This Dragonese Dictionary from Hodder Children’s Books makes a fantastic activity for your Chatterbooks group when looking at the Fantastical Creatures Chatterbooks activity pack.
Our Fantastical Creatures Chatterbooks activity pack is stuffed with fantastical ideas you can use with your Chatterbooks children’s reading clubs. There are activities to inspire Chatterbooks groups to draw their own mystical creatures, create a magical wizard character and to learn how to speak Dragonese.
Check out our super secret Spies and Thrillers activity pack. True to its name, this pack is jam packed with thrilling espionage activities you can use with your Chatterbooks children’s reading groups. There are code-making and code-breaking puzzles, ideas for spy disguises and how to tell and Goodie from a Baddie.
We have just produced a great new children’s reading group activity pack with Macmillan Children’s Books, based around one of their exciting books, Lost Worlds by Andrew Lane. This activity pack is filled with fun ideas, including inventing and naming your own robot and even planning a Free Running route across your town.
Our themed activity pack for this month is Family Fun and Adventures – and it’s bursting with brilliant activities around having adventures with the family. This pack is perfect to use with your Chatterbooks children’s reading groups. Play ‘family bingo’,draw a family portrait and learn how to make your own family tree!
We’ve produced a great new children’s activity pack with Stripes Publishing, based on their Dirty Bertie books written by Alan MacDonald and illustrated by David Roberts.
In this Funny Books activity pack we are celebrating those wacky and hilarious books that make your sides split with laughter! This pack is bursting with activities guaranteed to make you chuckle, including word searches, inventing your own marvelous medicine, and write your own silly poems. This pack was made to celebrate Roald Dahl Day on Friday 13 September, 2013.
We produced a great Chatterbooks activity pack commemorating the First World War for the 100th anniversary in 2014. The pack is full of thoughtful and engaging activities to get children reading.
Once upon a time The Reading Agency put together a very special Chatterbooks activity pack… This pack is all about sharing and telling stories. It has some great activities for your Chatterbooks children’s reading group, plus a selection of stories and story collections to read, tell, listen to, and enjoy.
Our Reading Well Mood-boosting Books scheme is a national promotion of uplifting titles, including novels, poetry and non-fiction. The books are recommended by readers and reading groups around the country. Follow the link below to see the list.
Delve into this exciting activity pack which celebrates the release of Jacqueline Wilson’s 100th book, ‘Opal Plumstead’, and features her other historical novels, the Hetty Feather series. Explore fun historical fiction with your Chatterbooks children’s reading group and talk about what makes life in the Victorian era different to how children grow up today. Have a go at creating your own storyboard, try acting as a character in the Victorian era, and design a circus...
Timmy Failure library poster – Reading leads the way to greatness!
Got to keep track of all the good books you read – including Timmy Failure books!
This detective kit is packed with activities for aspiring crime solvers everywhere, with a welcome letter from the Timmy Failure author-illustrator, Stephan himself!
Three colouring-in sheets for The Brave Beast by Chris Judge.
Chatterbooks have teamed up with publisher Barrington Stoke to bring you a fantastic activity pack specially designed to get struggling, reluctant and dyslexic children reading (and enjoying!) books. Get your Chatterbooks children’s reading group reviewing stories as well as writing their own as a team, and have a go at some fun activities based around six great Barrington Stoke titles!
Usborne has put together a brilliant activity pack full of puzzles and games around their series Action Dogs by Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore.