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Tina the Tiny Train and Clock Activities and Craft

Choo-Choo! All aboard! Meet Tina the Tiny Train. Children will have fun learning to tell time as a train picks up different objects whose names begin with the letter t, such as a tiger, a tulip, a trumpet, and a tomato. It's also a great book to introduce your children to the initial consonant blend /tr/ sound.

Five Little Octopuses Activities and Craft

Children will have fun learning about octopuses as they complete the online book activities. They will learn scientific vocabulary such as the word "camouflage" as they delve deep under the ocean to read about five little octopuses that change colors and then disappear, until eventually there are none.

Lily and Bud Book Activities and Craft

Lily and her dog Bud are best friends and are having fun playing together in the sun. After Bud jumps in some mud, Lily scrubs Bud in the tub until he is clean.

Preschool and Kindergarten Summer Reading Fun

Summer reading is an important way to prevent your children from learning losses over the summer. Research shows that summer reading can make a significant difference in a child's overall academic achievement, and it keeps them mentally fit and ready to start the new school year with success. Inspire a love of reading during the summer months in your emergent readers as they practice reading.

Seed to Plant Books and Rhymes

Books, rhymes, and songs are a perfect way for young children to learn about seeds, what plants need to grow, and which kinds of seeds we eat. Teach the letter S for Seeds and Sunflower, or B for Beans, and let children explore all kind of seeds in your preschool and kindergarten settings. Enjoy our collection of both fiction and non-fiction seed to plant books.

Chicken, Chicks, Hens, and Eggs Books, Rhymes, and Songs

Cluck, cluck little hen, how many eggs do you got? Enjoy our collection of chickety-chick fun chicken rhymes, songs, and books.

Rainbows and Leprechaun Books and Rhymes

Mix a beautiful rainbow with some lucky leprechauns and you got the perfect combination to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

A Leprechaun All Small and Green

Adapted by Jolanda Garcia, KidsSoup, Inc.

Groundhog Day Activities and Rhymes

Groundhog Day is February 2nd. The legend says that if Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog, sees his shadow on February 2nd, then there will be six more weeks of winter weather. If he does not see his shadow, then spring is just around the corner. Celebrate Groundhog Day with your kids with some fun Groundhog Day activities, books, rhymes, and crafts.

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