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Happy World Book Week!

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To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday, we’ve put together some fun bookish activities for little ones to enjoy, no matter what book they’re reading!

Make your own book

Why not have a go at making your own book? Join artist Hazel Terry as she shows you how to make this incredible book!

Predictive pictures

Draw the main character from a book you’ve read recently.  From what you know about them, have a go at drawing them at different stages of their life. Perhaps you could imagine them as a child, a middle aged or as an older person.

Underneath each picture write what you think they might be doing at that point of their life, and why. For example, what can you infer from the story? How do you think they might develop? Where do they live? What are their interests, their likes and dislikes?

Make a map

Have a go at drawing a map of a location from the book you have just read. See how much detail you can include. If you’re not sure, you can try to imagine what might be there. Don’t forget a title and labels, if needed!

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