As a child, Bernice attended the local Crossroads School and only had a fourth-grade education. Washington -founded Tuskegee Institute. Scott worked as a school bus driver, a church pianist, and for her husband in his business ventures.
The crayons in this box just can't seem to get along. Yellow doesn't like Red and no one likes Orange. And no one here likes Orange, But no one knows just why. But things begin to change when a little girl brings the crayons home and starts coloring with them.
The crayons see that together they can make beautiful pictures. All the colors are important to the big picture. You can read more about this book at Amazon.
Move the crayons as they speak as you read the story. Make happy faces on one side of the crayons and sad faces on the other.
At the end of the story, when the crayons realize that everyone is important, turn the crayons over to the happy side. Print out the Crayon Patterns onto different colors of paper, cut them out, and add faces, hands, and feet.
Member's Free Instant Download At the end of the story the crayons realize that they are all very important when they see a beautiful picture being drawn by the author. You can also draw the picture or have one already drawn as you tell the story.
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