The Adventures of Roy G. Biv: the color Orange
Updated: Jan 15
Well howdy friends,
You can pick up a new Grab-n-Go activity bag from the library each week during Summer Reading, June 1-August 8! Our sweet old chameleon pal, Roy, has been helping us to prepare some awesme activities to keep your hands & your minds busy all summer.
This week, we explored the color ORANGE:
What words rhyme with "orange?" Jump around while you practice rhyming:
(For older readers, here is an interesting explanation of slant rhyme)
Did you know that orange is considered a secondary color; a color made by mixing together other colors. You can make the orange hue by mixing Red & Yellow.
The sun, our dear orange friendly star in the sky, giver of life to our planet. You can practice Surya Namaskar, or Salute the Sun every morning:
Now, let's see what Ms. Annie & Roy are up to this week:
Once you have made your stamps, think about different ways to use them! Try to print a design onto a card for a friend, or large pieces of newsprint to make wrapping paper. You can explore traditional block printing in action with Adinkra made by Ghanian artists or artisans in India.
Remember, Summer Reading starts June 1. All ages are invited to participate---we have something for everyone, babies to adults. Prizes! Activities! Reading! All ages are invited to participate! Patrons can complete a virtual or in-person experience. Registration for Summer Reading with Hampton Community Library can be done online or in-person at the library.