Virtual Book Club for Kids

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Fun news! I am joining a bunch of bloggers in an exciting series starting next week.  The Virtual Book Club for Kids is a book club that uses awesome children’s’ books to encourage learning and play…and it’s all virtual!  The best part is that YOU are invited to join in on the fun.  Join us as we read, create, and share creative ideas based on children’s books in this Virtual Book Club!


Want to get the inside scoop on the books, fun ideas and creative ways to use the books in the series each week?  Join the co-hosts and lots of other lovely readers in a private VBC Facebook Group.  JOIN HERE.


These awesome children's books are part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids and have creative crafts and activities that boost developmental skills in kids.

For now, check out the books that we’ll be reading in September and October and read along with us!  Start planning out your fun activities to go along with the books because you can share your ideas in the Facebook group.  OR, try out some of the ideas that us co-hosts share each week.  We’ll be sharing our ideas on our blogs and in the Facebook Group each Monday.


Each week has a theme and a specific book.  Check out the books for September and October:


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Sept
12-
Theme:
Apples
Featured
Book: Ten Apples Up On Top by Dr. Seuss
OUR HANDS ON ACTIVITY: Pre-Writing Apple Themed Activity




Sept
19-
Theme:
Friendship
Featured
Book:
Should I Share my IceCream? by Mo Willems




Sept
26-

Theme:
Leaves
Featured
Book:
Leaf Man by
Lois Ehlert

OUR FEATURED ACTIVITY: Leaf Auditory Processing Activity




Oct 3-
Theme:
Pumpkins
Featured
Book:
5 Little Pumpkins by Dan
Yaccarino





Oct 10-
Theme:
Farms
Featured
Book:
Little Blue Truck by
Alice Schertle



Oct 17-
Theme:
Spiders
Featured
Book:
The Very Busy Spider by
Eric Carle



Oct 24-
Theme:
Night
Featured
Book:
Time for Bed by Mem
Fox





Oct 31-
Theme:
Owls

Featured
Book:
Owl Babies by
Martin Waddell




Be sure to stop back each week to find activities and crafts that will build developmental skills.  I’ll link them all here so you can save this post for easy locating.  
Books for kids and creative crafts and activities based on these preschool books while developing motor skills needed in functional tasks.

Want to see more creative ways to play and learn with books?  See what we did with these awesome children’s books
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