Bull on crayola.com
1. Print out the page and decorate the pieces with Crayola® crayons, or markers. 2. Cut out each piece, and glue it to a piece of thin cardboard. For example, try a recycled cereal box or file folder. 3. Ask an adult to help you cut a piece of cardboard tube 3 inches long. Glue the cardboard tube between the front and hind leg pieces. Glue the head to the front of the bull. Tip:If you want the head to be bouncy, attach it to the body using a piece of thin cardbord folded accordion-style.
Ferdinand's Flowers: Family Dinner Book Club Craft for The Story of Ferdinand
Make this Family Dinner Book Club craft inspired by The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf. A fun and easy flower craft for kids.
Literature Unit Study for The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf
This post is part of the 31 MORE Days of Literature Unit Studies series. You can find all of the links to the thirty-one studies in this post. If you'd like to use these ideas to create your own unit study, this post has step-by-step instructions as well as a free unit study planner. (Want to know more about what, exactly, a unit study is? This post will help.) While you're reading and working on your unit study, you can download this free printables pack of graphic organizers for reading…
31 Days of Read-Alouds: The Story of Ferdinand - The Happy Housewife™ :: Home Schooling
In The Story of Ferdinand, we meet Ferdinand. A large, fierce looking bull who isn’t very fierce at all. Ferdinand would rather sit and smell the flowers, but the men have other plans for Ferdinand. My kids loved this book when they were little and it is still a favorite today. Apparently Ferdinand is quite […]
Ferdinand Movie Voice Cast and Characters
Check out the voice cast and the main characters of Ferdinand, the upcoming 3D CG animated movie produced by Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation, based on the children's book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf: