Have you had the pleasure of reading this beautiful book by Jan Brett?
My class is a big fan of all things Jan. We just love her fun stories and absolutely BEAUTIFUL illustrations.
The Easter Egg is a sweet story about generosity, bravery and selflessness. Little Hoppi wants to decorate the most beautiful egg so that he can win the honour of helping the Easter Rabbit deliver eggs. But he’s overwhelmed by the many choices and the enormity of the task.
After Hoppi comes to Mother Robin’s rescue, a lovely surprise is in store for him.
Looking for some activities to go with the book? I have a few right here!
My class is learning about story elements, so this is the template we used today.
We also painted our own beautiful eggs. This idea was originally from the blog, Art Projects for Kids. The kids drew their designs in crayon and then we painted a wash of colour over top.
The kids then chose their favourite 3 eggs, cut them out, glued them into their journals, then wrote a description.
We also painted these gorgeous bunnies. It was a directed lesson. We used blue construction paper, tempera paint and black crayons for outlining. I found this idea at the Art Teacher’s Closet blog.
Since we’re having an Easter egg hunt tomorrow we got busy and made our bunny baskets.
And finally, here’s the poem we’ve been learning all week.
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Thanks for stopping by and Happy Easter!