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Instructions: Read the poems below. Look at the lesson picture. What is blue in the picture? What is green in the picture? Look through a window at the view outside. Do you see green grass and blue sky today? Use crayons, colored pencils, pastels, or markers to draw your own blue sky and green grass.

The first verse of 'Great, Wide, Beautiful, Wonderful World' by William Brighty Rands

'Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful World,

With the wonderful water round you curled,

And the wonderful grass upon your breast, —

World, you are beautifully dressed!'

Look out of the window!

Look, look, look!

Sky so blue,

I see you!

Grass so green,

I see you!

I see you and love you,

And so I will color you.