How to teach the 100th Day of School
This 100th Day of School Party Worksheet is a great way to teach your kids about the author and illustrator of a book. In this worksheet, the student must tell how the author and illustrator work together to make a book great.
In order for a student to get a better understanding of what a book is all about, it is important for them to learn more about the author and illustrator and the strategies that they use when creating a book.
This worksheet is also perfect for having the students look at the front cover of a book and tell what they think the story is about. This is good for teaching and learning inferencing.
Other resources to use with this 100th Day of School Party Worksheet
If you're looking for a fun and engaging book to read to your students on the 100th day of school, then The Night Before the 100th Day of School is a perfect book to read.
This worksheet is a great addition to any 100th day of school party and is great to celebrating this great accomplishment during the school year. You can use this worksheet as an extension activity of your party and help students learn all about the author and illustrator of a book, as well as helping them to make inferences about a story and the strategies that authors and illustrators use to help portray their ideas in a story.
Use this worksheet as an independent activity during your 100th day of school, or send it home after you read the story in class. Be sure to check out our Inference Worksheets and Inference Activities
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