Activity sheets

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From The Uprising by Eirlys Hunter

Try your hand at being a junior cartographer, just like the Santander mapmakers and sketch a map of a recent adventure.

The Uprising Activity Sheet

From Where Is the Dragon? by Leo Timmers

Colour in Knights One, Two, and Three as they head off in search of the supposed dragon troubling the King.

Where Is the Dragon activity sheet

From The Inkberg Enigma by Jonathan King

Create your own comic activity
Cut, copy or trace these comics making bits and pieces and use the panels page to create your own comic.

The Inkberg Enigma Create Your Own Comic Activity

From My Mama by Annemarie van Haeringen

Colouring activity
Baby elephant is enjoying a piggy back ride on Mama’s back. We love her patterned dress and the stars on baby elephant’s trousers. Colour in the drawing and patterns on their clothes.

My Mama colouring sheet piggy back ride

From My Mama by Annemarie van Haeringen

Colouring activity
Mischievous baby elephant is floating up and away because of holding all those balloons! Colour in the drawing and add some patterns to the balloons.

My Mama colouring sheet balloons

From Egg and Spoon: An Illustrated Cookbook by Alexandra Tylee

Breakfast popsicles recipe
Make these delicious popsicles for breakfast in the sun or on the go!

Egg and Spoon breakfast popsicles recipe

From The Wolf and the Fly by Antje Damm

Drawing and colouring activity
Wolf is cooking his favourite soup. Draw the ingredients you would add to the soup in the pot and colour in the drawing.

Wolf soup activity sheet

From The Wolf and the Fly by Antje Damm

Drawing activity
Can you draw all the items on the shelves?

From Duck, Death and the Tulip by Wolf Erlbruch

Writing activity
Work in a group to create a story. Write your favourite quote from a book you are reading on the first line of this paper. Fold it backwards so your quote is hidden, and pass it around so others can do the same. At the end, unfold the paper and discover a new story!

From The Lazy Friend by Ronan Badel

Writing activity
Write a postcard from the latest place you visited … in a book.

From Detective Gordon by Ulf Nilsson and Gitte Spee

Colouring activity
Print this out on a BIG piece of paper for everyone to colour in together.

Detective Gordon book colouring sheets

From That’s Not a Hippopotamus by Juliette MacIver and Sarah Davis

Colouring activity
Can you spot the Hippopotamus?

That's not a hippopotamus activity sheet

From Gus’s Garage by Leo Timmers

Draw and colour
Draw-in the missing animals and colour them in

Gecko Press actibity sheet from Gus's Garage

From Yours Sincerely, Giraffe, by Megumi Iwasa and Jun Takabatake

Colouring activity
Brighten up Giraffe’s penguin costume

Colouring activity
Pelican brings Giraffe a letter

Drawing activity
It’s hard to imagine someone you’ve never seen…

Giraffe image from Yours Sincerely Giraffe published by Gecko Press

From Poo Bum by Stephanie Blake

Rabbit mask

From The Visitor by Antje Damm

Activity sheet

Colour in Cam’s town from Song of the River by Joy Cowley and Kimberly Andrews

Write the name of a book character on a post-it and stick
it on your friend’s forehead. Your friend will have to ask you questions to
help them guess the identity of the character on his or her forehead.

Illustration by Dorothée de Monfreid from A Day With Dogs

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