Thursday, November 3, 2016

November and December Weekly Book Club for Kids

I can't believe we've already hosted two months of our Weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids! I am loving our creative group and all of the activities that are shared each week. You can join our Weekly Virtual Book Club community on Facebook to see what else everyone is up to and share ideas with over 5,000 creative parents, teachers, and childcare providers.

In November and December we have several other awesome books to share with you! I can't wait to get started! Scroll down to see the themes for each week and check out the featured books. I've included Amazon Affiliate links in this post for your convenience.

Next week we are kicking off November with a gratitude theme! To get started you can check out my favorite gratitude turkey craft we do each Fall.  


November 7-

Theme: Gratitude
Featured Book: Bear Says Thanks by Karma Wilson

Here are some gratitude craft ideas to get you started:

November 14-

Theme: Dinosaurs
Featured Book: Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems

Here are some dinosaur craft ideas to get you started:

November 21-

No Weekly Book Club

November 28-

Theme: Construction
Featured Book: Goodnight Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey

Here are some construction craft ideas to get you started:


Dec 5-

Theme: Gingerbread
Featured Book: The Gingerbread Man by Jim Aylesworth

Here are some gingerbread craft ideas to get you started:

Dec 12-

Theme: Trains
Featured Book: The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg

Here are some train craft ideas to get you started:

Dec 19- Break
Dec 26- Break


Are you joining in this month? Can't wait to see which activities you try! Make sure to read more about how our Weekly Virtual Book Club works HERE and come join our Facebook group to share your ideas and see what everyone else is up to!

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