Book Activity Cards

Activity cards have been developed to accompany many well known children’s books. Choose from 60 titles to find extended literacy activities to share with your child at home.

actcrdexKL&S and Children’s Mental Health created these cards to support families with infants and children up to six years of age.

The Book Activity Cards include tips and suggestions to:

  • encourage early or emergent literacy skills
  • support children through the development of:
    • Routines (bedtime and mealtime)
    • Toilet training
    • Social and emotional skills (sharing, bullying, separation, childhood fears and so on)
A Big Fat Enormous Lie My Family’s Changing
A Child’s Treasury of Nursery Rhymes My Friends and Me
All Together Now Nose to Toes
Alligator Baby Number One, Tickle Your Tum
Amazing Grace On Your Potty
Andrew’s Loose Tooth Pajama Time
Baby Faces Peek a Who
Barnyard Dance Peekaboo Baby
Big or Little Red Ripe Strawberry, Little Mouse and the Big Hungry Bear
Can’t You Sleep Little Bear Shoes from Grandpa
Clap Your Hands Sleepy Little Mouse
Finding Kate’s Shoes Stellaluna
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed Stop Picking On Me
Five Little Monkeys Sitting In a Tree That’s Good That’s Bad
Five Little Monkeys With Nothing to Do The Bear Went over the Mountain
From Head to Toe The Grouchy Ladybug
Good Night Gorilla The Itsy Bitsy Spider
Goodnight Moon The Kissing Hand
Guess How Much I love You The Mitten
Hands Are Not For Hitting The Princess and the Potty
Hiding The Very Busy Spider
I Can Blink The Way I Feel
I Have to Go Touch and Feel Animal Kisses
I Love You So Much Touch and Feel Bedtime
I Miss You Touch and Feel Mealtime
If You Give A Moose A Muffin Touch and Feel Pets
If You Were My Bunny Two Eyes A Nose & A Mouth
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Up to the Skies and Down Again
I’m A Little Teapot Very Busy Spider
I’m As Quick As A Cricket Very Hungry Caterpillar
Jessica’s Xray Where the Wild Things Are
Lifetimes Where’s My Teddy
Little Mouse, Red Ripe Strawberry & The Big Hungry Bear  
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