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“Click, Clack, Peep!” is another great book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin (book not included) about the regular “Click, Clack” group. In this book they are waiting for a baby duck to hatch and then trying everything to get the baby to be quiet and go to sleep!
Page 1 – Cover Sheet
Page 2 – Contents and Directions
Page 3 – Sequence Cards
Page 4 – Comprehension Question Cards
Page 5 – Yes/No Question Cards
Page 6-15 – “Hatched” – cards are included for antonyms, synonyms, multiple meaning words, functions, and irregular verbs. Each student could work from a different set if they have different objectives. Each set contains 30 cards plus 9 “hatched” cards. Students take turns drawing a card and giving the correct answer – if they draw a “hatched” card, they hang onto to it. The student with the most “hatched” cards at the end is the winner.
Page 16 – Find the Chicks – Print one page for each student (black and white). – Colors, vocabulary, spatial concepts
Page 17 – Directions for “Find the Chicks”
Page 18-19 – Same/Different/Compare/Contrast Cards
Page 20 – Easter Egg Baskets – open-ended – This is a good game for articulation or by using your own skill cards. Students draw a card and give the number of answers shown on the card. The student with the most eggs in their baskets is the winner.
Page 21-22 – “On the Farm” – Page 21 are 2 copies of the “collection card” – print one for each student. These can be used with magnetic chips or play dough. Inferences for selecting the correct picture are found on page 22.
Page 23 – “Carrot Categories” – Collection Cards – print one for each student to use to collect their carrots.
Page 24-27 – “Carrot Categories” – students draw a carrot, look at the three pictures on the card, and state the category. If they get the category correct, they hang on to the carrot. The student with the most carrots at the end of the game is the winner. You can also use these cards to hide around the room and students will find them and use a complete sentence describing location.
Page 28 – Farm Animal Emotions – Cut out the scenarios and put the emoticons in front of the students. They decide which emotion is appropriate for the scenario.
Page 29 – Back Cover/Credits