Alice The Fairy By David Shannon Book Inspired Activities and Printables
Lately we have been visiting the Library quite often. I was reading a few books to little Lou and had an idea about doing theme posts with activity and printable ideas inspired by the books we are enjoying. This one, Alice The Fairy by David Shannon, is the first one I picked. It is a cute book about a little girl who imagines she is a fairy.
You can find the book here or at your local library.
In the book she makes her own crown, wand and wings. I have included a printable below with coloring pages to decorate their own crown, wings, and wand but here are links to DIY their own so they too can imagine they are a fairy.
Mommy Blessings has a tutorial for adorable fairy wings using hangers and hose.
Heart Made has an adorable fairy wand craft that looks easy!
Carolyn Creates has a simple easy to make crown for the fairy princess.
Also in the story Alice describes all the fun things she would do if she were really a fairy. One of those things is to turn her entire bathtub into jello. I thought it would be fun to have a strawberry jello sensory bin with butterflies in it. Although I didn’t quite get the opportunity to create the bin yet I thought I would share a few other fairy princess worthy bins.
Such as this fun fairy mud from Happy Hooligans.
The Imagination Tree also has a great fairy bin.
If you would like more fairy related printables. We do have a large fairy printable set available as well.
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