If you are doing storytimes about occupations, teachers are a great topic since most preschoolers know what they do. Or, they want to know as they will be starting school soon. For an activity, make one of the crafts seen here.
Allard, Harry. MISS NELSON series. With deeply colored cartoon illustrations by James Marshall, the audience will be enthralled with worst teacher ever Viola Swamp.
Bowen, Anne. I KNOW AN OLD TEACHER. This take-off on the well-known song features illustrations by Stephen Gammell.
Calmenson, Stephanie. LATE FOR SCHOOL! Mr. Bungles oversleeps and tries every type of vehicle to get to school on time.
Cox, Judy. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MRS. MILLIE! The kindergarten surprises the teacher with a birthday party.
Gall, Chris. SUBSTITUTE CREACHER. The new substitute teacher is a green, tentacled monster!
McNamara, Margaret. HOW MANY SEEDS IN A PUMPKIN? A simple math lesson is included in the story of a clever teacher and the smallest boy in class.
Nikola-Lisa, W. MY TEACHER CAN TEACH – ANYONE! An alphabet book that describes various occupations and a great teacher.
North, Sherry. BECAUSE YOU ARE MY TEACHER. A teacher takes her four students to various places around the world.
Plourde, Lynn. TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY. Maybella Jean Wishywashy cannot decide what to bring for Teacher Appreciation Day.
Slate, Joseph. MISS BINDERGARTEN series. With 26 students with names representing the alphabet, Miss Bindergarten leads them in various activities.
Thaler, Mike. THE BLACK LAGOON series. Each title describes a different staff member, including librarian, gym teacher, and others who work at the mysterious school.