Books about sand for preschoolers

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books about sand for preschoolers

Sea, Sand, Me! by Patricia Hubbell

It is hard not to get swept up in the light, wonderful feel of this story. In this story, a young girl is going to travel to the beach. Once there, she makes a friend and they have all sorts of fun beach adventures. When the day is over they part ways, but she hopes she will see him again one day. Written in a playful verse, this book is easy to read and has great illustrations. This book would be great to read to a child who is going to the beach for the first time, or just anyone who enjoys a good story about meeting new friends. I would recommend this book for pre-k through first grade.
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Even our big kids enjoy these treasured picture books! Turtle, Turtle, Watch Out! We usually travel to Daytona Beach every year with my grandmother.

Exploring the ocean, tide pools and the beach is great to do in person but if you are landlocked you can still share the wonders of the ocean with your children with great picture books. If you can go explore the beach reading books about the beach for kids like these before and after are a great way of deepening their hands on experience. Otto Goes to the Beach by Todd Parr. I really enjoy this book and so have my kids. Otto is a dog who goes to the beach but no one wants to do the same things as he does, even the fish swim the other way. In the end after feeling very sad Otto finds a new friend and all his misery is forgotten. I love Todd Parr books, I love the insanely bright colors, the cute simplistic illustrations and I love the messages they send.

Summer is here, which means sunshine, warm weather and beaches! You can find these books at your local library or purchase through the affiliate links provided for your convenience. Not to mention other hazards such as sea monsters, falling coconuts, seagulls, pirates and lobsters. What Lives in a Shell? But for some animals a shell is a home. Snails and turtles and crabs and clams all have shells that act as their homes and protect them from harm. Rhythmic language guides children through the passage of a single day of fun at the seaside—splashing, playing in the waves, boating, fishing, identifying wildlife, and more.

1 COMMENTS

  1. David S. says:

    Whether you and the kiddos will be feeling beach sand between your toes this summer or just the stuff from the neighborhood sandbox, a great book about the sun and surf is always in season.

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