Who’s over the Rainbow?

by on April 16th, 2014
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April is a great time to talk to your kids about rain and all the wonders of spring. Green grass, flowers, warm sun, and worms.

Yes, kids like to talk about worms.

Recently, it rained on my way home from work. Halfway home dark clouds parted and a bit of sun peeked through. I thought, “Maybe I’ll get to see a rainbow” and, as if on command, a beautiful rainbow appeared.

I couldn’t ask for better story to share with the kids at outreach, or a better story to read aloud than “Wow! Said the Owl” by Tim Hopgood.

This sweet story is about an owl who stays up all day and discovers a world of colors, beginning with the yellow sun, to the blue sky, the red butterflies and the green leaves to the rainbow filling the sky. It’s a perfect book to introduce little ones to the world of color.

Click here for a fun rainbow activity you can do with your child(ren) at home!

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