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Worm Weather Book Activities

After reading the book Worm Weather by Jean Taft, your preschoolers and kindergarteners can do these Worm Weather Book Activities to learn vocabulary, practice rhyming, and much more! Book activities like these are a great way to extend learning and add more to your storytime. 


Spring Literacy Activity

Worm Weather Book Activities:

These book-inspired activities would be a fun addition to your spring or weather units. They are perfect for children in early childhood classrooms, homeschools, or centers. 


Getting Ready To Use The Worm Weather Book Activities:

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What’s Included:

  • 28 Worm Weather Word Flash Cards
  • 1 Recording Sheet


What Else Is Needed:

  • White Card Sock or Copy Paper
  • Laminator and Laminating Pouches
  • Scissors
  • Dot Marker


Word Work Activity for Kids


To get this book activity ready for your kids, click on the button below and download the printables. Next, print the cards and recording sheets on white card stock or copy paper.


After printing, you may want to laminate the cards so your children can reuse this activity. Then, cut the cards apart. 


How To Use The Worm Weather Book Activities:

There are many different ways to use these book activities. Your preschoolers or kindergarteners can pick a card from the pile and read the word. They can then sort through the other cards to find the one that has a word that rhymes. 


Word Game for Kids


Your young learners can also use the cards to play matching games such as Memory or Go Fish. You can make two copies of the cards and match the words or find a pair that rhymes.


Another way your kids can use this activity is to put the words in alphabetical order. They can also practice spelling the words by writing them on a dry erase board or building them using magnetic letters. 


Vocabulary Activity for Kids


Your preschoolers or kindergarteners can pick a card and then search through the book to find the word. They can count how many times they can see it too.  


Rhyming Activity for Kids


You can also hang the cards around your classroom or home. Your kids can then go on a word hunt. When they find one of the words, your children can mark it on their recording sheet. 


book-inspired activity


These Worm Weather Book Activities are a fun way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to learn new vocabulary, practice rhyming, and much more!


Where Can I Find The Book For These Activities?

You can check your city or school library to see if they have the book available to checkout. I ordered it from Scholastic but you can get the book from Amazon too. 


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Do you want to save these book activities for later? Pin this to your sight words or word work board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!


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