Chapter Book Activity Sheets Junie b. Jones and The Magic Tree House
At-home Fun for Early Readers: Pair Free Activities with The Magic Tree House and Junie B. Jones Audiobooks

Looking for chill home activities for your 1st-4th grader (ages 6-9) on a busy morning or quiet afternoon? Print out free activity booklets from the iconic and beloved chapter books series Junie B. Jones and The Magic Tree House—links to activities below—while you listen to audiobooks from the series.

Click and print: Junie B. Jones Laugh Silly Activity Sheets. Plus, a kids’ hand-washing guide set to the musical edition of Junie B. First Grader, and more activities on the Junie B. Jones website.

Attention all fans of Junie B. and her hijinks: download and print out the free Junie B. Jones Laugh Silly activity sheets above, then check out this special audiobook edition of Junie B. Jones, First Grader (at last!) that contains all the songs from Junie B. Jones The Musical. The musical was adapted from the books Junie B. Jones, First Grader (at Last!); Junie B. Jones, Boss of Lunch; Junie B. Jones, One-Man Band; and Top Secret Personal Beeswax, A Journal by Junie B. (and Me), by Barbara Park—all of which are also available as audiobooks. Start with Junie B. Jones Collection: Books 1-8 and a Junie b. marathon is sure to follow.

Looking for adventures with an educational flair? It’s Nature Week over at The Magic Tree House headquarters. Explore the Magic Tree House Home Adventures site and find loads of free activities. The adventures are on audio too—read by the author, Mary Pope Osborne!:

Vampire bats and killer ants? That’s what Jack and Annie are about to run into when the Magic Tree House whisks them away to the Amazon River. It’s not long before they get hopelessly lost. Will they be able to find their way back to the tree house? Or are Jack and Annie stuck forever in the rain forest?

Who wants to vacation next to a volcano? Jack and Annie are about to find out when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of the Roman Empire. They arrive in Pompeii and soon discover that it is the very day the city will be destroyed. Now Jack and Annie must race against time to find an ancient library before it is buried in ash.

An adventure to blow you away: that’s what Jack and Annie get when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the 1870s. They land on the prairie near a one-room schoolhouse, where they meet a teenage schoolteacher, some cool kids, and one big, scary bully. But the biggest and scariest thing is yet to come!

Jack and Annie are on a mission: when the magic tree house whisks them back to Galveston, Texas, in 1900, they find out that a big storm is coming. But even though there is rain and wind, no one believes there is any danger. As the storm grows, seawater floods the city. Now everyone needs help! Jack and Annie have a little bit of magic and a lot of hope—but will it be enough?