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I have been using the book Creepy Carrots! by Aaron Reynolds with my kindergarten and fourth grade classes for a little Halloween fun.
I am trying to get over a little cold and don't have much of a voice, so I found this YouTube video of someone reading the book and showed it to both my kindergarten and fourth grade classes.
For my kindergarten classes, we discussed what type of book this was...fiction...and what made it fiction. Then I let them draw their own creepy carrot. You can download the coloring sheet for free HERE.
Here are some of the finished products.
You may remember from THIS post that one of my
I found THIS fun Creepy Carrots! STEM lesson from Smart Chick Teaching Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers. Students had to create a fence that would contain a carrot using the fewest number of craft sticks, but the fence had to be as high as the carrot was tall.
Here are a few of their project designs. Some were more successful than others, but they all seemed to have a good time with it.
Overall, it was a pretty fun, if not creepy week. What fun things do you do for Halloween?
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