Engage in the joys of wordplay! These free printable Moomin activity pages are perfect for any Moomin fan include crossword puzzles, word searches and wordokus. You’ll find fun printable activities for children, tweens and adults. Easy to click and print to use now or save for a fun spare moment!
Being able to express yourself is one of the most important things in the world: it allows you to communicate your hopes and dreams, relate to others, engage with the big issues of our times, and create change.
Developing a love of words at a young age is proven to bring other benefits, too, like increased empathy and a greater understanding of different cultures and ways of life. Essentially, reading and writing broaden one’s horizon.
Thus, as a part of the #MoominABC initiative, we have crafted a lovely set of free printable Moomin activity pages that help you or your children to engage in the joys of wordplay! Just click and download the activity page. The files include solutions.
Just click and download the activity page! The files include solutions.
Take in more of the joys of words: read the Moomin books
The timeless Moomin stories, with their love of nature, kindness, inclusiveness, and respect for the freedom and creativity of others, have a unique and enduring appeal.
How about Moominsummer Madness?
One summer, a grumbling volcano causes Moominvalley to flood, forcing the Moomin family to leave their beloved home and find refuge on a floating theatre. When this casts adrift, leaving Moomin, the Snorkmaiden, and Little My marooned on land, Moominsummer Madness ensues. Will they all be reunited before the final curtain? Buy it here!
Looking for nice activities to do with your family? These Moomin downloadables are perfect for kids and adults who love the sea.
Reading, Writing and the Moomins is an initiative aiming to strengthen the importance and joy of reading and writing in the life of children, youth and adults.
“The Invisible Child” can teach us a whole lot about empathy and caring – Listen to the story read by Sophia Jansson
Listen to the short story “The Invisible Child” by Tove Jansson read by her niece, Sophia Jansson, and reflect on its beautiful lessons.
This is how books were read in Tove Jansson’s family – Niece Sophia Jansson says that books played a central part in the household
Tove Jansson’s niece Sophia Jansson writes about the role and importance of books and reading in the Tove Jansson family.
Did you know that there are many different Moomin-themed jigsaw puzzles, board games and mobile games available? Here is a list of fun games for a Moominous game night!
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