National Geographic Kids: Hop, Bunny!
What do bunnies do all day? Where do they go? What do they see? This book will tell you>
After your child receives and reads this book, Discuss one or more of the following questions to help him/her make connections and build comprehension.
- Bunnies have big ears. Bunnies have big back feet. Have a parent help you. Research why. How do their ears help them? How do their back feet help them?
- Have a parent help you. Research what bunnies eat. Share what you learn.
- Have a parent help you. Research what a bunny might be afraid of. Make a list of at least five things.
- Look at the pictures on page 23. Follow the directions to write a story about a bunny. Share your story with a parent.
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Animals: bunny, deer, squirrel, bug,
Plants: tree, leaf, fern, flower
Water: pond, stream, waterfall