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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! This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission.

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

10 thoughts on “Denise Fleming Book Activities”

  1. 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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