"STORYTIME PLANNING TEMPLATE - DOC - DOC"
SAMPLE STORYTIME PLAN Theme: The Letter P Title of Book/Song/Rhyme Highlighted Skill(s) Materials Activity Description Waddly-Atcha Greeting Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Vocabulary The book, “Lilly’s Purple Read the story with emphasis on Keven Henkes Vocabulary Words: Plastic Purse” by Kevin vocabulary terms which may be Jaunty Henkes unfamiliar with students. Semi-circle Tacks (to demonstrate Encyclopedia sharpness) Diva Purple Plastic Purse-to add Quarters interest in the story Uncooperative Glittery Sunglasses Metaphors: Mouse puppet Sharp as a tack Phonological awareness: alliteration (the letter P) Song: Potato Polka by Charlotte Phonological awareness: Music Sing-along w/ action Diamond alliteration (the letter P) Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Phonological awareness: Ask students their favorite part of the Keven Henkes alliteration (the letter P) story. Go back to that part and re- read that section, having students stomp their feet or clap their hands every time they hear a “p” sound. Home connection 1 Retelling Quarters-given at end of story as a Encourage children to show parents museum piece their quarters and tell them the story Home connection 2 Vocabulary Coloring picture of Lilly with her Coloring purse w/ “Ask me about [vocabulary words]”