Scarecrow Thematic Unit

Looking for some great pre-Thanksgiving fun? Give Scarecrows a try.
This year's family take-home project: Scarecrows 

This year's family take-home project: Scarecrows 

Complement our harvest, fall, Halloween, or Thanksgiving units with these great scarecrow activities inspired by the book "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything" - by Linda Williams & illustrated by Megan Lloyd

The Scarecrow unit features activities that are clearly written, easy to use, and need limited amounts of preparation. Each activity has clear objectives and are strategically linked to the Common Core Standards.

Unit includes:

Literacy Activities:
The Little Old Lady: Story Elements/Sequencing
The Scarecrow: Using Metacognition
Yummy Pumpkins: Word Substitution
Spin a Scarecrow: Blending Onset and Rime
The Sound Maze: Identifying Initial Sounds
Catching Crows: Identifying Letters
Scarecrow Rhymes: Matching Rhyming Pictures
Find the Crow: Writing Capital Letters
Scarecrow Sounds: Identifying Initial Sounds

Math Activities

Scare-A-Crow: Creating a Picture Graph and Recording Data
The Scarecrow: Using Pattern Blocks to Make a Larger Shape
Scarecrow Scare: Comparing Numbers
Scarecrows Count: Counting Forward
Counting Crows: Counting Cardinality
Team Scarecrow: Comparing Groups

Art Projects
Pattern Block Scarecrow
My Shape Scarecrow

Scarecrow Snack
Scarecrow Supper

Scarecrow Word Wall
If I Were a Scarecrow
How to Scare Crows
Label-It Scarecrow
Classroom Book: My Scarecrow

Guided Reading Books
The Scarecrow

The Scarecrow
Little Scarecrow
How Scary Can You Be?
Scarecrow Turn Around
Dingle Dangle Scarecrow