Come along and join our online community for storytime at 1.30pm Friday 10 April as Namrata reads Lula and the Sea Monster.
Lula lives in a house next to the beach with her family, Lula is desperate to protect the beach and its wildlife, but how will a small girl like her be able to do it? Don’t forget to get creative making Sea animal in your imagination and show us after story.Read more
The Big Red Bus Club team will be reading Michael Rosens Going on a Bear Hunt together at 1.30pm on Zoom. Join us for interactive story telling to celebrate Michael Rosens beautiful tale of adventure and derring do.Read more
Join Annie and friends as they read Sharing a Shell at 1.30pm Wednesday 8 April. How will the inhabitants of a rock pool survive after the loss of thier homes? Can they pull together to start a new life?
Join Aum as she reads The Tale of A Naughty Rabbit at 1.30pm on Thursday 9 April. There aren't many stories about naughty rabbits. That's because rabbits usually know how to behave themselves. But not this one. This is the story of a very naughty little rabbit who becomes quite fat after sneaking under a gate, and stumbling into a huge vegetable patch.Read more
Catch up with Lydia reading on Monday 30 March at 1.30pm as she explores the historically accurate world of palaeontology as she reads Yikes Ticklysaurus, shares signs and tickles her way through the Jurassic landscape.Read more
Join Leanne at 1.30pm on Tuesday 31 March as she joins Mummy Large's ongoing search for mindfullness, Zen fullfillment and a nice warm bath.
Come and join our celebrity reader Mandy Friday 3rd April at 1.30pm for Zoom interactive storytelling as she jumps into her bath with Lydia, a hippo, a lion, a giraffe and whoever else needs a good scrub.Read more
Join Aum and Abbie reading Mr Hippo is Happy on Thursday 2nd Aprill at 1.30pm. Hippo feels a bit sad can Puppy help think of things to turn that frown upside down?Read more
Where do you like to sit? Catch up with Clare as she read Oi Frog Friday 27 March at 1.30pm and find out where Frog likes to sit as she reads a book dedicated to comfortable bottoms of the animal kingdom, Greenwichs very own David Attenborough. ?
Annie and helpers sang the ballad of The Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly, at 1.30pm Wednesday 25 March. This tragic tale is not for the faint hearted for either the content of the tale or the quality of the singing.
Join Annie here https://youtu.be/HGsgyBvhIig?t=245
At the end of this very boring teachers pack on page 18 onward there are some great print and cut out puppets