Illustrate a Famous Book!
In the best picture books, the illustrations bring as much meaning to the story as the words themselves. But what if your child couldn’t see the pictures? In this activity, she’ll listen to a story without looking at it, and create her own images. Not only will she get a kick out of becoming the “new illustrator” of a famous book like Where the Wild Things Are, or The Little Engine That Could, but she’ll get some major reading comprehension help along the way.
What You Need:
- Picture book
- Crayons or markers.
- Stapler, string, or brass clips