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Knuffle Bunny Too

Mo Willems Memory Game

The sequel to Knuffle Bunny focuses on the attention to details. If Trixie and Sonja had paid more attention, they wouldn’t have mixed up their bunnies. Here’s another Mo Willems activity to help children improve their observation skills.

You’ll Need:

2 copies of Mo Willems Memory Game per child on cardstock (double sided)

crayons or colored pencils

scissors

rubber bands or snack sized baggies to keep cards together

Directions:

Have each child color two copies of the Memory Game.

Cut out each card.

To play:

Put all the cards face-down (with the trumpets facing up).

Take turns flipping two cards, trying to make matches of each Mo Willems character.

The winner is determined by who has the most matches.

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This entry was posted on May 6, 2013 by in After School Library Programs, Mo Willems and tagged , .

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