I Like the Wildflowers (FREE printable book)

April 20, 2010

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We just can’t help ourselves! We have spring fever!!! When the hillsides are covered with flowers it’s hard to stay inside. So we’re out enjoying the world.  Here is another FREE printable book for you and your children to enjoy. This book is a song adaptation to I Love the Mountain.  Head over to our post I Love the Mountains song adaptation for the words and tune. Look for the printable book link at the end of the story.


I like the red flowers.


I like the blue flowers.


I like the purple flowers.


I like the white flowers.


I like the wildflowers blooming on the hillside.


Boom-dee-ah-da! Boom-dee-ah-da!


Boom-dee-ah-da! Boom-dee-ah-da!

(Wait just one minute .  .  . we’ve got to wipe the tears from our eyes. These two brothers are too sweet! Okay, we can go on now. Have we ever mentioned we cry a lot?!)

Print this book: I Like the Wildflowers


Tomorrow we’ll share our field trip to Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. This was our view after a climb up the tower. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is an excellent resource for wildflower information. There is an education section with FREE PDF documents.

Do you have spring fever? What is your favorite spring outing?

Life with Joyce and Jeannine

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Tiffany April 20, 2010 at 2:16 pm

Hopefully by this time next year it will be my backyard. Right now I love my morning walks with the boys. It is the most (and usually only) peaceful part of my day.

Amanda April 20, 2010 at 8:36 pm

I am missing the wildflowers bad and these pictures just make me sad. Because I miss you guys and the beautiful landscapes. I think I have seen maybe 10 bluebonnets in Baytown. Now I am going to cry.

Tracye April 22, 2010 at 6:19 pm

The bluebonnets in San Antonio are brilliant this year. Give us 25″ of rain and God will give us a masterpiece with the most vibrant colors. Head up to Llano and Marble Falls for some of the most amazing bluebonnets seen in over 40 years according to Mom who has lived on Lake LBJ since 1967.

Jeannine April 24, 2010 at 3:27 pm

Thanks for the tip Tracye! The wildflowers are so gorgeous this year! Now the sea of blue has turned to flowers of golden sunshine. It really is breathtaking.

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