Many of the preschoolers that I read to wear shirts with Bigfoot, Yeti, and other legendary creatures displayed. There are several picture books featuring these creatures which would make for a fun storytime. For a craft project, play this simple Sasquatch Game and give out certificates.
App: Endless Alphabet, from Originator, Inc.
Anstee, Ashlyn. ARE WE THERE, YETI? Yeti, the school bus driver, takes everyone on a surprise field trip.
Cali, Davide. A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL. A little boy explains to his teacher why he was late for school. Among other challenges, he ran into Bigfoot and Yeti.
Esbaum, Jill. ELWOOD BIGFOOT – WANTED BIRDIE FRIENDS? Elwood loves birds but they seemed to be afraid of him when he tries to befriend them.
Long, Greg. YETI, TURN OUT THE LIGHT! In this rhyming story, a Yeti is scared of the dark and of shadows.
Magoon, Scott. THE BOY WHO CRIED BIGFOOT! Ben can’t get anyone to believe him when he says a yeti has borrowed his bicycle.
Ode, Eric. BIGFOOT DOES NOT LIKE BIRTHDAY PARTIES. In this cumulative rhyming story, the town plans a birthday part for bigfoot.
Redeker, Kent. DON’T SQUISH THE SASQUATCH! The audience will call out the repeated title phrase in this fun story of a sasquatch on a bus.
Spires, Ashley. LARF. Larf believes he is the only sasquatch in the world until he hears another will be visiting a nearby city.