It's fun to learn about colors! After reading books that focus on individual colors, it's time to review them all. The following books are a great way to review the colors with your little ones.
"Freight Train" by Donald Crews: A train with cars of many different colors makes its way down the tracks. It's going, going, gone!
"Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes" by Eric Litwin: Pete loves his white shoes, but every time he steps in something, they turn a new color. Luckily, he loves them no matter what hue they are.
"White Rabbit's Color Book" by Alan Baker: Diving into pots of various colors, White Rabbit learns all about how the colors mix with one another to form new colors.
"Elmer" by David McKee: Unlike other elephants, Elmer's skin is a many-colored patchwork. He's tired of being different, but it turns out that the other elephants love him just the way he is.
"Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Bill Martin Jr.: One colorful animal after another fills the pages of this book, until each one is brought together in a surprising format on the last page.
"What Makes a Rainbow?" by Betty Ann Schwartz: As a young rabbit's animal friends teach him the colors of the rainbow, a rainbow of ribbons appears on the pages of this unique book.
Books are a great way to help your child learn about colors. Your little one will enjoy reviewing colors as you read these six stories together.