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In Lemonade in Winter, Pauline and John-John's lemonade stand doesn't yield the results they expected (selling tons of lemonade and making lots of money!), but they have fun anyway and learn that there's more than one definition of success!

Tips from a Blind Business Person

Read more tips from a blind actor!

Sing the Lemonade Song!

Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! I made a big sign: FOR SALE LEMONADE Buy a fresh cup; it's all homemade. Water, lemons, a little sugar, too. Mix them all together, to share with you. Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Dad was the first to buy a fresh cup. He took one sip and then drank it all up. My sister asked if she could have one, too. I said "OK." She said, "Thank You!" Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! My whole neighborhood came out to have some. They drank it all up and now I have none. Let's make more, for next Saturday. But for now the stand's closed, come on let's play! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar 25, 50, 75, a dollar Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale! Lemonade, lemonade, come and get your lemonade Lemonade, lemonade, for sale!

Spend, Save, Share

Every person in the world uses money at some point in their lives, so it's important to learn how it works and how to use it well. Whether you get money as a gift or earn it by doing chores, you have several options for what to do with your money!

Hands on Money

Don't want to accidentally pay $20 for a $5 ice cream? Use your sense of touch to tell different coins apart and learn folding techniques to keep track of your different paper bills.

Jokes Around the Lemonade Stand

When sales are sluggish at their lemonade stand, Pauline and John-John draw in customers by singing fun songs and adding decorations. Imagine if they had some good jokes to tell, too!

Lemonade in Winter Activities

On a cold winter day, Pauline and John-John decide to have a lemonade stand!

Describe Dragons Love Tacos Pictures

Blind kids benefit from picture descriptions every bit as much as sighted kids do from seeing the pictures. Don't forget to share these picture descriptions, written by a descriptive audio expert, especially for Great Expectations!

Host a Taco Party!

It's a fiesta!

Create Tactile Mazes

Playing with tactile mazes can be a fun way to talk about movement, getting lost, and plotting a course with your blind child. Does Pete worry if he gets lost? Goodness, no!

Play Charades

You or your child have probably played charades. In a traditional game of charades, one person draws a word, for example, "angry." Without talking, that person acts out the word shaking a fist, stomping, growling any actions that seem angry. Eventually, someone in the group guesses correctly.

Sing Dragons Love Tacos

It's almost impossible to not clap your hands, tap your feet, and move your body when you hear the song, Dragons Love Tacos.

Race Dragons Over Braille

On your mark, get ready, go!

Find Pete! Scavenger Hunt

Pete is waiting for you to find him and has left clues throughout the school! Find Pete and a delicious snack awaits you!