Free Storytime Read-Alouds with Trinity Students

Over the past few weeks, our team has been collecting read-aloud stories to share out with Hartford parents, educators, and others. This project is inspired in part by Hartford’s Kennelly School Twitter account which features a nightly 7:30pm read-aloud, where staff read a book to children on live video, which is also recorded (See: https://twitter.com/kennelly_school).  Below you’ll find some read-aloud videos submitted by Trinity students, with more to come on this Youtube channel.

Are you a Hartford resident, community partner, or Trinity student, faculty or staff member interested in recording a video of your own? We’re especially interested in multi-lingual submitters for stories in languages including Spanish, Portuguese, French & Haitian Creole, Chinese (including Mandarin, Cantonese), ASL and others. See instructions and sign up to record a video here: http://bit.ly/TrinReadAloudInstructions

See also our recent blog post “Online Learning and Reducing the Digital Divide During School Shutdown” and our CHER Volunteer page where community groups and organizations can submit needs and view skill offers: http://cher.trincoll.edu/volunteer


One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish – Read by Jill Schuck ’23 (3-6 years)


The Fabulous Bouncing Chowder – Read by Annabel Nottebohm ’21 (3rd Grade)


Where the Wild Things Are – Read by Sarah Baskin, IDP


Little Fur Family – Read by Ella Pepper ’21 (3rd Grade)


Strega Nona, An Old Tale – Read by Brooke Agro ’22 (4-8 Years)


The Rainbow Fish – Read by Remy Chester ’21 (3rd Grade)