Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The Easter Bunny's Assistant

It's that time of year again... time to read one of my favorite books!! The Easter Bunny's Assistant by Jan Thomas.

I read the book and stopped right before the Easter Bunny pushed Skunk out. I asked students if they thought the Easter Bunny should keep Skunk as his assistant and why or why not. 





We also thought about what we Skunk would say to the Easter Bunny to get him to keep his as his assistant.





9 comments:

Sarah Paul said...

This is adorable! I love these.
Sarah
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Ellen said...

My kids loved this book!

Julie Marciniak said...

I am doing this next week too! The art and writing looks awesome! You must be so proud of your kinders! I will have a Easter Bunny Assistant application freebie on Friday so stop by if you are interested!
Julie
Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

Diane Decker said...

Thank you for posting this - I just got this book through my Scholastic book order - Now I have a plan.

Thanks again!

Kay said...

Thank you so much for suggesting this book, i'm definitely going to have to check out my latest scholastic magazine! :)

~Kay
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Lee Ann said...

I love that book! I found out about it on The Inspired Apple blog. I lucked out when our local library had it. I read it to my Title I students, and since we had worked on short e, the kiddos listened for the short e sound. They also wrote about what makes them so excited. It was a fun book to read.

Anonymous said...

I teach PK and I love that book. Now I'm thinking about what I can use it for in my class.
If you have any ideas I would love to hear them.
Sydney
maskedraiderfan@yahoo.com

Crayons and Whimsy said...

I've never heard of this book - but I'm going to go look for it now! I love the speech bubbles. Looks like a great activity.

Christy
Crayons and Whimsy

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