Introduce the youngest of children to the celebrations surrounding Independence Day with Curious George: Parade Day!
Perez, Monica & Cynthia Platt.
Curious George: Parade Day.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Review copy provided courtesy of publisher.
Curious George: Parade Day introduces children to the iconic symbols of America and Independence Day. It doesn't get more American than the classic apple pie... or does it? From apple pie to the traditional 4th of July fireworks, families across America will participate in a variety of traditions this Independence Day. The text in Curious George: Parade Day is simplistic and in some cases rhyming... each symbol representative of America's independence has it's own page and significance in the story, making it perfect as a stand alone read (each page a different day) or as a book in it's entirety.
This is definitely a book you'll want to use if you have a little one who is old enough to begin recognizing July 4th as an American holiday! It's simple and fun to read with a much-loved character returning to introduce American traditions and for this $7.99 board book edition, how could you go wrong? It'll last for years to come!
- Work together to bake an apple pie.
- Pack a picnic.
- Head to a local parade.
- Enjoy a picnic in the park, and turn it into a "counting picnic" as Curious George does, counting all of the fun things around you... kites, hats, trees, dogs, etc.
- Spend some time at a local playground, playing as a family.
- Create your own "Lady Liberty" costumes or make patriotic parade wear!
- Put on some "jammies" and head out to the local fireworks display!
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