Have you read the classic book It’s not Easy being a Bunny? This easy reader is one of my children’s favorite books. This book has a great message… it can be hard to be yourself but, eventually you learn that is the best thing to be. Today I have some Its Not Easy Being a Bunny Activities and ideas for you.
Its Not Easy Being a Bunny Activities
Sequencing Activities – In this book the bunny goes from animal to animal trying to be someone he is not. Sequence these activities to help students visually see the order of events.
Readers Theater- It is fun to put on a play and act out this book. The bunny tries to fly like a bird, roll in the mud like the pigs – students love to pretend they are each animal in the book.
Make a Bunny! Make a bunny mask! Or…Make a bunny printable! It is not easy being a bunny, but it is fun to make one!
Make a mini-book to help with retelling – Help your students with retelling by putting together a mini-book. This can go along with your sequencing activities- put the events in order and then make a little book of your own!
Do a writing prompt – If you did not want to be a kid, what would you want to be and why? Why would you not be good at being it?
Roll a bunny! This activity will go great with your other Its Not Easy Being a Bunny Activities! Roll the dice, read the sight word and build your bunny!
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