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- This is a leveled describing activity themed around monthly vocabulary. It includes photo describing activities for all 12 months, using real photographs (no clip art) to represent each word. For each month, you get 10 pictures, each with 3 levels of describing worksheets. You also get a pre-teachin$33.60$42.00Save $8.40
This is a leveled describing activity themed around August vocabulary. It includes real photographs (no clip art) to represent each word. Included are 10 pictures, each with 3 levels of describing worksheets (aka, each picture includes 3 worksheets).
- Level 1: Answer Choices
- Level 2: Graphic Organizer
- Level 3: Written Description
An answer key is also included for Level 1.
How to Use:
- You may use these activities to move across levels (Example: 1st session you may use Level 1 to highlight answers that describe the picture. 2nd sessions you may transfer this information into the graphic organizer. 3rd session you may use the graphic organizer to write a short description of the picture).
- You may have students who do not need Level 1. In this case, you may read a short story over the targeted vocabulary (for example, if you choose the word “apple" you may read about how the apple life cycle), then fill out the Level 2 graphic organizer, or go straight to Level 3 and write a short description about what you learned.
Breakdown of Levels
In this level, your student is provided with answer choices (6 correct answers, 4 incorrect answers). Your student can look at the picture and color in the boxes that describe the picture. 4 boxes will remain uncolored, since they will NOT describe the picture.
- Descriptive areas include: category, function/what it does, what it looks like, what it’s made of/comes from/character traits, parts, and where it’s found
In this level, your student is provided with a graphic organizer for describing. The graphic organizer looks at the same 6 descriptive areas (category, function/what it does, what it looks like, what it’s made of/comes from/character traits, parts, and where it’s found) but NO answer choices.
In this level, your student is provided with a lined space for describing. This is where your student can write a few sentences (about a paragraph) over the picture to describe it. This worksheet may best be used after your student organizes their thoughts in Level 2.
Images may be related to:
•Other August themed vocabulary
Pencil, Crayons, Backpack, Apple, Bus, Locker, Computer, Notebook, Playground, Desk.
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