As I’m not able to work from the library at the moment, I’ve spent some time looking at websites of some of your favourite authors. Many of them now include activities, quizzes, recipes or lesson plans that can be used to add to your enjoyment of reading. Here’s some of my favourites:
David Walliams has loads of things to do on here, including activities for most of his older, well-known stories.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney, has a section on fun stuff where you can meet Greg Heffley!
This has to be my favourite, as there is so much to look at on here, with lesson plans for your favourite books , you’re bound to find some activities to do.
If you click the tiny little flag ”teachers” you can find lesson plans and pupil resources.
A lovely Wishing Chair activity pack or how to make a Gingerbread Shed!
Quizzes and other fun things about Mermaids and Unicorns.
Tom Gates; lots of colouring in, but that’s because Liz Pichon is an artist too!
Matt reading Compton Valance , videos but not so much in the way of activities.
Tracey Beaker, Double Act etc. Quizzes and games to entertain you!
https://nosycrow.com/activity-sheets/ different authors access to teacher resources and activities
if you click on “explore” there’s teacher resources and activities.
I’ve included Bear Grylls because there’s information about him, but also the Scout movement which some of you may find interesting.
Captain Underpants and Dogman, plenty of fun things to do.
Daisy Meadows, lots of Rainbow Magic activities.