This BUNDLE includes a book companion for Annie and the Wild Animals by Jan Brett and a set of flip books for sequencing and story elements!
What a fun way to share this fun book all about winter!
Annie and the Wild Animals Book Companion Includes: (63 pages)
Poor little Annie's cat has disappeared! Annie wants to find a new friend from the woods. She bakes corn cakes and places them on the edge of the forest. Use these materials along with the book by Jan Brett.
Page 1 Cover
Page 2 Table of Contents
Page 3 Predict
Page 4 Favorite Part
Page 5 Beginning, Middle and End
Page 6 Cause and Effect
Page 7-8 Story Sequencing Sentences
Page 9 Main Character Details
Page 10-12 Writing Pages: Let children write about the story after reading, or post a question on the white board and let them write the answer on the writing pages.
Page 13 Sequence the Wild Animals
Page 14-15 Mini Book of Story Elements
Page 16 What animal was your favorite?
Page 17-32 Emergent Reader
Page 33-47 Story Sequencing Cards
**these cards have the same text and illustrations as the emergent reader.
Use them for sequencing activities, retellings, and matching text to picture activities
Page 48-51 Pocket Chart Character Picture and Word Cards
Page 52 Recipe for Corn Cakes
Page 53-62 Creative Writing Prompts....LOVE these!
Includes blank spaces for illustrating or habitat scenes for adding animals and coloring!
Kids love this extension!!!
Annie and the Wild Animals Flip Books: (28 pages with 5 flip book templates)
FIVE Flip Books to go along with the story Annie and the Wild Animals by Jan Brett.
Super easy....print, cut and staple!
Story Elements Flip Book: (3 options)
This flip book has pages for....
Option #1 has all blank pages for writing or drawing the responses.
Option #2 has graphics for the setting and character pages that the students can color and label! The rest of the pages are blank for writing and drawing.
Option #2 has lined pages for writing!
Annie and the Wild Animals Sequencing Flip Book: (2 options)
This sequencing activity follows the "somebody, wanted, but, then. finally" format.
Option #1 has drawing boxes for children to illustrate each part of the story and add a short sentence.
Option #2 has lined pages for all writing
You can use these for a whole group activities, small literacy groups, or if you have an age level where they can work independently, put these at a literacy center along with multiple copies of the book and use it as a literacy center activity!