Virtual Storytimes

Join us virtually for a full storytime complete with rhymes, songs, stories and activity ideas for your child, birth to age 5. Check our Facebook page for even more activity ideas, free book resources, links to songs and more.

Wonderful Water activities

Loud and Soft Storytime activities
At the Beach storytime activities
Fourth of July storytime activities

Father’s Day was the theme of stories and songs today.

Here are some simple, fun toddler safe activities to do for Father’s Day or any time!

Toddler Storytime today continued with a pond theme and we learned more about turtles and algae. We played with scarves and tried some activities at the end.

We were Down at the Pond for this storytime featuring frogs, turtles, ducks and much more.

Miss Debbie posted her first virtual storytime this week to kick off the summer. She talks a little about COVID and a lot about family.

We talk about patience and learn a big word “metamorphosis” during a caterpillar and butterfly storytime.

Go Buggy with us during this storytime about creepy crawlies. Join us for rhymes, songs and stories with several activity ideas at the end.

This storytime on germs and being sick is one you won’t want to miss. It ends with some information about what to expect as the library prepares to reopen and some activities to do with your toddler.

We love moms and here are some fun songs, stories and activities in honor of Mother’s Day.

Enjoy a Mother’s Day theme, play with scarves and some ideas for Mother’s Day cards and safe, no prep high chair activities to help mom on busy days.

Check out our time learning about flowers and gardens with activities included at the end.

Join us for as we sing and read about bunnies and Easter.

Colored Eggs Easter Storytime includes four short books and lots of rhymes and songs including some with shakers! Don’t miss the end where we give you ideas for simple activities using Easter eggs and household items. 

Have fun with this I Love Books Toddler Storytime. Don’t miss the activity ideas at the end. Want a copy of the words to the songs that you can do anytime? Go to this link for a powerpoint that you can use to host your own storytime at home.

We love spring at the Maryville Public Library. Get in the mood of the season with spring stories and songs part 2.

With spring in the air, we read stories and sang songs with a spring time theme. You can try to extend the learning by looking for signs of spring that were mentioned in some of the books or songs in your own neighborhood .