The Koala Who Could Kindergarten Arts and Crafts Writing Lesson Activity
After reading The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright, practice comprehension skills, and connect to the text as you complete the koala craft. During guidance time, have a discussion about trying new things. Ask students about something they had been nervous to try, such as riding a bike. Also ask about something they are still nervous to try, like jumping from a high dive. Invite students to share. During writing time, glue writing sheet to a standard sheet of construction paper to create a frame. Glue koala onto sheet. Then students complete sentences. Two writing options are included:
I was nervous to try and I am nervous to try. Students draw pictures to match the words in the space provided.
Our kindergarten arts and crafts are downloads you can print at home or school. Each craft includes a cover and a contents page, so you know exactly how to put pieces together. The only supplies you need are paper, scissors, glue, and crayons! Enjoy creating with the kids!
Page 1: cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland note
Page 3: product details
Page 4: head, two hands
(Color eyes orange.)
Page 5: two ears (2 sets)
Pages 6, 7: writing/drawing sheets
Additional book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Can You Cuddle Like a Koala
National Geographic Kids: Koalas
The Koala that Couldn't Sleep
A Koala's World
The cover of Krazy for Kindyland products include exact JPEG(s) of included craft(s).
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