Join us for our second year as a co-host of the Virtual Book Club for Kids! ¬†Each month we will join in by reading the set book (or a related book) and post recipes, activities, crafts etc related to this.
The art and craft dedicated site CrArty will also be joining in with some art and craft ideas too!
Read the co-founders introductory posts here and remember to check in every week for more ideas from Witty Hoots and CrArty.
Easy to Cook Baked Apples We are making baked apples this week which focuses on our cooking skills as we join in with the Virtual Book Club. ¬†The featured book is 10 Red Apples by Pat Hutchins. ¬†A delightful counting book with some fantastic illustrations and a quirky storyline Read More
Calming Sensory Playdough We’ve made Calming Sensory Playdough after reading this week’s Virtual Book Club book, Time for Bed by Mem Fox. ¬†This is a simple and easy dough to make which can help little ones calm down in their play before bedtime. ¬†We loved making and Read More
Happy Face Sand Tray Big Owl Little Owl welcomes you to the Virtual Book Club for Kids – this week we read Should I Share My Ice Cream by Mo Williems. ¬†This is a great book for exploring friendships, sharing and moral dilemmas with preschoolers! The book starts with Gerald Read More
Colour Mixing Ice Cream? Peakles and I are excited about this week’s book for the Virtual Book Club which is Should I Share My Ice Cream? by Mo Williems. ¬†This¬†is a new book for us and we all enjoyed reading it. ¬†We loved the dilemma that faces Gerland the Elephant when he Read More
Trace Your Name with Fingerprint Apples Big Owl Little Owl would like to welcome you to the Virtual Book Club for Kids – this week we read 10 Apples up on Top by Dr Suess. ¬†This is a great book for building excitement, learning numbers and words through repetition¬†and is Read More
Are Apples Round? Peakles and I love this month’s book for the Virtual Book Club which is 10 Apples up on Top by Dr Suess. ¬†This was one of our favourite books when Peakles was a toddler. ¬†She loved joining in and became obsessed with apple counting in the supermarket! ¬†She Read More
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