Themes

List of themes that I’ve done alphabetically. (When they’ve been part of a theme-set, I’ve included them at the bottom. Follow the links below to jump to those!)

Alphabet | Colors | Opposites

Alphabet 2010
Animals at Night 2012
Apples 2011
Art 2012
Babies 2011
Bathtime 2011
Beach 2010
Bears 2010
Bears 2011
Bedtime 2010
Bedtime & Pajamas 2012
Birds 2010
Birds 2011
Birthdays 2011
Boats 2010
Boxes 2011
Bugs 2011
Bugs 2012
Bunnies 2011
Camping 2012
Chickens 2012
Christmas 2010
Clothes 2011
Clouds and Rainbows 2012
Colors 2010
Colors 2011
Construction 2012
Counting 2010
Crabs 2010
Dance 2011
Dinosaurs 2010
Ducks 2010
Easter 2012
Emotions 2011
Fairy Tales 2011
Fall 2010 (Morning)
Fall 2010 (Afternoon)
Fall Animals
Family 2011
Farm 2010 (Spring)
Farm 2010 (Fall)
Farm 2011
Fish 2010
Food 2010
Friends 2011
Frogs 2010
Fruits and Veggies 2012
Halloween 2010
Hats 2012
Hello, Goodbye 2011
Houses and Homes 2012
Hugs and Kisses 2012
Imagination 2012
Jobs 2012
Jungle 2011
Library 2010
Love 2011
Me 2011
Messy 2012
Mice 2011
Monkeys 2011
Monsters 2010
Monsters 2011
Monsters 2012
Moon and Stars 2012
Names 2012
Numbers 2011
Nursery Rhymes 2011
Ocean 2011
Opposites 2010
Owls 2011
Owls 2012
Penguins 2011
Pets 2010
Pigs 2011
Pizza 2012
Play and Pretend 2011
Pirates 2012
Pumpkins and Apples 2011
Puppies 2011
Rainy Days 2011
School 2011
Sea Creatures 2010
Shapes 2010
Sheep 2011
Sick & Get Well 2011
Snow 2011
Spring 2011
Spring 2012
Spring Animals 2011
Starry Night Stories 2011
Summer 2010
Summer 2011
Things That Go 2010
Tools 2011
Trains 2012
Transportation 2011
Trucks 2011
Valentine’s Day 2012
Wild Animals 2010
Winter 2010
Winter Animals 2011
Zoo 2011


Alphabet
Letter A 2012
Letter B 2012
Letter C 2012
Letter D 2012
Letter E 2012
Letter F 2012
Letter G 2012
Letter H 2012
Letter I 2012
Letter J 2012
Letter K 2012
Letter L 2012
Letter M 2012
Letter N 2012
Letter O 2012
Letter P 2012
Letter Q 2012
Letter R 2012


Colors
Red 2011
Orange 2011
Yellow 2011
Green 2011
Blue 2011
Purple 2011


Opposites
Day and Night 2011
Loud and Quiet 2011
Stop and Go 2011
Up and Down 2011

Last Updated: 8/22/12

17 Comments on “Themes”

  1. lachie
    December 7, 2011 at 12:37 pm #

    thanks for some new ideas
    i do a storytime in drumheller alberta for the past 6 years and am always looking for something different

    • Katie
      December 8, 2011 at 2:04 pm #

      Glad to have helped!

  2. staceylpl
    July 21, 2012 at 1:24 pm #

    What a great resource you have put together! Any chance you are considering putting your themes on Pinterest?

    • Katie
      July 22, 2012 at 6:37 am #

      I haven’t personally put any on my blog up on Pinterest, but if you like something and want to pin — please feel free!

  3. elizabeth
    November 18, 2012 at 9:57 pm #

    You should do one about the giving tree. It would be a great flannel board, I did one and loved it

    • Katie
      November 19, 2012 at 6:13 pm #

      That’s not on my list of to-makes right now, but I’ll consider adding it!

  4. Lizz the Librarian
    December 19, 2012 at 12:38 pm #

    Starting in January I’ll be doing 5-6 story times each week (two in house, four outreach) and this list has been SO helpful with my planning. Thanks so much for posting everything you have compiled! I hope to one day be this organized in my own blog!!

    • Katie
      December 19, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

      I’m actually horribly behind in updating!! I’m glad that it appears that I’m organized though, and I’m so glad that the list has been helpful!

  5. Travis Ann Sherman
    February 24, 2013 at 12:07 pm #

    I’ve been blogging my themes for a while too, and I really love doing it. Lately I’ve been compiling a list of them on squidoo, including more details, like youtubes and itunes stuff: http://www.squidoo.com/storytime-at-the-library
    I’m in the process of transferring my year’s worth over, but I’ve never tackled some of the themes you’ve done. OK if I add a link on my page to yours? Thanks.

  6. Ramya
    December 18, 2013 at 5:11 am #

    Wow Thank you so much. Great blog. Your blog has awesome themes, and interesting book list, I wanted to start story time in my area, as we dont have libraries closeby. I have a question, the themes, is it applicable to children of ages 0-6.

    • Katie
      December 18, 2013 at 10:27 am #

      I use my themes with a variety of audiences, but mostly gear them towards ages 3-5.

  7. westerlypubliclibrary
    February 26, 2014 at 1:20 pm #

    Hi Katie, I just love your blog and how you have the themes all laid out nice and neat for us to peruse! How do you get them to not come up as one big drop down menu, but rather in link format/ individual pages?

    • Katie
      March 4, 2014 at 8:11 pm #

      In WordPress, you have the option of creating multiple pages. I have a specific theme page and I just create links by doing the HTML. I wish I could explain it better, I’m sorry!

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