I love how easy this book is to incorporate activities into! I read the kids the original Fancy Nancy book as well as Fancy Nancy Poison Ivy Expert. As I read, I added words to a list on the white board with the “plain” version on the one side and the “fancy” version on the other.Fancy Nancy books are great for vocabulary building!
Of course, us girls had to get dressed up before the stories began!
I found printable Fancy Nancy worksheets and activities here.
Naturally, since it is Fancy Nancy, we had to bring out the glitter glue!
The three girls also made Fancy Nancy paper dolls and clothes and made fancy purses.
For our snacks today, we had to go fancy, so we had hors d’oeuvres… beet and goat cheese crostinis, stuffed olives, fancy cheeses on crackers, and spinach, artichoke, and asparagus dip! And it goes without saying that we also drank tea with our pinkies up!