Inclusive Movement Storytime with Miss Tricia

We all move in different ways. The way someone else moves may not be the same way you move, but we're all welcome to join the dance. In this week's storytime, we meet a young girl who uses a wheelchair. She wants to join the dance, but she first wants to figure out what that means to her.

Early literacy caregiver tip: Movement is great for keeping the body active throughout the day. Sometimes, when your little one is getting squirrely, you can pull out some movement activities! Perhaps practice some yoga poses, ask them to imitate an animal, jump and count at the same time, or go outside and see what you can find. Be sure to tailor movement activities to what your child is able to do.

Inclusive Movement Storytime with Miss Tricia

We all move in different ways. The way someone else moves may not be the same way you move, but we're all welcome to join the dance. In this week's storytime, we meet a young girl who uses a wheelchair. She wants to join the dance, but she first wants to figure out what that means to her. Early literacy caregiver tip: Movement is great for keeping the body active throughout the day. Sometimes, when your little one is getting squirrely, you can pull out some movement activities! Perhaps practice some yoga poses, ask them to imitate an animal, jump and count at the same time, or go outside and see what you can find. Be sure to tailor movement activities to what your child is able to do.

Posted by Winona Public Library on Monday, October 12, 2020