Story Path is a fun way to encourage physical activity and literacy! Story Path is made up of individual pages of a children’s book which are placed on different signs. The signs are placed in the ground along a short walking path within the community. You can enjoy a stroll along the path and read a fun children’s book as you walk along!
The best part is it’s an easy way to knock out two steps in the 5-2-1-0 program: getting 1 hour or more of physical activity each day and 2 hours or less of screen time. Give your child’s eyes a break from their digital screens while getting them up and moving on the Story Path.
The third season of Story Path is here!
- 4/21: “My Colors, My World” (Utica Park)
- 5/5: “From Head to Toe” (Utica Park)
- 5/19: “From Head to Toe” (Othello Regional Park)
- 6/2: “Rainbow Stew” (Othello Regional Park)
- 6/16: “From Head to Toe” (Othello Regional Park)
- 6/30: “Giraffes Can’t Dance” (Othello Regional Park)
- 7/16: “My Colors, My World” (Othello Regional Park)
- 7/30: “I Will Never Not Eat a Tomato” (Othello Regional Park)
- 8/4: “My Colors, My World” (Utica Park)
Interested in having your own Story Path?
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT, and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.
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