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Broom and Cauldron Drawing Activity for Room on the Broom

Simple printable broom and cauldron drawing activity pages for Julia Donaldson’s Room on the Broom. Great creative literacy work for kids!

Simple printable broom and cauldron drawing activity pages for Julia Donaldson's Room on the Broom. Great creative literacy work for kids! #ece #picturebooks #Halloween #literacy #VBCforKids

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Julia Donaldson’s Room on the Broom is this week’s  Virtual Book Club for Kids pick. My kids enjoyed the book, and we watched the animated movie as well.

I love the out of the box way the witch in the story uses her cauldron and broom in this story. I used that part of the story to inspire this fun creative drawing and writing activity that all four of my children (aged 5, 8, 9, and 11 years old) enjoyed. You can download the PDF below.

Broom and Cauldron Drawing Activity for Room on the Broom

Simple printable broom and cauldron drawing activity pages for Julia Donaldson's Room on the Broom. Great creative literacy work for kids!

I enjoyed seeing the different ways my kids approached this creative activity. Five-year-old Anna simply colored and decorated the pages, ignoring the prompt. The older kids really jumped in – proof that picture books and picture book activities are not only for littles. Nine-year-old Johnny decided on an invisibility potion; eleven-year-old Emma kept her options open with a magic wish grant potion.

Imaginative cauldron literacy activity for kids.

The three older kids got really into decorating their brooms! I love that nine-year-old Johnny’s broom includes a baby sea turtle cage. Eight-year-old Lily’s broom comes with a unicorn bed. Pragmatic eleven-year-old Emma again kept her options open with a pets area, but included a kitchen since she loves to cook.

Room on the Broom imaginative literacy fun for kids. What would your perfect broom look like?

Five-year-old Anna ignored my prompt, but delivered this beautiful illustration of the story:

Room on the Broom activities for kids

Broom and Cauldron Activity Page Downloads for Room on the Broom

A fun broom drawing activity for Julia Donaldson's Room on the Broom

What kinds of potions and magical brooms will your kids create? I would love to see their drawings! You can tag me on Instagram to share photos. Click on the images above and below to download the broom and cauldron printables.

A fun cauldron themed literacy activity for kids. Perfect for Halloween time.

More Witches and Potions Learning fun for Room on the Broom

Kids learning activities for Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson

Witches and Potions are so much fun this time of year! Check out more activities below, and visit this page for all of the book-based activities from the 2017-18 Virtual Book Club for Kids.

Do you have any favorite witches and potions learning activities that would go well with Room on the Broom

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MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

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