Eric Carle’s Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? Book Companion Craft & Writing
As you read Eric Carle’s sweet book, practice comprehension skills, and connect to the text as you discuss how animal babies have mothers, too. Show students real pictures of mother and baby animals, using classroom resources or by doing a quick internet search.
Student fills in the blanks with the name of an animal (twice) and draws pictures of the mama and baby on the writing/drawing sheet. Glue sheet to frame piece. Create kangaroos by cutting and gluing. Attach kangaroos to frame for display. NOTE: Glue mama kangaroo body to back of frame. Add mama head to front of frame.
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Page 4: Writing/Drawing Sheet
Page 5: Frame
Page 6: Mama Kangaroo: body, two ears, head
Page 7: Baby Kangaroo (2 sets): two ears, head
Additional book companions to go along with this craft include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
The Night Before Mother's Day
What Not to Give Your Mom on Mother's Day
Clifford's Happy Mother's Day
Just Grandma and Me
I Love You, Stinky Face
Love You Forever
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