It's Max the puppy's first Easter. He comes outside and sees Hen's eggs lying everywhere! Max thinks someone is playing a trick on Hen. So, he carefully picks up every egg and puts them in a pile for Hen. Will the Easter Egg Hunt be ruined?
The credit for the adorable artwork has to go to Kari Bolt!
This pack comes with two versions of the story. They are both in black and white so you can make as many classroom copies as you want. One version that would be appropriate for students reading at kindergarten level and another for students reading at the 1st grade level. Each version has flash cards with all of the words. There is also a power point of the easier version which is in color.
This pack includes three comprehension activities:
A. A Story Cube activity - role the dice with pictures of main events from the story. Find the sentence that describes the picture and glue it on the answer sheet.
B.Quiz on the story.
C. Sight word sentence match- Match the sentence with the picture it describes.
D. Sight Word sentence scramble.- Unscramble the words to make a sentence that makes sense. Glue the sentence next to the correct picture.
A. Describe your favorite part of the story. (Word bank included).
B. Create a book of the major events.
(Write a sentence describing what is happening in each of the pictures from the story).
C. Silly Sentence Mix Up. (Students take one card from each of three stacks. They then read the card and then determine if the sentence is "silly" or makes sense. Students must then write down two silly sentences and two sentences that make sense).
III. Grammar Activities
A. Create an adjective book.
B. Use adjectives from your book to describe characters from the story on a fill in the blank worksheet.
C. Describe a favorite character. Draw a picture of your favorite character in the "picture frame." Then use words from your adjective book to describe the character.
IV. Phonemic Awareness Activities-
This pack comes with seven worksheets on phoneme isolation. Students have to break a word down into its phonemes (sounds). The worksheets get gradually more difficult.