Blue is tired of being used so much, Yellow & Orange aren’t talking, and Green thinks everything is perfect…
From Drew Daywalt & Oliver Jeffers, The Day the Crayons Quit is a engaging picture book perfect for teaching letter writing, writer’s point of view, and persuasion for those early learners.
The Day the Crayons Quit - Response to Literature and Comprehension Game give early authors the opportunity to respond to this amazing picture book through writing and drawing. Crayon craftivity and comprehension game round out this pack with fun and creativity.
The (Color) Crayon Quit! - younger authors have 12 different color templates to explain why the color crayon selected quit.
Give Me One Good Reason…- older authors list and detail 3 reasons why their selected crayon should stay in their crayon box. Graphic organizer, first sentence examples, and BW template are provided for writing task.
Crayon Craftivity - BW template can be colored to students’ choosing. Add google eyes and pipe cleaners and Oliver Jeffers’ illustrations come to life.
Keep the Crayons Comprehension Game - Using the 52 question cards, students work to earn all 12 crayon cards to fill up Duncan’s Crayon Box and WIN!
The language is parent-friendly so that teachers, volunteers, parents, or anyone else who works with a student can easily understand how to best utilize the resource in and out of the classroom.