This activity is a fun way to teach adjectives, inferring, plants, and even a little about rabbits. This packet can be used at anytime during the Spring. The activity starts off with your class receiving a "Mystery Letter". You then go on a hunt to find the adjectives clues that will help you infer who sent the letter.
Next, your class receives a TOP SECRET envelope and package. Inside are riddles about treats a bunny would like to eat and treats a bunny would not like to eat. After solving the riddles, you can try the treats the bunny leaves you in the package. You can then use the treats to build a plant you can eat.
This is a very engaging and hands-on activity. Your kiddos will love being detectives and eating plants like a rabbit.
Included in the packet are:
*2 letters from the Mystery Friend
*16 adjective clues about who sent the Mystery Letter
* Who Am I? sheet for inferring who sent the letter
*TOP SECRET envelope poem
*12 riddles about bunny treats
*12 treat cards: 6 for a treat a bunny would like and 6 for treats a bunny would NOT like
*Riddle recording sheet
*Riddle adjective hunt recording sheet
*Bunny Treat Sort recording sheet
*Build a Plant direction sheet and picture
*Adjective hunt sheet
*Crazy Eggs activity: unscrambling letters to spell a plant adjective
*A picture of Boing Boing Bunny who sent your class the letter, envelope, and package
*You can use Easter eggs a part of this lesson.
***You will need to bring in sunflower seeds, carrots, celery, spinach, broccoli, and strawberries as part of this lesson.***