Storytime University: Make Your Resolutions Happen, plus Videos!

The last couple weeks we have seen many of you declare your resolutions for this year. Haven’t seen any yet? Check our round up here.

 

Ok, so you’ve made your resolution (If you haven’t, go for it! No resolution is too big or too small.) but now how about keeping it? If your resolution involves professional development we hope Storytime University can help with posts these, including ideas for free professional development. And, we’ve decided to reward you for making and keeping your resolutions with our brand new Resolve to Rock badge.

 

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All you have to do is share your resolution(s) either on a blog, in the comments on the Resolve to Rock round up, or on the Storytime University Facebook page. AND, comment on someone else’s resolution or in some way support someone else in making their resolutions happen. Submit your successes and support to earn the badge. Let’s continue to strengthen our amazing, supportive community.

 

Now for some resources! Today I wanted to highlight some of the videos folks have been watching in order to complete a task for the Grasshopper badge.

 

This amazing video from Lisa and Thrive After Three.

 

Jbrary. These and this and this and omg, just watch them all because there are too, too many to link here!

 

This one of a Toddler Storytime.

 

This one about puppetry.

 

King County Tell Me a Story. You should watch all of theirs, too. I’d like to give a big shout out for KCLS because so many librarians with so many styles are showcased. There really is something for everyone.  This one and this one were watched among others.

 

Storyblocks! This one and this one and so many more!

 

Sleeping Bunnies!

 

Denver Public Library’s Read Aloud YouTube channel

 

There’s a Spider on the Floor. With a giant spider!

 

More puppets! Steven Engelfried has lots and they are all really awesome.

 

Deschutes Public Library. I am selfishly very excited to see SO MANY west coasters in video. Go us! Its most likely the air. Or the water. Or something.

 

Intellidance. There was a crocodile. This is the first I’ve heard of these. Excited to watch some more!

 

 

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