Summer is a great time to bring out the books and have fun with literacy especially now schools are out. Here’s 10 fun ideas for some literacy fun this summer.
After a visit to an aquarium read The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister and play this sight word game with your kids.
A fantastic activity for toddlers – create their own biography with you – this is such a wonderful idea and perfect to do over the summer with your kids from House of Burke.
Create some emotion story stones for some prompts to get your kids creating their own stories these ones from Where Imagination Grows are great.
Work on letters sounds and words with this fantastic football world cup themed game from J Daniel4’s Mom.
Help younger children learn their name with this simple to create Fine Motor Skills Name Game from House of Burke.
Bringing Books Alive
Get crafty with bringing books alive like our Ladybug Sun Catcher to bring alive the book Yoo Hoo Ladybug by Mem Fox.
Another Mem Fox book from 3 Dinosaurs with a simple craft to bring alive Where is the Green Sheep.
Really bring the book alive with some role play – and this Peter Pan themed imaginative play from Joys of the Journey.
The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle is a fantastic book to read with kids and Buggy and Buddy are bringing it alive with a fun Maths Game for kids and Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails is bringing is alive with a sensory bin.
Welcome back to another week of Tuesday Tots there was a fantastic set of crafts, activities, learning and family fun linked up last week I really love visiting the blogs to see what you have been up to as well as deciding on my theme for the week.
Tuesday Tots is cohosted by Learn with Play at Home, One Perfect Day and ourselves and each week we feature ideas on our blogs as well as share via our Pinterest Board.
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