Springtime Books for Children

Here in New Jersey, it’s been feeling like Spring has arrived early! In the past, the onset of warmer weather brought out many Read Aloud sessions for my toddler class, centered around Spring!

Here are some books I’ve used in my Seasons curriculum when sharing with young learners about Spring:

Little Yellow Bee by Ginger Swift
This adorable book is perfect for toddlers to enjoy! This book is extra chunky and durable for young readers, and the images are lovely!

And Then It’s Spring by Julie Fogliano
This story shows the beauty of life blooming at the onset of spring! The rich images display life above and below the soil!

Spring Is Here by Taro Gomi
The first time I read Spring Is Here to my classroom, the children were immediately drawn to the rich images of the outside world as the seasons change. This book is a big favorite of mine!

One Bean by Anne Rockwell
This story focuses more on the gardening aspect of spring, yet it provides rich images for children in learning how to care for plants in the warmer weather.

When Spring Comes by Kevin Henkes
This beautiful story holds rich images of the process our surroundings goes through when the barren fields of winter explode in color!

Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson
Bear Wants More is such an endearing story about a bear coming out of winter’s hibernation phase with a huge appetite!
(I also recommend Bear Snores On, which features Bear in his long hibernation period during the winter, while his friends try to socialize with him!)

Of course, there are sooo many more books I love to read to children, but these titles are some of my faves!

Published by Woven From Words

Book Blogger & Reviewer from Central NJ. Always with a book in my hand & a story in my heart!

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