Two things make a pair.
(Hold up two fingers.)
And on me, I’ll show you where.
(Point to self.)
I have two ears, and I have two eyes.
(Point to ear and eyes.)
Both are important to make me wise!
I have two holes in my nose.
(Point to nose.)
That lets me smell a beautiful rose.
(Pretend to smell a rose.)
I have two hands that clap a beat.
(Clap hands to underlined words.)
I have two feet that are really neat!
(Jump when saying the word neat!)
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.
Today, you and your child count the socks in your house, singly and in pairs. Talk about things that come in pairs.
- Polar Pairs – Can you find the matching animals?
- Butterfly Matching – Match the butterfly wings that are the same and watch the butterfly fly away!