Novel Effect book activities & learning resources
With Novel Effect’s learning resources parents, teachers, and librarians build connections with little learners before, during, and after read-alouds. These educator-developed learning resources and book activities help guide discussions and pair with our soundscapes for popular children’s picture books.
In addition to the free learning resources available below, you can find themed book suggestions by visiting the Novel Effect Blog.
Make learning about library behavior fun with Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library activities that connect to the Novel Effect soundscape.
The King of Kindergarten activities makes students feel like royalty. Kindergarteners will be ready to reign the school year.
Keep students engaged with Novel Effect activities before, during, and after your read-aloud of Jacqueline Woodson’s The Day You Begin.
Keep students engaged with Novel Effect activities before, during, and after your read-aloud of Ellen Javernick’s What If Everybody Did That.
Use these printable activities after your read-aloud of “Hansel and Gretel and Zombies: A Graphic Novel” from the Far Out Fairy Tales series to help 1st-6th students practice their ELA skills with this Far Out Fairytale.
Additional learning resources
Easily spot the Novel Effect books in your library with our free sticker templates and printing instructions. We’ve created these sticker templates for you to print using a standard-sized label. Just stick them to the books in your library that are available in Novel Effect so you and your students can easily find read-aloud books with soundscapes!