Preschool Storytime: It Looked Like Spilt Milk

What do the clouds look like to you? Today Katie and Boomer read It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Green Shaw. Will you see what they see?

 

Kindergarten Readiness Tip

Frequently talking to children helps them develop their vocabulary. With a strong vocabulary kids are better able to express themselves and have good conversations with you, their friends and their teachers. Anytime is a good time to talk with your kids about their day, what you are doing, what you want to do or what they see in the clouds.

More Fun

Make your own book of clouds. Check out this cloud blots activity by Confidence Meets Parenting.
Cloud Blot Activity

The Kindergarten Connection shows you how to make your own rain clouds with raindrops!
Rain Cloud Craft

Did you know, puffy paint can be used to make window clings? You can use the cloud shapes from our book It Looked Like Spilt Milk or design your own!  Check out how with this information from My Little Bookcase.
Puffy Paint Window Clings

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I am an outreach storyteller for the library. I worked in preschools before arriving at the library. I love my job and hope to help everyone enjoy reading.