Share Our CBCA Book Week Poster, FREE Activities & More!

Free CBCA bookweek poster and activities are just part of the downloadable swag here on LearnFromPlay.com. Each year, since 1945, the Children's Book Council of Australia has brought together children and books to celebrate Book Week. We are very excited to present all of the listed Book Week books below with oodles of literary teaching resources for all of the books. Bookweek is a time for schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children to celebrate Australian children's literature.  The best way to celebrate is to hold a book parade and download all of our fun CBCA book activities for literacy with giggles. 


The books below have all been identified by the CBCA as worthy of free activities for you to use to celebrate Book Week plus we have illustrated a beautiful BONUS CBCA Book Week poster to print off. Please share this page with your fellow teachers and librarians, enjoy our activities and games  and have a fabulous Book Week Oct 17 - 23 2020.

Mr Chicken All Over Australia by Leigh Hobbs

Book Mr Chicken All Over Australia by Leigh Hobbs A CBCA 2020

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Born To Fly by Beverley McWilliams and Timothy Ide

BookBorn To Fly by Beverley McWilliams and Timothy IdeA notable contender for

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Wilam – A Birrarung Story by Aunty Joy Murphy and Andrew Kelly.

BookWilam – A Birrarung Story by Aunty Joy Murphy and Andrew Kelly. Shortlisted

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Trouble in the Surf by Stephanie Owen Reeder and Briony Stewart

BookTrouble in the Surf by Stephanie Owen Reeder and Briony StewartTrouble in

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Liarbird by Laura and Philip Bunting

BookLiarbird by Laura and Philip BuntingA CBCA 2020 Notable Picture Book of

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Yahoo Creek – An Australian Mystery by Tohby Riddle

BookYahoo Creek – An Australian Mystery by Tohby RiddleThis CBCA 2020 Eve

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Book Week Interactive Games For Kids

The games below are advertisement free and will open in a new window. They can be played by children online as many times as they like. The Match Up Memory Card Game will allow children to improve their memory while the Maze Game lets them develop strategy and problem solving skills while having fun. These games will also build children's attention, concentration and focus, visual recognition and short-term memory. Enjoy.


CBCA 2020 Free Resources & Poster

Imaginary Creatures

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Colour by Number

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Dot-to-Dot

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Colouring

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New Non CBCA Featured Book!

Frugal Fred

By Rachel McCann

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