Preschool Storytime: The Color of Summer

Hi friends! Thanks for joining me at Storytime with Miss Theresa. Today Boomer and I will be reading a beautiful book called, Summer Color! by Diana Murray.

Caregiver Tip

Children need to be active and outdoor play allows them to get fresh air and explore their environment. It improves their physical development, helps them improve social skills, strengthens imagination and develops an appreciation for nature. They also get to see all the beautiful colors of nature. Play in your yard, go to the park, or hit the trails around where you live. You and your kids will have fun exploring your world  together!

More Fun

Check out preschool STEAM activities about color.

Show what you know as you move and sing to The Color Song by The Learning Station.


Make your own 3D rainbow.

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I have worked with preschool children for more than 30 years, both as a teacher and as an Outreach Storyteller. I like to cook, tend to my vegetable garden, and make jam and pickles in my spare time. I love cats! If you want a great picture book, I'm happy to help you out.