September 30, 2019 | strande
Did you miss our Yellow Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own bright and sunny storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.
Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.
A boy wears his new yellow shirt and is transformed in his imagination into a duck, a lion, a daffodil, a trumpet, and many other things. What else can you transform into?
FIVE LITTLE LEMONS
Five little lemons, sitting in a bowl.
One fell out, and started to ROLL….
It bounced on the table and landed at my feet.
How many lemons are left to eat?
[repeat, counting down until all lemons are on the floor]
January 7, 2019 | strande
Did you miss our Purple Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to have a colorful storytime at home!
December 3, 2018 | strande
Did you miss our Brown Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to have a beautifully brown storytime at home!
September 30, 2018 | strande
Did you miss our Red Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to have a colorful storytime at home!
The early bird comes across some breakfast. Point out all the red elements in the illustrations. Also available in Board Book format.
November 7, 2017 | strande
In case you missed our Blue storytime this week, don't worry. Here are some of the fun stories and songs we shared, plus some extras to do your own colorful storytime at home.
While taking a walk with Mouse, Bear meets many other friends and sees colors everywhere.
November 12, 2016 | strande
If you missed our Gray Storytime this week, don't be blue. Here are some of the stories and songs from this week's storytime, plus some suggestions to inspire a colorful storytime that you can do at home.
Similar to the Guess What series, this book offers a series of clues for the reader to solve.
November 23, 2015 | Marianne
Infants generally have good color vision by five months of age. They especially like bright shades of red, yellow and blue.
Try these titles to give your baby some color stimulation and enhance their visual perception: