It’s Playtime! Reading Activities

This week on It’s Playtime… Reading Activities!

It's playtime reading activities

1. New York in Pajamarama + Cityscape Sponge Art  {What Do We Do All Day?}
2. Magic Tree House – Tree House {A Mom with a Lesson Plan}
3. The Caboose Who Got Loose: Train Book Review & Play  {Play Trains}
4. Jack and the Beanstalk Craft and Math Activity  {Fantastic Fun and Learning}
5. Edward the Emu – Easy Animal Charades  {A Mom with a Lesson Plan}
6. People of the Corn – Book and Craft  {Toddling in the Fast Lane}
7. Too Many Fairies – A Fairy Play {A Mom with a Lesson Plan}
8. Giraffe’s Can’t Dance – Story + Art {Red Ted Art’s Blog}
9. Cuckoo by Lois Ehlert  {Rainy Day Mum}
10. Charlotte’s Web Activity {A Mom with a Lesson Plan}

In true lesson planning form I will be featuring posts that fit into my lesson plan for the week. Next weeks plan is for LETTERS, so dig through your archives and give me your best letter activities along with what you were already planning to link up.

It's Playtime Reading Activities

It’s Playtime is hosted by:

Kids Activities Blog 

Messy Kids

A Mom with a Lesson Plan

How to play:

~ Link up a post about a playful learning experience enjoyed by kids.

~Invite your readers to the weekly play date by  putting a button into your post/blog.  This also gives us a little love and who doesn’t want a little love?

A Mom With a Lesson Plan

~Stop by one of our blogs every Wednesday afternoon and add your link about play. Your link will show up on each of the blogs in the It’s Playtime community.

~ Check to see if your post has been featured by one of the playtime hosts. Each of us will pick our favorite posts to feature. Make sure to grab a button if you’re featured!

A Mom With a Lesson Plan

~ Be sure to visit some of the links that catch your eye. Commenting on posts that you find interesting or inspiring is a wonderful way to develop your own playful community.

Only family-friendly posts accepted.

By linking up you give us permission to grab a picture and feature you here, on a site we write for, on FB or Pinterest. If we share your link, we will always credit you, send people to your original post and use only ONE photo.


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