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Frozen

Page history last edited by Jane McManus 8 years, 10 months ago

Libraries are more than books. Some kids need a little direction to get the creative juices flowing. I gleaned the following from PUBYAC contributors. If you’re a member, check out the archives. Please add YOUR comments. Your colleagues would appreciate hearing what works, and what didn't!


See also: Audience Participation Films--Frozen

 

DECORATIONS: Light blue and white streamers, and snowflakes scattered throughout. Have the children come dressed up as their favorite character.

 

REFRESHMENTS:

  • I know food crafts can be a problem these days with so many dairy, nut and wheat allergies. But if you do food crafts, here are a couple ideas:

             see: Recipes for Storytime·        

  •  Snowman popcorn cups, see Pinterest
  •  White doughnut holes (Iooks like snowballs)
  •  Blue punch in plastic cups

 

 

FAVORS/CRAFTS:

  • Capes (see Pinterest)
  • Crowns
  • Antlers
  • Snowmen—TP rolls, white paper and orange pompoms
  • Snowflake Wands
  • Paper snowflakes
  • Bookmarks

 

GAMES:

  • PIN—The Nose on Olaf
  • TOSS—snowballs (rolled white socks) or Olaf Cup Toss
  • FLOOR—Freeze Dance Game
  • FLOOR 2 –Set up two bowls, pompoms and two hand shovels. Without opening your eyes and using only the shovel, try to get as many pompoms into the bowl as possible. You only have 30 seconds. (This will depend on space and ages of children.)
  • RELAY—snowball on spoon (use Styrofoam balls or large pompoms)
  • HOT POTATO—Pass the Snowball
  • DUCK, DUCK, GOOSE—will depend on the number of attendees, and ages of children

 

PROGRAM:

  • Read a story/poem
  • Show the sing-along version of the movie, or just certain scenes
  • Break children up for various craft activities.
  • Hire Elsa, Anna and Olaf characters

 

VOLUNTEERS:

  • Get teen or adult help to “serve”   

 

COST:

  • Most supplies can be purchased in bargain bins at craft stores or Dollar Stores.  

 

TIME:

  • About an hour-and-a-half should be sufficient. (Dependent on the number of children passing through; and how many stations are offered.)

 

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