They’ll love them so much, they’ll be begging you to read them again!
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Sweet, Enchanting Stories About Colours
Chameleon wants to be like all the other animals and have a colour of his own. He settles on a green leaf and thinks he’s found his colour.
But as the leaf changes with the seasons, so does he.
Then a friend just like him comes along. And having a colour of his own doesn’t matter anymore.
Even the smallest kids will be able to follow the basic text in this short story.
It’s the underlying message of being content with who you are that makes this a must-have for any bookshelf!
Duncan’s crayons are missing from the box because they’ve quit. Read the letter from each of the different colours to find out why they’ve had enough.
Will Duncan be able to do enough to win them back?
This cleverly written story quickly will draw little ones in.
You won’t mind reading this book for the 10th time because the hilarious letters will entertain you too!
Follow a young bear and he discovers more about his world through a rainbow of colours.
And don’t forget to take time looking at the last page. It’s great for getting your toddler involved in finding the colours themselves!
Join the brown bear as he sees lots of different coloured animals looking at him.
The same pattern of words makes this book easy for toddlers to memorise.
So they’ll soon be reading along with you.
Baby bear is curious about the world.
Watch as he explores all the different colours outside with his Mama. They see green leaves, blue jays and more!
Your toddler will love finding the different things in this short, sweet story. It’s sure to be a family favourite for years to come.
Watch the Dog go about his day collecting different coloured spots. From jam to blue paint, pink ice cream and more.
Kids will have lots of fun learning the colours, counting the spots and predicting what will happen next!
This book of colours has simple rhymes for young toddlers. And engaging illustrations from Dr Seuss’ most popular books. Including The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.
Even young toddlers will be able to follow and understand this book.
This book tells young readers the different colours the characters are similar to.
For example, Duck is yellow like a field of buttercups.
Toddler’s associate colours with particular objects from a young age. So books like this help them with this.
Read more: How to Teach Your Toddler Colours
Interactive Books to Help Kids Learn Colours
This book is unlike traditional storybooks. But it’s an engaging, hands-on way for your little one to learn colour names.
Watch the colours magically appear as you add water to the pages. It’s ideal for bath time or you can use paintbrush and water instead!
Watch the magic for yourself with this Youtube video.
Read all about the different colour cars with this simple rhyming text.
This clever book has pull-down tabs which make the cars change colours.
Your toddler will love the magic of this and they’ll soon be predicting what colour comes next!
Help the different characters find their friends in this fun and engaging book.
Your toddler will enjoy revealing each pop-up surprise. They’ll also learn basic colour names at the same time!
This personalised colours book comes from Wonderbly. The company that wrote the best selling personalised book The Boy Who Lost His Name. (If you don’t already know about this book, you have to check it out!)
There are so many fantastic ways you can personalise this book. You can:
- Choose the characters skin colour (something that’s vital for me if I’m buying personalised books).
- Write a sweet dedication
- Choose the cover colour
- Choose a hard or softcover.
Do you want to know the best part?
That’s our list of great picture books about colours, complete
They’re perfect for helping your toddler learn colour names. They’ll have so much fun, they won’t even realise they’re learning.
Books are just one of the ways to help your toddler learn to recognise colours. See our other blog posts for more fun ideas, games, activities and tips on how to teach your toddler colours.