Watermelon books for preschoolers are the perfect way to introduce your child to the fun and delicious fruit.
It’s summertime and that means spending lazy days by the pool or at the beach. What better way to enjoy the hot weather than with a delicious slice of watermelon?
Not only does this fruit taste great, but it’s also a fun one for kids to explore. Here are some watermelon books for kids that will introduce your preschooler to this fun fruit.
If you’re like me, you can’t wait to get your hands on some sweet, juicy watermelon when summer arrives.
I love enjoying a big slice of watermelon at a picnic or barbecue, but I also love incorporating it into my kids’ diets.
Watermelon is a great fruit for preschoolers because it’s packed with nutrients and it’s easy to eat.
Watermelon is a favorite fruit of preschoolers and parents alike. What could be more fun than incorporating this delicious fruit into learning activities?
Here are four ideas to get you started:
This summer, preschoolers can practice the alphabet with this free watermelon letter recognition activity.
Summer is the perfect time to make this adorable paper plate watermelon craft. It’s so easy for preschoolers to make this adorable paper plate craft!
This watermelon printable is perfect for your summer lesson plans! Kids ages 3-6 can practice fine motor skills, counting, and the letter Ww.
These Watermelon Cutting Practice Sheets are perfect for National Watermelon Day. You’ll love seeing your preschoolers work on their scissor skills.
Watermelon Books for Preschoolers
These books are packed with colorful pictures and fun stories that will keep your little one entertained for hours on end. Happy reading!
Here is a list of watermelon themed books that are perfect for preschoolers:
In this deceptively simple counting book, Max and Josephine tend their garden while readers follow along, counting from one to ten as the garden is planted.
Then readers can count in groups of tens as the garden is harvested, while they search through the pictures for the many small animals that are hiding throughout.
Watermelon Party is based on a real event that happened at Rocky Ridge Refuge.
One July 4th, Janice put out a watermelon, and one by one the animals gathered around the watermelon, sharing in its juicy sweetness side by side, despite their differences in species and size.
It is the perfect story of friendship, love, animal rescue, and good, old summertime fun!
Noura is crazy about watermelon!
She wants to eat nothing else, every day, at every meal. In fact, Noura thinks there is no such thing as too much watermelon.
Until one night, when the watermelon she has hidden in her room to eat all by herself begins to grow and Noura gets taken on a wild watermelon adventure!
Chasing Watermelons is a delightful story of a young duck and his friends' escapades as they attempt to catch elusive watermelons for a watermelon feast.
They learn the importance of friendship and perseverance as they find themselves in each new predicament.
With perfect comic pacing, Greg Pizzoli introduces us to one funny crocodile who has one big fear: swallowing a watermelon seed.
What will he do when his greatest fear is realized? Will vines sprout out his ears? Will his skin turn pink?
This crocodile has a wild imagination that kids will love.
Once upon a time, a young girl named Runski Punski and her friends were chasing each other around her back yard.
Suddenly, Runski Punski discovered a new and fun type of footwear. Soon, all her friends, and all the kids in town, wanted to join in the fun.
Along the way, there were a few minor difficulties. Read and enjoy the story to find out what happens.
Preserve your little one’s handprint with this adorable watermelon handprint keepsake art project.
Your kids will love getting their wiggles out with this “one in a melon” watermelon bubble pop fidget toy.