Activity 1: Read Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Peter
Rabbit (two options)
Option 1 condensed & simplified version of Beatrix Porter's - text to print The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Option 2: The Tale of Peter Rabbit on YouTube.
Use a stuffed bunny rabbit toy as a prop and he can be the
one to "read" the story or make a paper
puppet that interacts with the children.
Read and discuss the story with the children:
- What is the most important message in this story? It is one about obedience and other important lessons that you may want to discuss at your discretion based on the age of the children.
- This story has a few words that may be new to the children, so you may want to look them up to make sure the children understand them and acquire new vocabulary.
- Discuss the sequence of events. What happened first, second,
Complementary activities:1.Craft Ideas: Visit the Rabbit or Hare theme and select a printable paper craft that is age appropriate.
2. Alphabet lesson plan > Letter R is for Rabbit: this lesson plan activities when presenting the craft and story.3. Rabbit coloring pages The Tale of Peter Rabbit: Have fun with this 6-piece puzzle. The entire family can have fun with the puzzle, adapt the puzzle from 6 to 247 pieces.
Visit the official website peterrabbit.com for games, printable activities and teachers' resources