Take Your Kids on a Spring Color Hunt
Spring comes early to Silicon Valley where we live, and we have a March tradition – we go on a flower photo hunt. The goal is to find and photograph flowers of every color, and we never have difficulties in finding them. Our garden has many colors too, but we are missing beautiful oranges of California poppies. Luckily, our neighbors down the street have a “wild flower” garden where we can admire native plants all year long.
A Flower Petal Rainbowhere.
Flower Rainbow in Books
Planting a Rainbow by Louis Ehlert is a great book to read before or after a spring color hunt. It also works very well if you are preparing to plant flowers. Smarty loved this book more than Eating the Alphabet, because, in her words, she likes growing flowers more than eating vegetables.
Rainbow Activities and St Patrick’s Day
I link this post to my favorite link ups and sharing days.