It’s Story Time again and this month’s story is Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey.
January Story Time – Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
February Story Time – The Snowy Day
March Story Time – Green Eggs and Ham
April Story Time – Planting a Rainbow
May Story Time – The Very Hungry Caterpillar
June Story Time – Blueberries for Sal
July Story Time – Big Red Barn
August Story Time – The Runaway Bunny
September Story Time – Corduroy
October Story Time – How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
November Story Time – If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
December Story Time – The Christmas Story
Click on image below to download printable blueberries
- Painting with blueberries
- Go blueberry picking – for real or pretend
- Make blueberry scented playdoh
- Blueberry transfer with pom poms and tongs
- Oatmeal Blueberry Flax Muffins
- Blueberry Pie
- Blueberry Donuts
- Blueberry Jam
- Blueberry Parfaits
- Teddy Graham crackers
- Blueberry Yogurt
- Blueberry Smoothie
- Blueberry Scones
- Blueberry Pancakes
- Blueberry Jello Salad
More Fun Stuff
- Blueberries for Sal Printable Pack
- Blueberries for Sal Preschool Printable Pack
- Blueberries for Sal Printables
- Blueberries for Sal Lapbook
Amy @ Wildflower Ramblings says
What great ideas!! I love this series, Sarah, thanks for including us 🙂
Blueberries for Sal is one of my favorite picture books. I grew up in Maine and we had our share of wildlife – we sat on our porch and watched a moose walk down the street one day.
Love the ideas you shared! Makes me wish I had another little one to cuddle with.
It’s such a fun book! How neat to see a moose right from your house! I wish we had that kind of wildlife where we live.
Thanks for stopping by Tonia!
We’ll be reading this book this month and I’ll definitely pin this for activity ideas. My kids will love it. Thanks so much!
I love this idea! I have always loved picking a story and using it to help with other areas of learning. I’m going to have to check back often. This is a great book, too! 🙂
Blueberries for Sal was one of my children’s favorite stories when they were younger, great activity ideas, the cork stamping looks especially fun!
Katelyn F says
Wow! What a great list of blueberry activities!
Clarissa Hooper says
We LOVE blueberries around here!! Some of these activities (and snacks!) will be on our list of things to do this week 🙂 I think we shall start with blueberry muffins!!
This is one of my all time favorites, Sarah! Love the indoor blueberry picking idea. I’ll use that this summer when it’s too hot to be outdoors. thanks for sharing all the terrific ideas 🙂
Kristina @ School Time Snippets says
Thanks for including us, Sarah! We love this book and I actually just read it recently with my daughter and made some math activities to go-along with the story! And ironically, our cover images are very similar! Sigh! Obviously not intentional, but you’ll see what I mean when it gets posted!
Susan W says
Great ideas! My kids always enjoy combining their favorite books with food and crafts. Thanks for sharing at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop!
The Fairy and The Frog says
HI I’m including this as my fav post for the the parenting pin it party tomorrow. 🙂
Thanks so much!!
Andrea @ loveandcake says
Such lovely ideas. Thanks for linking up to this weeks #parentingpinitparty
These were some of our favorite books!! I loved the activities you have to go along with them.
Marissa D says
Love love love blueberries for Sal… been a favorite since before I could read. And what fun activities to bring the book to life! I love having an excuse to make and eat blueberry muffins.
Thanks for sharing with Cozy Reading Spot!
great ideas. i love it! Coming from the Wordless Wednesday blog hop!