Scooby-Doo Phonics Book Set
Here are the books we used with our Scooby Doo Book Club.
Then I found a Scooby Doo Sudoku! I gave each child a few pages to do before book club. They enjoyed having an activity- besides reading- that helped get them excited for the up coming Book Club meeting. Don't miss this cute book of games that builds math skills too!
Make a Book Club package for every member of your book club. Include in each package:
1. 1-2 Scooby-Doo Phonics Books ( The Phonics box set has 12 easy to read books.)
2. 2-3 pages from the Scooby-Doo SUDOKU book. ( I rip out these pages along with the stickers that correspond to their puzzle pages.)
3. An invitation to the next book club meeting. (I usually set the book club meeting a week later.)
4. Deliver a package to each club member.
5. Stuffed animal- Scooby Do or a picture of Scooby Doo
Energy Game: Scooby-Doo Where Are YOU?
Take turns hiding Scooby-Doo. While one boy is hiding Scooby the others are in a different room. When he is hidden, all the boys are allowed to enter the room and search for Scooby-Doo. The boy who hid Scooby calls out if someone is HOT = close to Scooby or COLD = far from where Scooby is hidden. Hints can also be WARM, COOL, WARMER, RED HOT!, etc.. The boy to find Scooby gets to hide him next while the other boys leave the room. Play until all the boys have a turn to hide Scooby!
Snacks: Prepare Scooby Snacks. Make sugar cookies and cut into Dog bone shapes. We found at Price Busters a box of "Dog Treat" looking cookies.
Movie: Watch a cartoon movie - Scooby Doo
Game: Here's a match games featuring our favorite- Scooby-Doo! But if a player gets a Monster card, a matched pair must be forfeited. This game also includes a Wild card that creates an instant pair. The lucky player who finds a Take Scooby card claims the prized plastic Scooby figurine until the next player wins it away. A great Game for your Scooby-Doo Book club meeting! If you can't find this game in the stores- Amazon.com has it.. or just make your own matching game by using extra stickers from the Sudoku book, or cut up a coloring book to make your own cards for matching.