Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Letter Craft

We have completely fallen in love with the pigeon books over the past few months.  Royal and Logi-Bear think they are hilarious and request one nearly every single night (The Pigeon Takes a Bath is the current favorite).


When the Virtual Book Club announced this months author I knew I wanted to do something with Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.  The boys love vehicles!


We started with a quick pigeon printout that I found on a google search (this is the one we used), the letter B on yellow construction paper, some black circles, and a white background.


We got some cutting practice in with the B’s.  Even Logi-Bear was able to cut most of his!

And we colored in the pigeons.  Royal chose blue and Logi-Bear chose red.

The boys were in charge of the glue!  We’re working on portion control.


It’s starting to look like a B bus.IMG_4411


Both boys wanted to add strips of white for some unknown reason.




Check out more great activities to go with Mo Willems books!

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Activities
Cardboard Box Bus Craft & Number Game for Kids by Toddler Approved
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Activity by Coffee Cups and Crayons
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Puppets by Playdough to Plato
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus: Puppets, Crafts and Storytelling by Playing with Words 365
Letter B is for Bus Craft by Royal Baloo
Pigeon and Bus Activities inspired by Mo Willems by The Educators’ Spin On It
Pigeon Rhyming Race Activity by Growing Book by Book
Pigeon Handprint by Mama Miss

Knuffle Bunny Activities
Mo Willems Inspired DIY Bunny Costume Felt Headband by The Educators’ Spin On It
Knuffle Bunny Activity Mats by ready-set-read

The Duckling Gets a Cookie Activities
Counting Chocolate Chips – Duckling Get a Cookie by 3 Dinosaurs
Nut Free Alphabet Cookies by Rainy Day Mum
Sticky Cookie Craft by The Pleasantest Thing
The Duckling Gets a Cookie Math Games by Inspiration Laboratories
The Ducking Gets a Cookie Printable Clothespin Activity by Lalymom

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  1. It can be such fun to turn letters into storytelling crafts, I love this idea! So glad that you’re part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids this year! Looking forward to seeing all that you’ll be sharing.

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