The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Arlene M. Alverio
February 27, 2007
Date: February 28, 2007
Grade: 2nd – 3rd
Theme: Picture Books
Topic: The Tale of Peter Rabbit
After the students read the
picture book, “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” they
will be able to:
1. Respond and relate the story to their personal
2. Summarize the story using pictures that depict the
3. Analyze and compare their family with Peter Rabbit’s
4. Help Peter find the solution to his problem.
Story “The Tale of Peter Rabbit”
• Construction Paper
• Crayons, color pencils, or markers
A. Initial Activities
2. Roll Call
3. Statement of Aim:
“Students, today we will be reading
The Tale of Peter Rabbit.”
4. Students will predict what will happen
in the story by observing the title page.
B. Developmental Activities
1. Read the story.
2. After reading the story, the teacher will ask
questions allowing students to respond.
3. The teacher will divide the students in groups
in which they will cut and paste the sequence
4. The teacher will explain the sequence of events
with the help of the students.
C. Closing Activities
1. The teacher will discuss the
different types of families.
2. After the discussion, the students will draw
their family on construction paper. Volunteers
will introduce their family to the rest of the
3. After this activity, the teacher will facilitate a
maze where students will help Peter Rabbit
find his way out of trouble.
The students will find and
color the hidden rabbits in the