The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt is such a great book. I decided that the book needs activities for students to really dive into other than worksheets that usually diminish all the excitement.
After reading the book, have your students show off their artistic talents, comprehension strategies, and imaginative writing by working on these activities.
What is included:
- 12 “flaps” with questions and their answers for them to glue under the correct flap.
- Writing Activity - Students pretend to be a color and writes a letter to Duncan under the flap that they decorate and cut. The template for their writing is included that they glue under the flap.
- True or False Crayon Boxes with 12 “crayons” and questions included. The crayon boxes are glued down like pockets and the students place each “crayon” that has a question in the correct pocket (true or false).
- 12 Task Cards
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- The Discovery Apple