February 13

Sing a Song

Purple Violets

Do you like flowers? Here is a poem you can read together about a flower called the violet.

One purple violet in our garden grew;
Up popped another and that made two.
Two purple violets were all that I could see;
But Billy found another and that made three!
I’d make a wreath for Mother,
And that would make four
Four purple violets—sure as you’re alive!
Why here is another and now there are five!

One More Story

When you visit this website tomorrow there will be two new books for you to enjoy. Visit your local library to take home a copy of this book or click here to find your local public library. Check here to see what books are coming next or look back on what we’ve read so far this year.

Try This

Today’s color is your choice!

Try and visit the library today! Help your child find lots of books with colors.

Check out Eric Carle’s “Brown Bear Brown Bear” and “Harold and the Purple Crayon.”

Practice the I Can Read Colors poem.

I Can Read Colors

Orange is an orange;
Yellow is the sun;
Brown is a bear;
and purple is a plum;
Red is an apple;
Green is a tree;
Black is an old man’s hat;
I can read, listen to me!

Explore More

  • Hole Punch Paper Mosaic Craft – Eric Carle makes pictures for his books using mosaics. You can try these mosaic projects using nothing but paper.