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Vocabulary Cards – The cards can be used on bulletin boards, or even just as a quick set of cards that you introduce before reading the story.
Before you read worksheet – Use this for independent morning work the morning before you read the story. It works great to build background knowledge. Students love to predict what the story will be about after they had done their morning work!
Dictionary Skills Interactive- Students will have a page that will go over pronunciation skills, and parts of speech from a dictionary. Students will have an opportunity to glue down a labeled dictionary entry for reference in their ELA interactive notebook. They will also practice looking up other words either online or in an old school dictionary.
Cut and Paste Sequencing Activity- Students can either glue the boxes down in their interactive notebook, or a sheet of paper, or you can go all out with this activity. I like to have students create new illustrations to go with each event. Then I have students glue them down onto a long piece of construction paper to create a cartoon strip. It looks so cute hanging up in the hallway! I have students write a B,M, or E on the back in order to teach students to organize events into beginning, middle and end events. This helps with sequencing skills!
Letter Writing Worksheet- Students will write a “Thank you” letter to the Professor. They will need to include meaningful moments in the story. This is a great time to review key events, punctuation and parts of a letter.
This would make for great sub plans, or a quick reading filler. I have also used this as a reading center as well! I hope you find this product helpful!