Further the picture book fun!
Choose from a wide range of downloadable activity guides that have been specially designed to work with my books. These guides are jam packed with math, reading, art, science, and loads of learning fun!
One Blue Gnu (March 1, 2022)
You can count on tons of fun with this “gnu” activity guide! Identify objects (then find the images hiding in the book), make a “pizza” then count the toppings, color One Blue Gnu, trace the names of Gun’s friends, talk about the book with discussion questions for before, during, and after reading, plus more!
Swallow the Leader
Nothing fishy here! This activity guide is filled deep as the ocean with fun things to do. Draw and count your favorite color fish (compare and contrast), sing songs, make a paper flag and play Follow the Leader (the leader gets to hold the flag), and count goldfish crackers then pretend you are a shark and eat them all up!
Kids, grab a copy of the book and throw a pajama party for all your friends with this activity guide! Here, you’ll find printable party invitations, goosey name tags, fun games, easy snacks to make, and even a Georgie Porgy doorknob hanger to mark your reading spot!
This amazing 40 page activity guide is chock full of learning fun. From math cards, color pages, vocabulary games, compare and contrast, comprehension and writing prompts, to making your own rubber! Plus, don’t miss the four pages of Creative Mind Activities in the back of the book in (Spanish and English).
Finish your journey through the tundra with an activity guide for all ages. Draw a picture of the northern lights, practice writing and story telling with a colorful exercise, make cool snow for sensory play, test story comprehension with Q & A, and play a game that’s as bright as the Aurora Borealis.
Make your own Little Golden Book
Kids will have fun making their own Little Golden Books complete with the trademark golden spine and special, “this book belongs to” page. Just download and print it in color!
Two at the Zoo/Dos En El Zoologico
Here, you’ll find discussion questions in English for before, during, and after reading the book. Then let the guide move you through separate activities for kids in pre-K to 2nd grade. There are creative writing, counting, and art projects including mapping the zoo and making zoo entry tickets (just like in the book!) to share with family and friends!
Arrr ye ready to have some fun? This activity guide includes discussion questions for before, during and after story time plus a scavenger hunt (colors and writing), shared reading (color cards), color survey (graphing & feelings), and a Finding Treasure art project.
A Wild Cowboy
This guide includes discussion questions and projects appropriate for book clubs, literature circles, and classroom discussions. It is intended to provoke thought and insight into the subject and themes of this book, including imagination, routines,
family, and the wild, wild west.
A Brave Spaceboy
This guide includes discussion questions and projects appropriate for book clubs, literature circles, and classroom discussions. It is intended to provoke thought and insight into the subject and themes of this book, including imagination, fear, play,
family, and moving.