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Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
by Bill Martin
by Ellen Walsh
World of Color
by Margaret Wise Brown
by Lois Ehlert
by Tana Hoban
by Ann Jonas
story times are designed to introduce your child to language,
literature and the library. By exposing your toddler to a wide
variety of the best books available and making reading an everyday
part of life, you will lay the foundations for a lifelong love
about Toddler Story Times.
the calendar for Babies & Books and Tales
for Twos story times.
can make your own edible finger paints with pudding (use vanilla
and add food coloring for color), yogurt or flour (see recipe
1 cup flour
1-1/4 cups hot water
1-1/2 cups cold water
2 Tablespoons salt
What You Do:
Mix the flour, salt, and cold water in a saucepan.
Beat the mixtures (with whisk or rotary beater) until smooth. Add
the hot water and boil it until the mixture is thick. Beat until
smooth. Add food coloring to add color. Store this in an airtight
container in the refrigerator.
In My Food
Colors, colors, what colors do I see
in the food the farmer grows for me?
Orange carrots and ripe red tomatoes,
Green string beans and nice brown potatoes.
Yellow butter is to spread on my bread,
Cold white milk and an apple so red,
Yes, these are the foods that are best, I know,
Because they help me to grow and grow!
Green Says Go
Green says, “Go!” (march in
Go! Go! Go!
Yellow says, “Slow!” (march slowly)
And red says, “Stop!” (stop suddenly)
Go, go, go! (march fast)
Slow…slow…slow. (march slowly)
And STOP! (stop suddenly)
If you have on red-
touch your head
If you have on blue-
touch your shoe
If you have on green-
make a face that's mean
If you have on yellow-
If you have on orange-
If you have on brown-
If you have on black-
make your hands go smack
If you have on purple-