Harold and the Purple Crayon Reader
"One evening, after thinking it over for some time, Harold decided to go for a walk in the moonlight." So begins Harold's story - he takes his purple crayon and begins to draw his adventure. Eventually, he gets tired and is ready to go to bed, but he can't find his window. Although he draws a lot of windows, he just can't seem to get to his - will he be able to find his window so he can go to bed?
Category Description for Five in a Row Literature Unit Studies:
This series provides a wonderful way to nurture your relationship with your children and foster a lifelong adventure of learning. The Five in a Row title comes from reading the same classic children’s book five days in a row as a literature-based unit study to cover social studies, character, language arts, math, science and art. Use as a stand-alone program for preschool, or supplement with phonics and math and use it with older children. Literature selections contain positive moral stories that reflect Biblical values. Choose from many possible activities for each day.