I’ve loved Peter Rabbit since I was a kid and I first read The Tale of Peter Rabbit. I still have that tiny picture book (now falling apart) from my childhood. (Of course, I think I called him Peter Cottontail.) It’s one of the earliest books that I remember reading and loving. So, you can imagine my . . . ahem, hesitancy when I heard that they were doing a Peter Rabbit movie. I mean, how could they possibly improve upon that beloved little rabbit in the blue coat?
Well, I’ve only seen a preview of the movie so I reserve the right to full judgment later, but The Tale of Peter Rabbit movie trailer looks funny and fantastic!
Peter Rabbit Movie Trailer
And, just like whenever a new book or movie of interest comes out, I figure out how to incorporate it into our learning with awesome lesson plans or activities to pair up with the movie (and/or book). Here are 60 free ways you can incorporate the book and/or movie into your learning!
FREE Peter Rabbit Activities, Worksheets, Printables, Lesson Plans, and Crafts
Do a mini lesson unit (Pre-K-Grade 1)
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Work on Peter Rabbit character traits (Grades 3-5)
Make a rabbit paper bag puppet (then use it as a story time helper)
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Make Peter’s Coat (use old fabric, felt, or even tissue paper)
Do the Eating Like a Rabbit project
Peter Rabbit Books and Gifts
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