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ACTIVITY SHEETS AND PRINT-READY GOODIES

Updated: January 27, 2016

This is part of the super-fantabulous Bonus Page for WHERE ARE MY BOOKS?, Debbie's first solo picture book. If you're interested in finding out more, please visit my main WHERE ARE MY BOOKS? page, the Simon & Schuster website or follow my WHERE ARE MY BOOKS? Facebook page.

Also see Print-Ready Library Love Posters and book report sheets in my For The Love Of Reading section, plus my Library Of Print-Ready Bonus Material (for all my books).

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Print-Ready Cards

Each of the following prints on an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper, two cards to a sheet.

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Print-Ready Posters

Each of the following prints on an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper.

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Print-Ready Activity Sheets













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Print-Ready Bookmarks

 

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Print-Ready Bookplates

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Print-Ready Coloring Sheets




 

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Print-Ready Masks

Use these in role-playing and drama activities: just color (optional) and cut out the eye holes. I used a chopstick in my example above, but there are many other temporary or permanent puppet stick possibilities: popsicle stick, pencils, plastic straws, etc.


Spencer

Squirrel

Sister

Dad

Mom
 

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Print-Ready Finger Puppets


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