Knuffle bunny has been a long time favorite book for all of my kids. It is one book that my kids can read over and over and still enjoy it as if it was the first time. I purchased a Knuffle Bunny from Amazon and couldn’t wait to give it to the kids.
I wanted them to tie in to the story more and make Knuffle Bunny even more special to them. I made up a note from Trixie in which she gifts Knuffle Bunny to my kids.
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To download/print the note click on the picture or click here.
If you haven’t already read or purchased Knuffle Bunny I definitely recommend it! There are three books about her.
I know that in Knuffle Bunny Free Trixie gives her Knuffle Bunny to another child. D asked me why Trixie was giving it to him instead of the other child who had Knuffle Bunny. I told him that the other child grew older and gave Knuffle Bunny back to Trixie. Trixie knew that D and A were feeling a bit sad because their grandfather passed away so she sent Knuffle Bunny to them to help them feel better.
I will be using the Knuffle Bunny Teaching Guide and the Knufle Bunny Free activities this week. The two guides include a maze, games, and story questions that will make the kids think and will help them notice small details about the story and pictures.
Do you have any Knuffle Bunny inspired activities? Please leave a comment with a link or suggestions!