Sunday, February 26, 2017

Magic Tree House {Practical Mondays #48}


One day, two kids find a tree house in the woods near their house, they climb in and see it full of books! They open one, point to a picture and say I wish I was here and VOILA! The Magic Tree House takes them there within minutes! 

Jack & Anne, have travelled to hundreds of years back to solve a mystery with the Ninjas in Japan, Mummies in Egypt and even thousands of years back in the land of dinosaurs! 

While we’ve read aloud only 6 of the 12 books we have, the collection seems to be over 50. Lucid, informative, perfect for beginners to chapter books for read aloud and read yourself too (60/70 pages each, B&W pictures).

Here’s a Craft Stick Tree house we made:

Magic Tree House Book Related Craft- by Practical Mom



Magic Tree House Book Related Craft- by Practical Mom


~click on the images to take you to the amazon links~
These books are so popular, don’t forget to check them out in your school library first before buying them!

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18 comments:

  1. Those books are great, especially when combined with the non fiction title that goes with it....

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  2. My kids LOVED Magic Tree House books, and they were great for various units that we studied. One thing that was less positive was the audio book versions. Because they are for early readers, there are way too many "Said Jack" and "Said Annie" 's to listen to!

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    1. The 'said Jack' and 'said Anne' and his 'fixing his glasses' are annoying! I sometimes skip them! hehe.

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  3. I love those books! My boys and I have read almost all of them and most of them made such wonderful jumping off point for history and science discussions and units.

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  4. I love those books! I was so excited when I discovered them for my classroom and could read them aloud instead of Junie B. Jones!

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  5. The girls have always been bigg fans of those as well- around first and second grade.

    #marvmondays

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  7. My grandkids love the Magic Treehouse series. I am giving the books to them as gifts. So, making a treehouse would be a GREAT activity for them! We're going to have a family get together this Saturday. I think we'll make a treehouse!

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  8. My son LOVES the Magic Tree House books! I can't wait to make this with him. Such a great idea!

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  9. I've not heard of the Magic Tree House book but I love the idea of making a treehouse with the kids they would love it! Thank you! #bigpinklink

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  10. Not heard of these books before, but they look great. Thank you for the tips. #DreamTeam

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  11. I haven't come across these before but I'm sure my eldest would love them. The tree house is brilliant! Thanks for sharing with #DreamTeam x

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  12. I've not heard about these books but they sound lovely and what a fab tree house complete with it's very own Marshall! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub x

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  13. These books sounds great! And I love the idea of the activity to go along side, will definitely check these out when my girls are a little older. Thank you for sharing with #bigpinklink x

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  14. Thanks for dropping by #diversekidlit! If you haven't seen them, there are also nonfiction companion books for many of the MTH series, which are great when you really want to know more about a place or time period.

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  15. My kids used to love the Magic Treehouse books! They've outgrown them now. :( Thank you for linking up with us at Hip Homeschool Moms!

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  16. This tree house is so fun and colorful! I say that we should never grow up!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Such a popular series with sooo many entries, perfect for kids who love series! :-)

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