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Fun Activities

Find supplements to your Bob Books sets here! Download and use them along with the books for enriched success when helping your children learn to read.

Set 1

Beginning Readers

Coloring PDF

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Set 2

Advancing Beginners

Coloring PDF

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Set 3

Word Families

Coloring PDF

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Set 4

Complex Words

Coloring PDF

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Set 5

Long Vowels

Coloring PDF

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Sight Words

Kindergarten

Word Search Game

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Sight Words

First Grade

Fun with Fill-Ins

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Sight Words

Match Game

Sight Words

Answer Key

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Reward Chart

Rhyming Game

Wonderful readers (like you!) have created fun activities to enhance their learning experience with Bob Books. These great ideas will set your child on the path to early reading in no time!

  • 25 Alphabet Activities for Kids

    No Time for Flashcards 

    We love the alphabet and we love creating and playing with letters. These 25 activities teach all different aspects of the alphabet including letter recognition, letter sounds, letter shapes and just plain fun! These activities are dynamic and are meant not just to teach the alphabet but to make learning letters a memorable and engaging experience.

     

  • Pre-Reading Shape Activity

    Bob Books 

    Learning to identify shapes trains your child’s eye to later identify letters and words. This simple matching game will help your child on the path to become a reader.

     

  • "Sticky Sticks" Activity

    Quirky Momma via Bob Books

    This activity is great for kinesthetic learners. Use sticky sticks to trace the letters and more!

     

  • Bob Books Printable Activities

    This Reading Mama

    Each printable pack contains hands-on and developmentally appropriate activities to work on phonics patterns as well as sight words that are introduced in each Bob Book set.

     

  • Knocking Down Sight Words

    Toddler Approved 

    Grab your party blower and start reading! Every time you find a sight word in the book, read it, talk about what it means (we liked to reference the pictures), look for the matching sight word on the play-doh container, and knock it down using the blower!

     

  • Alphabet Squish Bag

    Growing a Jeweled Rose 

    This sensory bag is great for letter recognition and early literacy skills.

     

  • Sight Words Stories

    Bob Books 

    Sight words are words that appear frequently in the English language and should be read “on sight” to improve fluency, such as was, saw, he, she and is. This game uses sight words flashcards and pictures cut out from magazines and newspapers to create your own stories.

     

  • A is for Alphabet Games

    Bob Books

    The best thing for teaching preschool literacy skills is to have the “lessons” be part of everyday activities, such as riding in the car, eating, reading, or playing with alphabet puzzles.

     

  • Spider Web Sight Words Activity

    Toddler Approved 

    Sight words are common words that appear again and again in your children’s reading material. Knowing these words “by sight” is essential for reading fluency. Here is a fun way to engage your kids in the concept of sight words. Perfect for a rainy afternoon!

     

  • Beginning Reader Worksheet Pack

     The Homeschool Den

    If you're using the Bob Books sets to help your children learn to read, you may enjoy using these worksheets as supplements to your studies. Keep in mind: these sheets work best if your child already loves to color, uses a pencil, and likes to write letters and numbers.

     

Wonderful readers (like you!) have created fun activities to enhance their learning experience with Bob Books. These great ideas will set your child on the path to early reading in no time!