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Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand - Scott Alex
Doggone Lemonade Stand! - Judy Bradbury
Mister Tubby's Lemonade Stand - Linda J. B. Williford
Maisy Makes Lemonade - Lucy Cousins
Songs & Fingerplays
Sing a Song of Lemonade
Sing a song of lemonade.
We'll pour it in a cup.
We'll stir it with a straw
And then we'll sip it up.
It will be so refreshing
We'll have to have some more,
And we'll be drinking lemonade forever, ever more!
Arts & Crafts
Cut a quantity of lemons in half lengthwise. Set several aside to dry slightly. Store the remaining in the refrigerator. Then gather: drying lemon halves, white construction paper, newspaper, and yellow paint. Pour the yellow paint into a pan, and have the child dip the lemon into it. Dab onto newspaper, and then have them make a print on the construction paper. After you finish the prints, make lemonade with the remaining lemons!
In The Kitchen
Princess Pink Lemonade
What You�ll Need
Pink Lemonade (or other pink beverage)
Large, fresh strawberries
Cut the strawberries in half and place one half in each clear plastic cup. Pour lemonade over the top and serve.
2 cups water
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
2 tsp. maraschino cherry juice
Stir all the ingredients in a pitcher. Pour into tall glasses filled with ice cubes or crushed ice. For a sweeter pink lemonade, stir in maraschino cherry juice. For a sweeter pink lemonade, stir in maraschino cherry juice. This summer classic can also be frozen into ice pops or mixed with other fruit juices, such as orange, pineapple, and white grape. Makes about 3 cups.
Children's Lemonade Stand
Let the children set up a Lemonade Stand on those hot summer days when people will be sure to be thirsty. Children will love feeling that they helped. As an extra bonus, this keeps them busy and out of the way.
A small section of the yard, a sign, Lemonade, cups, ice and a small table and chair (for the jr. sales person).
Other comments or suggestions:
Let the children work this. They will get a great feeling of accomplishment at the end of the yard sale.
Children's Lemonade Stand - First Years and Beyond
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