A rainbow of colors explodes in nature when the warm weather hits.
More importantly, the Des Plaines Library goes
with our summer reading program.
And Move and Groove returns to the parks around Des Plaines.
Today we met at
and read some colorful tales
starting with the book
We then took a break to get our
and danced with bean bags to the Color Song by Jim Gill on the CD
Ms. Becky got the crowd involved when she read the book Presiona Aqui by Herve Tullet
If you missed our stories and songs, we left behind a
BRIGHT CHALK COURSE
to practice identifying colors and following directions, important skills in your child’s cognitive development.
A game to play at home when the weather isn't cooperating is
RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT.
It's a great way for your child to practice colors while regulating their body.
Below is a list of resources you can find at the library that makes practicing these skills fun.
Use your observational skills by searching the pictures to find colors from the expected to the surprising and beyond.
A world of adventure and learning collides with a monstrous amount of fun in these games, stories, and puzzles!
Make counting fun with Mudpuppy's Counting Ring Flash Cards, which feature 20 double-sided cards with numbers on one side and a corresponding illustration with the same number of objects or animals on the other.
One of our new kits that comes with two books and two toys all focused on teaching colors to little ones.
Don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up your
See you on June 23 at Sesquicentennial Park.
Thank you to the Des Plaines Park District.