Crafts are a great way to visualize stories! In the classroom or homeschool, use these 25+ crafts that were inspired by children’s books!
Practice vocabulary and storytelling with this activity for The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick!
With the spunky book Froggy Gets Dressed, play dress-up with flannel pieces!
Mo Willems is one of my favorite children’s authors. Create a new toy, just like Piggie!
Fancy Nancy represents all things girly. Create a new feather pen, just like Fancy Nancy!
What happens if you give a mouse a cookie? Have fun with this puppet art project.
Chameleons are a fun way to explore color. With a ziplock bag, learn all about colors with The Mixed Up Chameleon.
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin shows that the way to a dragon’s heart is through his stomach! Put together these tacos, made from paper plates, to go along with the story.
Read Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type and get inspiration for this cow mask.
The Giving Tree is an excellent story of giving. Use it to learn about your own family tree a little bit.
If you’re looking for a Dr. Seuss craft, try this activity inspired by Put Me in the Zoo!
Inspired by The Kissing Hand, put together a raccoon, made out of hearts!
Inspired by The Cat in the Hat, create Thing 1 and Thing 2 out of toilet paper rolls. Or, cut up a paper towel roll.
The pigeon needs a bath! This is a simple but memorable vision to the classic Mo Willems story.
Recreate the Knuffle Bunny with a paper plate in this cute craft! Have kids color it as you read the story, and you can finish the craft at the end.
From Pete the Cat, create these groovy-looking button cookies!
Where The Wild Things Are is such a classic. Create the monster and practice counting with this game.
Whether it is for a party or a classroom, create this paper plate photo prop inspired by The Cat!
The caterpillar loves to eat! Use the book to try this threading activity.