This is such a cute story that I love to read with my kids. We love the sequence of events that show cause and effect and especially the muffins. Here’s a fun craft you can do with your kids to work on their fine motor skills, colour matching and enthusiasm for the book.
- Construction paper
- If You Give A Moose A Muffin book
Before we started I cut some neutral paper like yellow or white into the top part of the muffin (like a big oval shape). I cut the bottom a different vibrant color to match the pom-poms in a square shape.
Then I had my preschooler sit down and pick what color pom-pom she wanted to do, thinking the pom-poms could correlate to different fruit, pink could be raspberries or strawberries blue could be blueberries, purple could be blackberries, etc. she chose pink to no ones surprise. I had her pick all the pink ones out of the group of pom-pom. After she found all the pink I had her glue the pom-poms onto the top of her muffin. Then I helped her glue the top of the muffin onto the bottom. It was pretty easy but it was still a fun craft to do together. A big thank you to my friend Luna who came for a coffee and girls night and consented to do some muffin crafts with us first (hers was the blue one), true friends do preschool crafts with you!
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