I’ve loved Peter Rabbit since I was a kid and I first read The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
I still have that tiny Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter picture book (now falling apart) from my childhood.
(Of course, I think I called him Peter Cottontail. They are the same, aren’t they???)
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!
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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).
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Is Peter Rabbit movie OK for kids?
The Peter Rabbit movie is rated PG for some “some rude humor and action.”
What age is Peter Rabbit movie appropriate for?
Most parental reviews and family sites are listing the movie as appropriate for ages 7+.
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60 FREE Peter Rabbit Activities, Worksheets, Printables, Lesson Plans, and Crafts
Do a mini lesson unit (PreK-Grade 1)
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Make Peter’s Coat (use old fabric, felt, or even tissue paper)
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