Teaching Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells

Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells

Use the picture book Bunny Cakes and other stories by Rosemary Wells to support young students' literacy and promote school readiness. After reading the book aloud with your class, extend learning with early reading activities and fun printables. The story can be a springboard for talking about siblings, birthdays, and baking.

Bunny Cakes was the 2014 Read for the Record book! Learn more at http://jstart.org/campaigns/read-record. You can read Bunny Cakes aloud to your class for free at We Give Books.

Reading Bunny Cakes

Jumpstart's Read for the Record Activities

Max and Ruby Printables

These printables feature children's favorite bunnies – Max and Ruby!

How to Participate in Read for the Record

1. Pledge to read.
2. Mark your classroom calendar for October 21.
3. Buy a print copy of the book or bookmark the digital version of Bunny Cakes from We Give Books.
4. Download Read for the Record activities, guides, and event materials from TeacherVision.
5. On October 21, read Bunny Cakes with your students, and enjoy some of our fun reading activities together.

Early Reading Activities

Read Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells, then use these School Readiness Activities to provide early language and mathematical thinking experiences for preschool children.

Preschool Readiness

Get ready for preschool with these early learning activities.

Birthday Theme

In Bunny Cakes, Max and Ruby are celebrating Grandma's birthday. Graph and celebrate birthdays with these lessons and printables.

Baking Recipes

Max and Ruby bake a cake for Grandma's birthday. Talk about baking and follow these recipes to make your own treats.

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