Denise Fleming Book Activities

Denise Fleming Book Activities

Denise Fleming is April’s author of the month for the Virtual Book Club for Kids, and the kids and I really enjoyed reading several of her books together! Here are three of our favorite Denise Fleming books, with activities to go with them! Links in this post are affiliate links – purchasing anything through these links may earn a small commission for this site. Thank you!

Mama Cat Has Three Kittens features a very spirited kitten who loves to pounce. Four-year-old Lily and One-year-old Anna loved decorating this cat coloring page after reading this book!

Lunch is the very cutely illustrated story of a very hungry mouse. This is a great book to read along with a cooking project! Lily particularly enjoys making pasta, but you can find several kid-friendly recipes on this blog.

Where Once There Was a Wood is a more serious book, with a conservation theme. You can combine this book with a lesson on recycling, or upcycling. We do a lot of cardboard crafting our our house, from fancy light-up space shuttles to this simple cardboard play house and even simpler teeter totter. This is also a great book to read along with this simple gardening activity for little ones, or to go along with a bird feeder craft.

Do you have a favorite Denise Fleming book? Favorite Denise Fleming Book Activities? How about Mem Fox – next month’s author?


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  1. says

    These books look lovely – we don’t have any Denise Fleming books – thank you for the introduction! Mem Fox we love – Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes was one of our first must read over and over again favorites. I used to “read it” from memory during my the girls’ bath time and I’m pretty sure I could still recite it from memory!

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