The Crayon Box that Talked is written by Shane DeRolf. After hearing, a box of crayon squabble, a little girl decides to buy the box and teach them a great lesson about being unique and getting along.
My Crayons Talk is written by Patricia Hubbard with wonderful illustrations by G. Brian Karas. This little girl in the story has quite the imagination which comes alive through her crayons.
And we can't forget about little Harold...This classic written over 50 years ago, is still loved by children today!
After reading the stories, have fun with one or more of the learning activities below...
1. Printable story props from Kidz Club
1. Crayon Color Matching from a to z teachers stuff
2. Crayon Colors Printable book from a to z teacher stuff A little printable book with the pattern, “I see a ______ crayon.” Students can color the crayons on each page and read the book.
3. Crayon Math Mats from a to z teacher stuff
4. Crayon Printables from Scholastic
5. Mr. Rodgers Video- How Crayons are Made
Have fun reading, learning, and playing with CRAYONS!
Written by Jen