If you are a long-time reader of Rainy Day Mum you will know that we love connecting Books and Activities and have done for years with our Virtual Book Club for Kids. However, this has always focused on preschoolers and toddlers. But, there’s no reason to stop when you kids can read. So for this school year, we have decided to start a new series of Book Based Activities for Kids around The Magic Tree House books for kids from 6 – 9 years old.

children around a map text reads Magic Tree House Activities for 6 - 9 Year Olds
Follow along and share great activities with your kids inspired by The Magic Tree House Series of Books

The Magic Tree House Book Series

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When my eldest was progressing with the reading I got really fed up with the Biff and Chip books that the school provided so I asked friends around the world for another series that is good for readers starting on their chapter book journey and the most popular series was The Magic Tree House Books by Mary Pope Osborne.

I quickly bought the first 4 books in a set and we sat down and read them. J loved the adventures and you could see his reading develop as we whizzed through the books.

But, even better it got me thinking as a teacher how I could use them as a starting point for great topic and unit work. Exploring the themes more, learning through activities and connecting across the curriculum.

It’s a few years later and my youngest is now reading them and as she is someone that loves to learn I’ve decided to put our ideas into action and so our Magic Tree House Book Based Activities Series on Rainy Day Mum has been born.

filling in a magic tree house map to accompany the series as we read along

One of the first areas we are covering is Geography. With every book, we are filling in our watercolour Magic Tree House Map. The map is available to our subscribers via our Magic tree House Book Newsletter find out how to join below.

Join Along Discovering History, Geography and More with The Magic Tree House Books and activities

Why not join us with this books based series of activities for 6 – 9-year-olds by signing up for our Newsletter and getting the activities in your inbox it’s the perfect way to explore areas that schools just don’t have time to cover and expand your child’s knowledge of the world.

Magic Tree House Book Based Activities

Each fortnight (every 2 weeks) we will feature at least one brand new activity for school kids here on Rainy Day Mum on the theme of the books in their order. So starting off with a Dinosaur Activity for Dinosaurs Before Dark.

At the same time, a team of other bloggers will also be creating activities and resources around the books that you can do as well.

We will be sharing those in our newsletter too!

Book Based Activities for The Magic Tree House Series by Mary Pope Osborne

Below you will find a list of the books, with the featured activity plus links to the book-themed activities as we update this.

But first the books, we have found it’s cheaper to buy the books either second hand or to get the sets instead. Below you will find links on the images to Amazon to the first 12 books (that’s what we will cover in the next 24 weeks+) and a box set of the first 28 which will save you lots of buying them individually.

So here we go an introduction our book based activities for the Magic Tree House Book Series by Mary Pope Osborne.

Bookmark or Pin this image to return to and if you wish to have the activities straight to your inbox then sign up at the bottom of the email for our series.

Check out our Magic Tree House Map to accompany the series as we explore the countries featured in the books.

unit studies inspired by the Magic Tree House books for kids from age 6 - 9
Magic Tree House Unit Studies for Kids from Age 6 – 9 years old
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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

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