Magic Tree House
Printables and Activities

by the Brightly Editors

If your child is a fan of Mary Pope Osborne’s Magic Tree House series, then they’ll love these printables and activities that go right along with some of the most beloved stories. Between drawing activities, word searches, matching games, and more — there’s something for every reader.

  • Other Games

  • Stade Maze

    How quickly can you run the footrace called the Stade? It was the only event in the early Olympics.

    Further Reading: Hour of the Olympics

  • Translate Morse Code

    Morse code is an international form of communication that was used during the time Titanic was launched. Using the alphabet key, see if you can decipher the following message to the captain of the Titanic.

    Further Reading: Tonight on the Titanic

  • Ninja Puppets

    Cut out the Ninja figure along the dotted lines. Trace and glue onto cardboard. Cut out and attach to popsicle sticks to create Ninja puppets for shadow play. Draw in faces and color in stick figures for puppet performances.

    Further Reading: Night of the Ninjas

  • Weight on the Moon

    Weigh each of the following objects on a scale. Record their Earth weight in pounds and then calculate their equivalent moon weights. Finally, weigh yourself and calculate how much you would weigh on the moon!

    Further Reading: Midnight on the Moon

  • Word Scramble

    Unscramble the letters below and reorder them in the spaces provided to see Morgan’s special message to Jack, Annie, and you, too!

    Further Reading: Lions at Lunchtime