Book Activities for Toddlers

Book Activities for Toddlers

Toddlers have their favorite books that they enjoy over and over again. So, it makes sense to use these favorite toddler books and extend them with book activities for toddlers.

Toddler Book Activities

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An ABC activity to do after reading Little Blue Truck.

Time to pick up the letter animals in the blue truck after reading Little Blue Truck by Alice Shertle.—>Little Blue Truck Activity

Learning Your Name is super fun with this Freight Train inspired activity!

Practice learning the letters in your name after reading Freight Train by Donald Crews.—>Freight Train Name Activity

Learn to Spell Your Name with this shape activity inspired by Mouse Shapes by Ellen Stoll Walsh from growingbookbybook.com

Keep the name learning going after reading Mouse Shapes by Ellen Stoll Walsh. Plus, get in a little shape practice.—>Mouse Shapes Activity

Build fine motor skills after reading Llama Llama Red Pajama.—->Llama Llama Red Pajama Activity

Letter recoginition game to compliment the book Tap the Magic Tree from growingbookbybook.com

Play this fun letter game after reading Tap the Magic Tree.—>Tap the Magic Tree Activity

A fun and playful alphabet activity that is a perfect compliment to Pete the Cat Saves Christmas. Toddlers and preschoolers will learn their ABCs with this Christmas themed learning idea.

Pete the Cat is a beloved character.  During the holidays, read Pete the Cat Saves Christmas and then drop those letter packages down the chimney.—>Pete the Cat Saves Christmas Activities

ALPHABET ACTIVITIES TO GO WITH CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM

From finding letters in nature to building fine motor and letter identification skills, there is so much you can after readigng Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.—->Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Activities

Enjoy these toddler book activities with your little ones.

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