… We’ve been doing just that all month long! There are too many fun robot books to not have a robot-themed unit! I’m so excited about this one, I’m creating a full literacy-pack that will be available on the Teachers Pay Teachers site… eventually. Just as soon as I find time to complete it… aaaaand figure out how the heck to post it into my store (I’m a serious newbie there).
I’ll share some of the fun with you here, and I encourage you to grab some robot books to read with your kids or students. You don’t even have to suggest a craft or activity to follow these books – the kids suggest and ask for it themselves! I mean, what kid doesn’t want to make a robot?
Here are the stories we read:
We played some robot games after each story, and these games helped us practice some essential early literacy skills like rhyming, vocabulary, and alphabet knowledge.
Then we created! Each class project serves as catalysts for further story discussion, it gets the kids’ creative juices flowing, those imaginations start dreaming things up, and then they end up with a fun little reminder of that week’s story to take home with them!
Here are a couple of the projects we made: