It's all fun & games. And chewie toys.
Welcome to Annie’s World! As a terrier, I am always very busy. Here are some fun things to do when you can’t go out and chase the squirrels or moo with the local cows.
Send Me Moo Mail!
Color My World
I keep hearing that because I’m a dog, I don’t see colors. I don’t think that’s true at all! My favorite colors are bright pink and white with black and brown spots. That’s one color, right? You can download some great pictures of me and my friends and color them with your favorite crayons.
Make a Match
I always remember where I hid my bones. Can you remember where each picture is hiding? Print out and cut apart this neat memory game and see how you do!
B – I – N – G – O
There was a farmer, had a farm and BINGO was his name-O! Can you be the first to yell BINGO? Download this game and see.
Help Annie reach the parade!
Each animal has something that matches it. Draw a line between the animal and its matching item.
Reading Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Librarians
The Littlest Cow promotes friendship and acceptance—and throwing a good party! Diane Glim (aka, Melissa’s Mom), who taught elementary school for 38 years, has put together activities and discussion questions for you to use with your children to help them think about the ideas in the book. Download this guide for questions, games, and templates—it’s perfect for story hours, parties, and lessons!