Board Book Printables for Toddlers

 Free Board Book Printables For Toddlers

Free Board Book Printables for Toddlers

This section is exclusively for toddlers, ages 18 months - 3 years. I have begun a series of printable matching and sorting activities, or file folder games, to go along with classic children's board books. Whether or not you are doing "tot school" with your child, you can use one of these activities after every time you read a board book. This will enhance understanding of the book and get your toddler to practice some of the concepts that are taught in each book, such as colors, shapes, animals, body parts, size, opposites, numbers, letters and more!

I started with 16 of the most popular board books. I'm sure you have heard of many of these books. I own some of them, and the rest we get from the library. I am going to keep adding to this collection, and I'm taking requests from you! If your toddler has a favorite book that you want to see added to this list, leave a comment on this page and I will do my best to create an activity for it.

This is going to be an ongoing, growing collection of book printable resources FREE for all Totschooling.net subscribers! Once you subscribe you will be given the link to download all the board book printables.

Here is a sneak preview:


Book: The Very Hungry Caterpillar                          Printable Activity: Caterpillar Food Matching

The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers

Book: Where Is Baby's Belly Button?                       Printable Activity: Matching Body Parts
Where is Baby's Belly Button?: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers

Book: Yummy YUCKY                                       Printable Activity: Sorting Yummy vs Yucky
Yummy Yucky: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers

Yummy Yucky: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers
Book: Dear Zoo                                                        Printable Activity: Match the Hidden Animals

Dear Zoo: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers
Book: Ten Little Ladybugs                                      Printable Activity: Matching  Numbers
Ten Little Ladybugs: Free Printable Activity for Toddlers


I recommend that you laminate all pages, and then cut out the pieces on the pages labeled "cut out". I also recommend that you use Velcro for all the loose pieces. This is the Velcro that I use (affiliate link), it is self-adhesive and transparent. The transparency really helps because you can place the Velcro right in the middle of the picture and your child can still see what they are matching.

55 comments:

  1. Will you add "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie?" 🍪 my son loves that book, and thanks for print the activities. They are very helpful.

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  2. we have nearly all of these books, great printables, I actually subsribed and got them this morning but just spotted you on #WelcomePartyWednesday. Fab ideas!

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  3. Hi guys, for some reason Blogger won't let me reply to your comments on pages like this. I can only reply to comments on my posts. (If anybody knows how to fix this please let me know) Anyway, go ahead and keep leaving comments here, I am reading them all, I just can't reply. If you need a reply, email me at totschooling@gmail.com . Thanks for your support!

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    1. I entered my email address for the free board books and didnt get an email. Is there anyway else around this. I would really love to get these. Thanks

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    2. Same here. How do I get the access to the printables? I have entered my email twice and never got a link to them. Thanks!

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    3. Me either. I never got a link.

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    4. I entered my email too and it just responded with a blank page that said thank you, but no link or any way to access the printables!

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  4. These printables are awesome! I cant wait to start using some with my two year old. Thank you so much.

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  6. me parece maravillosa esta pagina y tiene tantos recursos que son bellos para nuestros niños,pero no he podido descargar los libros¿como lo hago? gracias

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  7. Oh there's some of my very favourite books in there.

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  8. fantastic printables. thank you for sharing and for linking up with the #pinitparty

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  9. Hopping over from the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! These are some of our favorite books! Wow! Thank you so much for your hard work. My kids are going to love this.

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  10. WOWSERS! You went to a lot of work. This is great stuff! Your hard work will be used in my house. :) Thanks. I found your site at the parenting pin it party. PINNED IT!!! This was a great find.

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  11. This is amazing! Ditto the first comment about an activity for If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, and I'd also love a printable for Little Blue Truck. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work with us :)

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  12. These are some of my families very favorites! Thanks for this wonderful resource!

    We appreciate you linking up with The Thoughtful Spot!

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  13. I would love to see these for little blue truck and the napping house!!!

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  14. When I click enter your password here, nothing opens up, pops up, whatever is supposed to happen. I've tried it on my iPhone, iPad and computer with no luck. Is there a way I could get these emailed to me? jessreams@gmail.com Thank you for doing this. My son loves these books.

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  15. I am also having a hard time entering the password. When I click "enter password" all that shows up is a hover box of html code.

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  16. If anybody is having problems with entering the password, please e-mail me at totschooling@gmail.com and I will be happy to email you the files. So far, only 2 people have had a problem with this, so I am going to keep it the way it is. If it becomes a big problem in the future I will have to find another way to provide access. Thank you!

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  17. Little Blue Truck, Napping House, and Ferdinand the Bull are my (almost) 2 year old's favorites! But we also love the books you chose, and can't wait to try out some new activities! :) Thanks a bunch for sharing!

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  18. Thank you so much for stopping by at the Kids Learning Printables Linky Party last week. I absolutely love this post and all of it's printable previews! My daughter will love them all too. You've been featured this week! Hope you stop by again!

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  19. We own a few of these and always love to try new books but if you are considering some more we love Harry the Dirty Dog; There is a hippopotamus on the roof eating cake; Josephine loves to dance; Pete the Sheep; and anything by Nancy Tillman

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  20. I love you stinky face would be a great addition to the printables, we love that book and I love these printables! Thank you so much for all you do!

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  21. Thanks for sharing these awesome printable activities! I love them all! I just printed them off and am getting ready to laminate them. I would love any of the If you give a... a ... by Laura Numeroff, or Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey, or Jamberry by Bruce Degen. Thanks again.

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  22. A Rumble in the Jungle by Giles Andreae is another one of our family favorite.

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  24. Hello, these activities are awesome! I have a question to ask. How do you come up with the activities for the books? I have several books that I know have great potential for making an activity I just don't know how to pull it all together. Mommy's Little Sunflowers by Angela McAllister for example I would love to make an activity for. I am open to suggestions by anyone my email is cindysmith032680@gmail.com Thanks in advance.

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  25. this is fantastic. I have a child with development delay and he will love doing these!! thanks. have you thought about doing some things for older children? and also Nick Blands books. the hungry bear? and the itchy bear for "here, there, over there" just a thought.xxx

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  26. I am unable to down load your books and when I try to email you I get not found please help
    alkrafte@aol.com

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  27. Thanks for the sharing. These are fantastic, love it all.

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  28. I cant access the books, just activities.
    could you please help me? these books are awesome, thank you for sharing:)
    my email adress is: hilalfatihzeynep@gmail.com

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  29. hi where do you log in? /

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  30. Oops... I wrote the wrong information in sign up stage. I wrote my son's name and age. It ask me to come back in a few years though! I'm 38. May I have the chance to write my name and age? My address: cecihuang@gmail.com Thank you.

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  31. Hi, I can't access the books but just the activies .Your materials are very useful and I really want to get the printable books. Thanks a lot!
    Thanks!

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  32. Hello, I don't see where to put the password in to get the printouts. I just signed up and confirmed my e-mail. Can you help?

    Thanks! Happy New Year!

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  33. Hi, I try to enter password but get an invalid message, can you help please?

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  34. Love this! We have at least half of these--I would recommend any Sandra Boynton one--Pajama Time, Hey Wake Up, Barnyard Dance. Any Karen Katz--Where is Baby 's Pumpkin? Counting Christmas, Counting Kisses etc.

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  35. thanks for sharing any of the llama llama books would be great too :)

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  36. Peppa Pig would go down well, and any book by Julia Donaldson including The Gruffalo, The Snail and The Whale, Room on the Broom etc.

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  37. Your work is really helping my work!!! Thank you very much! Maria

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  38. Csodálatos munkák! Köszönöm, nagyon hasznosak!

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  39. what is the password, I'm a current subscriber Thank you

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  40. I havent recived the password!

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  41. Hi, I can't access the books but just the activities.Your materials are very useful and I really want to get the printable books. Please help.

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  42. Hi!! Love your printables, I've just subscribed to get them... My son loves the book «The Mitten» by Jan Brett. It would be great if you could make some activities on it. Thanks a lot! A hug from sunny Portugal

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  43. Freight Train

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  44. Hi!! Love your printables,My son loves the book.Thank u very much ^_^

    Regard's
    From Indonesia

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  45. So many fun printables!!! Thank you

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