[GIFTED] World Book Day often fills parents with dread, but I love it for so many reasons. It gives the children the opportunity to use their imagines and recall all their favourite stories from over the years.
For reluctant readers and can give them a more creative way to look at reading and this is exactly what I have been doing with Viking.
I was sent a gorgeous parcel of craft materials to create something around the theme of World Book Day; included in this was a gorgeous book of book craft creations. They were all stunning, but super delicate and with my youngest two being bundles of destruction I wanted to create something for them that would stand the test of time.
I simply took a piece of A4 black card and onto that randomly stuck some pages from old books – the older and more dishevelled the better.
Then I look some pages that were partly blank and using the old typewriter style alphabet stamps I printed out a couple of quotes from one of our favourite authors – Roald Dahl.
One complete I roughly tore the page until it was a good fit and put in place on top of the pages.
Lastly I placed inside a pretty frame and it was all ready to take up home next to the boys bookcase to give them a little reminder every time they walked past.
I have lots of other ideas running through my head so watch this space for more book crafts to come!