The Creepy Carrots Book is one of my favorite read alouds for the month of October. These PRINT-AND-GO reading comprehension resources correlate with the story. Keep your students engaged during Halloween with the Creepy Carrot craft that is included too!
This mini reading comprehension unit was designed to use along with Creepy Carrots and focus on a different comprehension skill each day. These simple activities will help your students develop their vocabulary skills and comprehension of the story while having some fun, too!
Here is what you’ll get with this Creepy Carrots Book:
- Vocabulary Cards
- Vocabulary Interactive Notebook
- Story Element Graphic Organizer
- Story Sequencing Cut and Paste
- ABC Order Practice
- Cause and Effect Cut and Paste
- Comprehension Task Cards
- Creepy Carrot Craft
A digital version of this resource is also available via Google Slides.
These Creepy Carrots by Arron Reynolds activities are low prep and will keep your students actively engaged during the month of October. They can be used during a whole group lesson or incorporated into small group instruction.
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What are teachers saying about this Creepy Carrots Book…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Fabulous resource! They had a blast with all of these activities, and it made a great interactive option for a sub I ended up having to use! Thanks!” – Keri S.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I used this resource around Halloween! My second graders loved the Creepy Carrots book and this resource was perfect to extend the text a little further. They especially loved the Creepy Carrots craft sheets. We ended up using it as a bulletin board craft for our board outside the classroom. Everyone loved it! I highly recommend this resource!” – Anna P.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I love reading the story “Creepy Carrots by Arron Reynolds” to my class around Halloween time. This resource is a great way to dive deeper into the story and work with all the different parts. The students really enjoy the activities that go along with it. Highly recommend this resource.” – Ashley V.
If you have any questions about this unit, just let me know and I’ll be happy to help.
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