Fun new freebies and downloadable teaching activities

Would you like some free classroom activities, stickers or bookmarks? Here’s a selection of the latest.

We have bookmarks for Littlelight, Goldfields Girl, Invisible Boys, Backyard BirdsSister Heart, Maddie in the Middle, Rodney, The Hole Story and Father of the Lost Boys as well as stickers for What Colour is the Sea?, Antarctica, Dropping In and Drawn Onward.

Email us at with your freebies order or download our kits to print yourself using the links below. Don’t forget, if you’re buying books, add the discount code KIDSREAD at the checkout to automatically receive 10% off your order plus a stack of freebies.

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 Freebies for little ones, ages zero to six

It’s all about colour for the littlies this term. Kelly Canby teaches kids the importance of welcoming colour into your world in her neon beauty Littlelight, while colour is a question perception of in What Colour Is the Sea? by Katie Stewart and Colour Me by Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Moira Court.


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Freebies for junior readers, ages six to ten

Learn more about the beasties with activities for Dungzilla by James Foley and Wombat, Mudlark and Other Stories by Helen Milroy then teach kids about the stars with our Make Your Own Constellation Projector activity inspired by Sally Murphy’s book Looking Up.


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Freebies for middle readers, ages ten to 14

Alex and the Alpacas Save the World by Kathryn Lefroy will be serialised in the Ed! section of The West Australian in Term 3. Get the jump on the book with our free activity. There’s also a goldfields inspired word search from Goldfields Girl by Elaine Forrestal and an oral history activity inspired by My Place for Younger Readers by Sally Morgan.


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A freebie for older readers

Last but definitely not least, we’ve included this wonderful activity inspired by the work Drawn Onward by Meg McKinlay and Andrew Frazer. It’s all about turning hopelessness into hope.






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