Margaret Wise Brown, author of "Good Night Moon" has written another lovely book about a little (boy) bunny who wants to run away. This lovely text communicates a mother's love for her son as she states she would go to the ends of the earth to find him. This Speech and Language Companion Packet includes multiple activities, including:
6 illustrated vocabulary cards (stream, circus, gardener, flying trapeze, fisherman, sailboat)
4 Sorting Mats to match objects with characters depicted in the story: Gardener (tools, watering can, garden); Sailor (sailboat, waves, life jacket); Fisherman (hook, fishing pole, net); Mountain Climber (helmet, rope, backpack); Circus Acrobat (trapeze, circus tent, tiger); Mother Rabbit (bunnies, carrots, cage).
18 “WH-” Comprehension questions, including both concrete and abstract questions.
Cause and Effect Worksheet for students to illustrate these relationships throughout the story.
Perspective Worksheet. Students choose a part of the story and illustrate or write about mother rabbit’s and little bunny’s thoughts and feelings.
Sentence Frames to scaffold student responses during shared reading and/or with the activity targeting perspective (ex: “When mother rabbit ___, I think ___?”).
Open-Ended Game Board: Help Little Bunny find his way home.
72 “Bunny Belly” Articulation Cards targeting Beginning, Middle and Ending sounds for (L, S/Z, K/G, “sh” and R).
This is an excellent read aloud for Spring, Easter, Mother's Day or an author study on Margaret Wise Brown.