Fairytales and Nursery Rhymes are filled with magic and royalty and usually a life lesson or two. During the camp week, take the opportunity to explore some favorites, read some fractured fairy tales for fun, and search around for some stories you might not know yet. With this camp theme, you’ll find a bunch of great activities that go so well with the characters and themes in some of our suggested stories.
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Here is the printable book list <– click the link to print.
Then, stop by our Resource Center to get everything you need ready for the week!
Fairytales & Nursery Rhymes Activities
Here are your activities for the week. Click on the titles if you need more detailed instructions!
It’s like Build-a-bear, but with brown bags! If you don’t have any paper bags, craft or construction paper will get the job done.
You can use some of the leftover bits and baubles from your morning craft to decorate playdough in this activity!
Your little one will love being the star of this classic fairytale!
Use cardstock or thin cardboard to make this cute little mouse while you recite the nursery rhyme.
Make some adorable little houses, decorated with candy, then eat the leftovers at snacktime!
The resist effect of the white crayon on these spiders is so cool. Kids will love the “magic”!
Sticky back foam makes this a fun and mess-free craft project to follow storytime.
Make this cute teacup craft, then have some tea and gingerbread cookies for snacktime!
Make a cute little star name banner to hang in a bedroom or playroom. Add some glow-in-the-dark paint for even more fun!
These make fun glowing wall decorations and will make a cute display with the name activity from the morning.