This is an emergent reader that is just perfect for St. Patrick's Day or later in the year when you need readers that are a bit more challenging. It has dots under the text to ensure successful tracking and the artwork by Makda is kid friendly! Students have an opportunity to draw a self portrait on the final page which can be done as a guided drawing activity.
What better way to remind our students of how lucky they are to be at school with their teacher.
Also provided is a teacher version of this reader in color. Make several copies for children to use after their independent work is finished.
I include that in the directions. Usually I introduce the book with the teacher version with the whole group. When I use the small readers I do it in small groups and then I can listen to individual students read. We also highlight the sight words. I hope that helps.
I bought your "Lucky Me" reader- it's great, as is all your stuff. However, when I print it out, there are several pages that do not print out right. For example, on pg. 11 (I believe), the little girl has 2 heads, one is where her torso should be. And the page with the children lined up with the teacher, there is a blue rectangle over where their faces should be. It's strange. I've tried putting fresh ink in my printer & downloading the most recent version of adobe, but to no avail.
I really want to be able to use this book with my kids. Any ideas??