Preschool Storytime

For children ages 3 to 5!

What is Preschool Storytime?

Preschool Storytime is an early literacy program that introduces children to rhymes, stories, books, songs, and other fun activities! Mrs. Whittaker matches materials and activities with the developmental levels of storytime participants and introduces early literacy skills that children must know before learning to read.


These skills are:

  • phonological awareness
  • vocabulary
  • print motivation
  • narrative skills
  • print awareness
  • letter knowledge.

Why should my child and I come to Storytime?

  • Storytime is more fun than a barrel of monkeys and we are learning as well!
  • Children are able to develop skills that will help them be successful as they soon begin life as a student.
  • Parents are able to learn as well! Mrs. Whittaker offers takeaways for parents about reading together and developing early literacy skills at home.

What can I do to make the most of Storytime?

  • Get here early! Arrive 10 minutes early to check in at the front office with your Drivers License!
  • Participate! (Yeah, we might walk like an elephant here or there, but I promise not to tell on you if you won't tell on me!)
  • No food or toys, please!
  • Take upset children outside until they calm down.
  • Talk with your child about Storytime stories and activities!
  • Continue repeating rhymes and activities from Storytime at home!

March Storytime Theme - Spring!

If April shower bring May flowers - what do Mayflowers bring?? Pilgrims!


That might be a really corny joke, but we are talking about all the fun things about Spring!


We will read stories, sing songs, and play games all related to our dearly loved friend - Spring!

Preschool Storytime

Thursday, March 23rd, 11-11:30am

15601 Christopher Lane

Frisco, TX

Check the Ashley Library website for dates of other Pre-School Storytimes!

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