Mary has a little green lamb, little green lamb, little green lamb.
Mary has a little green lamb whose fleece is green as grass.
For the next verse, you will need another colored sheep and something to compare that color too. For example, red as strawberries or yellow as the sun.
For this program, I made 4 sets of 6 sheep. The pattern is available at Making Learning Fun. While the other blogs used googly eyes, I used puffy paint as my kids like to pick the eyes off of whatever pieces I let them play with. Instead of felt, I used fun foam because I liked the vibrant colors for the pieces. For each set, I have the song typed out, similar to how it is above. For activities where kids are doing it themselves, I like to type the color names in that color font. It is a way to reinforce that word. If kids see "green" typed as green, the colored green font gives them a hint to what the word is.
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