|Our class read ABC EASTER BUNNY by Ida DeLage. This book uses each letter of the alphabet and refers to some part of bunnies and Easter. Then we decided to make our own ABC bunny alphabet book. Each child took one or two letters of the alphabet and created their own page.|
A bunny nibbles on an apple.
The bunny brings Easter Eggs.
The bunny eats a carrot.
The bunny gets to watch the dolphins swim.
The Easter bunny carrys eggs to everyone's house.
The bunny runs very fast.
The bunny giggles.
A bunny can be a hare.
I see the Easter bunny.
The bunny's jelly beans are in the jar.
The bunny hops with a kangaroo.
The bunny likes to dance between houses.
The Easter bunny's mother helps bring the eggs.
The Easter bunny is being nice.
The bunny eats octopus.
The bunny paddles along.
The Easter bunny is quiet.
A bunny is like a rabbit.
The Easter bunny snores.
I talk to the bunny.
The bunny lives in an underground hole.
The bunny is very sleepy.
A bunny wiggles it's tail.
A bunny is excited to give the eggs out.
The bunny takes out a yo-yo.
The bunny zips his coat.
New York State Standard 2: Language for Literary Response and Expression
Performance Indicator: create their own stories, poems and songs using the elements of the literature they have read and use appriopriate vocabulary.