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SarynaN
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This MF Caldecott Award winner, written by Aaron Reynolds, was a great easy-read. The story follows Jasper rabbit, who loves the carrots in Crackenhopper field. That is until they hatch a plan of their own. In the end, Jasper builds a fence keeping the carrots in and him out. This book would be great for a read aloud.
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SarynaN https://storiesbystorie.com/creepy-carrots-retelling-activity/
This link provides a free activity to help students retell “Creepy Carrots”. After practicing a retell orally as a class, students can then try the activity on there own or in small groups. This activity will utilize UDL 3.2 and ESOL strategy 30.
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Apeacock12
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Creepy Carrots is a MF written by Aaron Reynolds and illustrated by Peter Brown. Creepy Carrots is a Caldecott Honor winning picture book. This is a creepy story that follows Jasper Rabbit who is being chased by creepy carrots! Students will love this creepy tale and will have fun trying to figure out what‘s going to happen next. Students can take turns creating their own alternate endings to this fun story.

Apeacock12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRwcxyEzs8o
This website will take you to a read aloud with sound effects of Creepy Carrots. This website can satisfy ESOL strategy 17 and UDL strategy 1.1. The following link also has alternate lesson plans you can use: https://mrswillskindergarten.com/creepy-carrots-lesson-plans/
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jmartucci
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Creepy Carrots, by Aaron Reynolds, a MF story and winner of a Caldecott honor, was a great story! This is a story about a young rabbit named Jasper who loves carrots and eats them all the time- until the day the carrots start following him. Students will love getting to see the beautiful drawings as it is RA to them.

jmartucci ESOL strategy 20 could be used, listing some important words on the board since there may be a few tricky ones for students to understand. A UDL strategy used could be to guide information processing and visualization (3.3). This captivating reading of Creepy Carrots would be very fun to play in the classroom! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JHtihBb34 #ucflae3414su19 1w
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DawnS
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Creepy Carrots! Is a MF book awarded the Caldecott Honor. It is a highly engaging book that I would use in a classroom RA. The book features Jasper Rabbit who loves eating the carrots from Crackenhopper field; however, one day he finds they are following him! His suspicions cause funny antics to ensue until he decides to build an enclosure. Little did he know, they were really wanting to keep him out! #UCFLAE3414SU19

DawnS The Author Aaron Reynolds offers a link to a video trailer introduction that would be a great way to peak interests for students http://www.aaron-reynolds.com/videos.html I would satisfy UDL3.2 which is to highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships by asking questions throughout the RA to students. ESOL 5 teaching technical vocabulary supporting key concepts will also be employed, I would pre-teach words like sinister. 2w
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Lova
Creepy Pair of Underwear! | Aaron Reynolds
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This was a really cute book. Adorable illustrations and funny story. This one may find it‘s way to my classroom if I can find it in translation.

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Clwojick
Creepy Pair of Underwear! | Aaron Reynolds
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This would be such a fun book to read to children around Halloween! 💚

#BBRC #A2Z @LibrarianRyan #picturebook #illustrated

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KatieanneF
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Really really enjoyable. The full mystery is never actually resolved, and I rather loved that. Felt very “right” in keeping with the atmosphere created by Ms. #Jackson. She is so talented. Just loved this story. #mystery #spooky

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5feet.of.fury
Black House | Stephen King, Peter Straub
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Spent some quality time with #stephenking and #peterstraub this morning on a 3 mile run. #🏃🏻‍♀️ #spooky #fantasy #fiction #audible #audiobooks my first ever attempt at audiobooking, I have a tendency to space out but we‘re gonna give it a try.

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Macker11
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This SF book was an outstanding read for children! It has won the Caldecott award for its illustrations which were done by Peter Brown and written by Aaron Reynolds. I would use this book as a RT strategy and allow children to act it out. Jasper couldn‘t get enough carrots, until one day he thinks they‘re following him. He then comes up with a plan to stop them from getting out, little does he know, he can‘t get in. Just what the carrots wanted.

LibrarianRyan 😂 😂Have you read the sequel: Creepy pair of underwear. We accidentally misplaced the book at work and had our big boss in a tizzy because he kept hearing the staff talk about their creepy underwear. 😂 2w
Macker11 Students will be able to use the 5.3 UDL strategy when they see other students act out the book. Also, EL strategy 14, simply speech by making it slower and redundant. This story has redundant words and actions. I would also use this resource: http://readingtokids.org/Books/BookView.php?pag=5&bookID=00001152 and allow my students to create their own creepy carrot! 2w
Macker11 @LibrarianRyan I actually just saw on the publishers website the sequel! I will have to check it out! Too funny. 2w
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MeaganM @Macker11 When I saw the cover of this book in class; I was so interested to see what it was about! My children love Halloween and to me it would be good to introduce to children around that time! I love that your resource has a craft activity for K-2nd grade to do. This is a great suggestion that I will be doing with my own children at home. 2w
Macker11 @MeaganM I think it is a great read for Halloween! There are so many activities you could do with the book in the classroom. 2w
DawnS I love your photo with the real carrots! Such a great idea. Also I like how extensive your website resource is. It gives some of the examples of more difficult words and discussion ideas. 2w
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RadicalReader
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