At Little Lamb Daycare in Eugene, Oregon they spent the day reading and discussing, “Jack and Beanstalk,” as their topic of the day!
Book Activities and Crafts
Activities Based on Children’s Books
Students at Discovery Isle in Oceanside read the wonderful book, “The Giving Tree,” by Shel Silverstein and then proceeded to do activities related to it! The Intermediate-level class spent the rest of the week doing these activities to learn about the importance of pure love and the generosity represented by the Giving Tree.
The letter E and its lowercase version of e is very important. The fifth letter in the alphabet it is a vowel and occurs in many words.
The book , “10 Little Rubber Ducks,” by Eric Carle is beloved by children all around the World, and at Sunshine and Rainbows Learning Center in Joliet, Illinois they did a number of fun activities with their own little rubber ducks inspired by the book!
Here is Mrs. Brittany’s class at Elite Education in Gallatin, Tennessee we read, “How to Catch a Monster.” Then we created our own monsters as a fun craft activity and also wrote about how we would catch them! Check it out below and then get a free template so you can do it with your own class as well!
These teachers are amazingly creative! Each year we hold a literary pumpkin contest and we think this year they have gone above and beyond. It will be hard to choose a winner for sure!
“The Legend of Spookley The Square Pumpkin,” is a wonderful children’s book by Joe Troiano (the Author) and Susan Banta (the Illustrator). The book is all about learning how it is okay to be different and it is a wonderful message to teach.