Scarves in Storytime

Scarves can be a fun and versatile prop in storytime and at home.   Here are some ways I like to use scarves in storytime:

Let’s All Twirl (Sung to “The Mulberry Bush” )

Let’s all twirl with our scarves today, Scarves today, Scarves today, Let’s all twirl with our scarves today, All around the room.

dance, march, run



  1. Hello Tracey,
    I love these ideas for using scarves in storytimes. Do you mind if I refer and link to them from my blog Loons and Quines at Librarytime?

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  5. awnali said

    Can you tell me if you wash the scarves after each use? If so, how do they stand up to the abuse?

  6. CAROL JAMES said


  7. Jenny Scholten said

    Hi, I work in a public library and we buy our scarves from Lakeshore Learning- see link below. Thanks for more scarf ideas for my toddler storytime!

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