One scarecrow activity we did was a fall themed scarecrow glyph. They turned out really cute and look great displayed in my room. Students also did a little writing to go along with their scarecrows. They wrote an opinion piece whether or not they thought they would make a good scarecrow. Most agreed, being a scarecrow is not their ideal job.
If you are interested in doing this glyph with your kiddos, you can click here to find it at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
This book has really lovely illustrations and a story that is the perfect springboard for teaching all sorts of comprehension lessons. Sequencing, characters, setting, plot, conflict/solution, you name it. Below you will find sample of a comprehension graphic organizer we used with the story, focusing on characters.
The students picked their favorite character from The Scarecrow's Hat and then completed the graphic organizer.
You can have a FREE copy this graphic organizer by clicking on the picture.
I hope some of these suggestions and activities can be useful to you. Thanks so much for stopping by.