McNeil, Heather. 2012. Read, Rhyme, and Romp: Early Literacy Skills and Activities for Librarians, Teachers, and Parents. ABC-CLIO.

Mother Goose on the Loose. and see resources

Woodson, D. E., D. F. Timm, and D. Jones. 2011. Teaching kids about healthy lifestyles through stories and games: Partnering with public libraries to reach local children. Journal of Hospital Librarianship 11, no. 1: 59-69. Woodson-2011.pdf

Marge Lockwaters. 2010. Blog post on Toddler Dance Parties between storytime sessions. Tiny Tips for Library Fun.

Durland, Jenine. 2008. “Into the Jungle: Kids Yoga Story Time.” Colorado Libraries. 
See also

Popular library sessions get kids moving while enjoying stories (Yoga Storytime in Wilmington, NC)  –

Carol Q. Sexton, Pulaski County Public Library. Let’s Move: A Kindergarten Readiness Initiative,

Julie Dietzel-Glair. 2013. Books in Motion: Connecting Preschoolers with Books through Art, Games, Movement, Music, Playacting, and Props. ALA. [Chapter on Movement]. Books-In-Motion.pdf

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