Here’s the next batch of free activity sheets from children’s book authors and illustrators! Happy creating, colouring and doodling!
Hannah Shaw has written 14 books, both picture books and chapter books, including the brilliant Great Hamster Massacre and School for Bandits (which I reviewed here). You can find out more about her and her work in my interview with her here.
Hannah’s website has plenty of excuses for getting the pens, pencils and scissors out including…
David Melling has created a really handy activity pack full of fun things to do including creating your own goblin family, designing and making your own shield and plenty of colouring in opportunities! He’s also got a useful Teaching Guide to his books which contains even more ideas for getting up to crafty fun.
Shel Silverstein was an American poet, cartoonist, singer-songwriter (he wrote A Boy named Sue, made famous by Johnny Cash) and more. He’s well known in the US, although his famous children’ book The Giving Tree is widely loathed as much as it is loved.
On Shel Silverstein’s website there’s…
Once again, these activity sheets are great if you’ve read the books in question, but many also work well if you’ve not seen the book so don’t be put off from clicking on through if you’re not familiar with the author/illustrator in question. It’s a great chance to discover someone new to enjoy
Thanks to The Book Chook for alerting me to Shel Silverstein’s activity pages.