The Little Lamb {learning through literature}

My son loves all of the books written by Judy Dunn with photographs by Phoebe Dunn.  These books were written in the 1970s and I remember them from my childhood.  The photographs are stunning and simple.  They always include a cute and believable storyline about a young child and their journey with a lovable little animal.

The Little Lamb by Phoebe and Judy Dunn

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Making crowns out of dandelions like Emmy and her lamb.

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Brushing our hair like the lamb had his wool coat brushed.

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May joined too and played with her little lamb ♥

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I made a simple sensory bin that only included little lambs and tractors.  The base was ground corn, found in the pets department, and I included some spoons and bowls for John to use.  I think this was his absolute favorite sensory bin.  I loved watching him play and explore and imagine.
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Driving his Gator in the corn.
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Happy learning and reading and playing,

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