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How about Grandpas Handkerchief? It has lovely bright pictures. The story goes through Grandpas week. On Monday he uses his yellow hanky to wave to the trains, on Tuesday he uses his white hanky for bandaging a knee, each day of the week he uses a different colour hanky for something. It's by Dorothy Clark.

Is there one called The Big Red Bus Ride? Elmer, of course, Green Eggs and Ham and The Mixed Up Chameleon - just a few I thought of, hope it helps a bit.

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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?

Chidi only likes blue

Elmer

Red rockets and rainbow jelly

Rainbow fish

I think Shirley Hughes did a book about colours - but I cant recall it at the moment

 

Jo

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Welcome bonny. :D

 

Brown bear, brown bear, what can you see?

One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish

Chidi only likes blue (An African book of colours)

Elmer

Colours we eat (lots of different ones)

 

I'm sure there are lots more. :)

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Christina Rossetti's poem - What is Pink?

 

Is lovely and is great to use as a writing frame for children's own ideas and poem. I have used it really successfully with Year R, Year 1 and Year2 even to Year 5 and had some fab poems and illustrations. Made a great display too but unfortunately havent got any pics.

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