Activities for Cute Little Learners

Writing

Writing about “Thankful” by Eileen Spinelli

Writing about “Thankful” by Eileen Spinelli

  What are you thankful for? Download our free worksheet so you can draw and write about all the things you are grateful for after reading Thankful by Eileen Spinelli. 

Spooky Writing: A Writing Activity with “Trick or Pete”

Spooky Writing: A Writing Activity with “Trick or Pete”

We integrated writing into our craft for “Trick or Pete” by Kimberly & James Dean. Since “Trick or Pete” is a lift-the-flap book we thought it would be fun to make our own lift-the-flap craft! Under each flap, we drew a “spooky” thing. 

Writing with “Room on the Broom”

Writing with “Room on the Broom”

We have a writing prompt (+ printable!) and some simple drawings your little people can use as a reference to write all about Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. 

Stick & Stone Journal Write

Stick & Stone Journal Write

Pull out your journals and Draw, Dictate, or Write* (or a combination of all three!) to talk about Stick and Stone. Here are our three big questions:

Silly Sally Writing

Silly Sally Writing

Silly Sally goes to town in all sorts of wacky ways. What way would you want to go to town? Let’s write about it!