Preschool Book Inspired Crafts

Today we have five new trending ideas all about Book Inspired Crafts. The first one is The Pigeon Book. The second one is The Very Busy Spider. The third one is The Rainbow Fish. The fourth one is the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. And the last activity is a video about The Hungry Little Caterpillar. Enjoy!


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The Pigeon Book
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The Pigeon Book

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If your kids are anything like mine, they love the Pigeon books by Mo Willems. There’s something about that grumpy little pigeon and those cute illustrations that make the books irresistible. With this latest craft for kids, we decided to combine our love of the pigeon books and our love of handprint arts and crafts. The result was this cute handprint pigeon craft that’s perfect for preschool, kindergarten and elementary students!

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The Very Busy Spider
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The Very Busy Spider

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+3

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Every one of my kids has loved The Very Busy Spider, and it’s one I’ve never bored of reading. The story is about a little spider that spends her day working away, spinning a web. Throughout the day her animal friends come along and invite her to stop working and play with them. But instead of ditching out, she keeps spinning away. She finishes the web at the end of the day and her hard work pays off when she catches a fly in her web.

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The Rainbow Fish
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The Rainbow Fish

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+3

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As part of our Ocean Themed Activities we needed to come up with a book inspired craft that my kids could do with little help from me so we read one of our favorite books, The Rainbow Fish. Then like many wonderful kids crafts start, we grabbed a paper plate and got creative. We figured out how to use a toilet paper roll to paint fish scales so our hands stayed relatively clean (oh ya!) and of course we added sparkly scales to make sure our paper plate fish looked beautiful!

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

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+3 

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If you are regular around here you already know that making crafts based on children’s books is one of my absolute favorite things! I have so many favorites that it was difficult to choose which book to use but we decided to create a Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Kids Craft. The craft is not only bright and colorful, but it’s a great way for preschoolers to review their alphabet. We also used one of our favorite crafting materials to make it, cupcake liners.

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The Hungry Little Caterpillar
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The Hungry Little Caterpillar

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+3

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So, you've had a great rug time - now, how can you reinforce the great children's books you've read with other cross-curricular learning activities? Check out this fun, quick activity built around the Hungry Little Caterpillar.

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