The following post is by Kristina of Toddler Approved. This post contains Amazon affiliate links.
My daughter and I are participating in a children’s book themed co-op preschool this year! We also love to plan book inspired activities when friends come over so I thought we’d share some of our favorite ideas with you.
This week we will be crafting and playing along with Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson.
Here are some cool ideas if you want to invite some friends over and have a witch themed playdate… or just have a little witch themed fun together as a family.
Start off the activity by reading Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson.
Then pick some witch themed crafts, activities, and snacks to try from the list below…
Witch Crafts & Activities
Make a paper towel roll broomstick via Toddler Approved
Explore some early math concepts via Ready-Set-Read
Create a pop up witch craft via I Heart Crafty Things
Do some witch hat drip painting via Toddler Approved
Make some magic potions with No Time for Flashcards
Play with a witch’s brew via Growing a Jeweled Rose
Melt some crayons and make witch fingers via Creative Connections for Kids
Play witch golf via Toddler Approved
Do some witch cutting via Lalymom
Explore a witch sensory brew via Love, Play, Learn
Build a flower pot witch via The Chirping Moms
Draw a witch while reading along with the book via Imagination Soup
Make popcorn goody witches via Martha Stewart
Create some broom stick & witch hat snacks via Toddler Approved
Make a witch cheese snack via Cooking Creation
If you have a favorite witch craft or activity, we’d love for you to share the link in the comments of this post so that we can pin it!
Come back on Monday to check out some more fun book inspired crafts & activities. Next week we are featuring books by Nick Sharratt! I am so excited to share our ideas to go along with What’s in the Witch’s Kitchen?.
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Kristina is the author of Toddler Approved and founder of Virtual Book Club for Kids. She is a mom of three and is a former Special Education teacher. When she’s not blogging, you’ll find Kristina jogging around town, organizing church and neighborhood social events, throwing crafting parties for kids, and traveling with her family. Kristina tweets as @ToddlerApproved and can be found on Facebook and Pinterest.