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“A book so creepy, so carroty, that it will change everything you thought you knew about root vegetables.”

Creepy Carrots!

2012

Words by

Aaron Reynolds

Pictures by

Peter Brown


  • Mathematics everything you thought you knew about root vegetables.”

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  • Calculate the area of Crackenhopper field and the length of the fence Jasper built (perimeter). (2.G.2,3.MD.5,3.MD.8)

  • On graph paper, design your own fence and moat. What shape is your fence? What shape is your moat? (1.G.1,2.G.1,3.G.1)


  • Fine Arts: Optical Illusions everything you thought you knew about root vegetables.”

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  • Jasper Rabbit thinks he sees creepy carrots everywhere, even when they aren’t there. Discuss optical illusions and look at several examples (available from the Exploratorium).

  • Create your own optical illusion by making a thaumatrope.


Carrots Galore! everything you thought you knew about root vegetables.”

  • Do rabbits actually eat carrots? Research rabbits, their habitats and what they like to eat. (W.1.7,2.7,3.7)

  • Where in the world do carrots grow? Consult the charts, maps and graphs available at the World Carrot Museum website.

  • (RI.1.6,2.7,3.7)

  • Grow a carrot. Keep a journal of written and

  • drawn daily observations. (W.1.7,2.7,3.7; SL1.5)




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