Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds is a fun children's book about a carrots who take revenge on a hungry rabbit! This literature unit is filled with six different follow-up activities and games to target listening, language and literacy! Following reading, engage your students in activities targeting:
1. Sequencing with Pictures (which is also a great retelling tool!)
2. Comprehension Questions with two (picture) answer choices
3. Jasper's Book Hunt- A game to find items in the book matching given attributes and functions
4. Spatial Concepts- Describe where the creepy carrot is using prepositions.
5. Compare and Contrast- Tell how an item from the book and another item are the same and different.
6. Creative Extension- Draw an everyday object which may be mistaken for the pictured creepy vegetable. (For example, the creepy pumpkin may look like a basketball.)
Not only will your students LOVE this cute story, they'll also have fun with these follow-up activities targeting language, listening and literacy!