{Creepy Carrots} Digital + Printable Storybook STEM (Distance Learning)

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Grade Levels
K – 3rd
English Language Arts, Science, Halloween
Resource Type
Activities, Fun Stuff, Cooperative Learning
Formats Included
89 pages


These printable and digital interactive activities are perfect for K-3rd Grade! Differentiated Google Slides and Seesaw versions are ready to click and share immediately with students or parents for use during distance learning at home!

Digital Storybook STEM allows students to complete interactive digital slides for both language arts and STEM that supplement the book. Slides include fillable charts and templates, along with links to relevant online videos and resources.

Full printable version for classroom instruction is also included!

Created by Brooke Brown and Katie King, Storybook STEM provides elementary teachers with weekly all-in-one units to cover essential skills in reading comprehension, vocabulary, math, science, and engineering.

This special edition of Storybook STEM accompanies the following book and

They make the perfect Halloween STEM Challenges!

Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown

Includes the following:

*Comprehension Bookmark

*Character Thoughts Activities

*Perspective Activities

*Ending Activities

*Plot Twist Activities

*Vocabulary Activities

*”Shape Fences” STEM Challenge (Engineering Enclosures, Polygons, Area,
Perimeter, Calculating Costs)

*Includes Lesson Plan, vocabulary photo examples, QR Code research and

science connection, and student recording sheets.

©Brooke Brown, LLC at Teach Outside the Box

©Katie King at Queen of the First Grade Jungle

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10 reviews for {Creepy Carrots} Digital + Printable Storybook STEM (Distance Learning)

  1. PDXteaching with joy

    I used this last year, and it was a great resource; really engaging. I saw that it updated and downloaded it – what an amazing gift to have the activities converted for google slides AND seesaw! I am teaching 4th this grade, so will not be using this for all students, but I wanted to speak up because this kind of updating is worth pointing out. This TPT seller is one to favorite! -PDXteaching with joy

  2. Denise T.

    My students love this book and I love the STEM activity. So much fun for students and they really worked on problem solving. Love all your STEM activities. -Denise T.

  3. Kathryn A.

    Used it today with my students and they LOVED it! It was so interesting to see the different fences that they came up with. -Kathryn A.

  4. Janel O.

    We used this as an extension activity for my 2nd graders. I focused on the building of the carrots and fence and then the high flyers completed the rest of the activities. It was great and I will definitely use it again! -Janel O.

  5. Kmwhyte’s Kreations

    I absolutely love this resource, I’m using it with both my math and science classes for our Stem Challenge for the next two weeks and they are so excited! I love how it goes along with a book and features so many math elements I plan to use to preteach some concepts we haven’t gotten to yet 🙂 -Kmwhyte’s Kreations

  6. Karla C.

    My students loved this activity. They were engaged and creating the whole time – some were extremely sad that our time came to an end. This was a great way to stretch our imaginations and think outside the box. This was a great activity to tie STEAM into the reading of Creepy Carrots! -Karla C.

  7. Anna C.

    Really appreciate the updates to make this more widely accessible – I’ve used this multiple years in different positions and the students always love it and are able to practice STEAM skills and articulate their learning in ways that are meaningful for them and for me. -Anna C.

  8. Angelica R.

    I loved it gave the option of in person and remote. I personally put together materials for the students to pick up and complete at their homes. We did it together virtually and the kids had a blast! I enjoyed it myself. We used marshmallows and toothpicks! Thank you for this fun activity! -Angelica R.

  9. Natalie S.

    This was a wonderful resource to connect STEM and literacy. It was easy to use and very engaging for my students. This has become my favorite Halloween activity, and I plan to use it year after year! -Natalie S.

  10. Callie M.

    Such a great resource and very engaging for all students. The prep was a breeze and now can use with virtual students as well! -Callie M.

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