Bilingual Family Storytime Sample Plans

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Sample plans for a bilingual storytime program. This is supplementary to the "Bilingual Storytime at Your Biblioteca: What, Why and How" presentation.

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Bilingual Family Storytime Sample Plans

  1. 1. Bilingual Family Storytime Sample Plan<br />Birds / Pájaros<br />Created by Katie Cunningham for presentation “Bilingual Storytime: What, Why and How”<br />Virginia Hamilton Conference on Multicultural Literature for Youth”<br />April 9, 2010<br />Opening Song: “Hola amigos” from Ole! Ole! Ole! Dr. Jean en español by Dr. Jean Feldman<br />Drawing Story: “Camping Out” from Stories to Draw by Jerry Mallett, 1982. (Narrative Skills)<br />Prop: Owl puppet (Print Motivation)<br />Book: La oca boba by Petr Horacek(Print Motivation, Print Awareness)<br />Song: “Pajarito” from Canto y cuento by José-Luis Orozco (Phonological Awareness)<br />Flannel: “The Bossy Gallito” based on the book The Bossy Gallito / El gallo de bodas by Lucía Gonzalez (Vocabulary, Narrative Skills)<br />Closing Song: “Adios amigos” from Ole! Ole! Ole! Dr. Jean en español by Dr. Jean Feldman<br />Extra Books<br /><ul><li>Mariluz avestruz by Rachel Chaundler
  2. 2. Las lechucitas by Martin Waddell (Owl Babies)
  3. 3. Perdido y encontrado by Oliver Jeffers (Lost and Found)
  4. 4. Jajá, jijí, cuac by Doreen Cronin (Giggle, Giggle, Quack)
  5. 5. Cuckoo = Cucú by Lois Ehlert
  6. 6. Pato va en bici by David Shannon (Duck on a Bike)
  7. 7. Gansa tonta by Ellen Stoll Walsh (Silly Goose)</li></ul>Bilingual Family Storytime Sample Plan<br />Friendship / La amistad<br />Created by Katie Cunningham for presentation “Bilingual Storytime: What, Why and How”<br />Virginia Hamilton Conference on Multicultural Literature for Youth”<br />April 9, 2010<br />Opening Song: “Hola amigos” from Ole! Ole! Ole! Dr. Jean en español by Dr. Jean Feldman<br />Book 1: Perdido y encontrado by Oliver Jeffers (Narrative Skills)<br />Fingerplay Song: 1, 2, 3 Good Friends/Amigos (Piggyback song to the tune of “Ten Little Indians”)<br />Math Activity: ¿Cuantos amigos? / How many friends?<br />For this activity I had a pre-made graph measuring the number of niños (boys) and niñas in our storytime group. I gave each child a paper heart and called them up one by one to place their heart in the appropriate column, making a bar graph. We were then able to use the graph as a visual reference to talk about the math concepts of addition and comparison.<br />Book 2: Un gato y un perro / A Cat and a Dog by Claire Masurel (Narrative Skills, Print Awareness)<br />Book 3: Un amigo de veras maravilloso by Suzanne Bloom (Print Motivation)<br />Closing Song: “Adios amigos” from Ole! Ole! Ole! Dr. Jean en español by Dr. Jean Feldman<br />Extra Books<br /><ul><li>My Friends / Mis amigos by Taro Gomi
  8. 8. A mi manera / My Way by Lynn Reiser
  9. 9. Emma y sus amigos by Sandra Desmaziéres
  10. 10. Mi amigo Gorila by Atsuko Morozumi

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