I remember my mom had Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls sitting on a rocking chair in or house when we were growing up. Raggedy Ann and Andy always remind me of my childhood.
When Em was younger, I loved reading Raggedy Ann stories to her. We also used to enjoy snuggling up to enjoy the cartoons.
Now, I’m going to share some fun Raggedy Ann and Andy resources with you.
Raggedy Ann Hands-On Activities
After reading Raggedy Ann with your little ones and completing some of the activity pages below, choose one or more of the activities below to bring the story to life.
- Free Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy paper dolls
- Raggedy Ann coloring pages
- Raggedy Ann and Andy mixed media collages
- Paper plate rag doll faces
Raggedy Ann and Andy Story Books
Raggedy Ann Printable
This free learning pack for PreK-K is full of fun activities for your little learners. Inside, they’ll find the following:
- Rhyming Words
- Writing Practice
- ABC Matching Cards
- and more!
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More Raggedy Ann Fun
Don’t forget to enjoy the other read-alouds featured in my 31-day series.
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