Learning about authors gives kids a chance to make even deeper connections with books.
It’s one thing to read about characters and conflict and setting and to appreciate a story, but it’s another to step back and learn about the person behind the story.
And learning about authors has always been something that has truly fascinated me.
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Want a few more early literacy or alphabet activities? Check out:
- backyard alphabet hunt
- homemade alphabet book
- leafy letter learning
- ABC hunt
- on the road ABC hunt
- lowercase ABC hunt
- build your own bingo: uppercase and lowercase match
- ABC cards and clothespin match
- alphabet letter splash
- alphabingo (play with lowercase letters)
- alphabet letter lids
- leafy outdoor alphabet hunt
- build your own board game
- clothespin letter match
- 10 fun ways to learn the alphabet
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