Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables

Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
Everybody Works Kindergarten NO PREP Supplemental Printables
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Journey into reading with this NO PREP packet of literacy printables that can be used in so many ways. You can use it for reading and writing centers during rotations, as formative classroom assessment, enrichment for your gifted students, or even RTI for your students that need a little something extra. These supplemental materials go with the book Everybody Works by Sheley Rotner and Ken Kreisler. Journal prompt powerpoints are included. They are full of colorful and eye-catching fonts and pictures to start your day.
 
Each page is completely common core aligned and lists the standard right at the bottom of the page. “I Can” statements for each standard are also listed on the page to save you time!
 
Skills Addressed in This Set:
Grammar: Action Verbs in the Present Tense, Verb Tenses
Vocabulary: Classify and Categorize Words for Jobs, Words With Endings –ed, -ing
Phonics: Beginning Sounds, Words in Oral Sentences, Letter Mm
Writing: Narrative Writing, Story Sentences, Development
Reading: Text and Graphic Features, Analyze/Evaluate, Genre
Speaking and Listening: Talk About Jobs
Concepts of Print and Fluency: Spaces Between Words, Environmental Print, Pause For Punctuation, High-Frequency Words
 
Journal Entry Pages:A Job For Me (W.K.2, W.K.8, SL.K.5) - Students will draw to answer what kind of job they would like to have, then trace a sentence that goes with it.

Fun (W.K.1, W.K.8, SL.K.5) – Students will draw to show what kind of job is the most fun, then trace a sentence to go with the prompt.

Important (W.K.1, W.K.8, SL.K.5) – Students will draw to show which kinds of jobs are the most important in society, then trace a sentence to go with it.

Jobs For Everyone (W.K.1, W.K.8, SL.K.5) – Students will draw to show why people work, then trace a sentence to go with the prompt.

Work (W.K.1, W.K.8, SL.K.5) – Students will draw to show what kinds of work people do, then trace a sentence to go with the prompt.


Grammar Practice:
I Can Write Verbs (L.K.1b) – Students will trace verbs and color pictures that go with each one.

I Can Find Verbs (L.K.1b) – Students will color the verb in each sentence.

I Can Write Verbs (L.K.1b) – Students will match verbs on a chart to pictures below and write them neatly on the line.

I Can Write Verbs (L.K.1b) – Students will trace each verb and draw to illustrate each sentence.

I Can Listen and Find Verbs (L.K.1b, SL.K.2) – Students will listen to teacher instructions (which are included) and color and trace words to find verbs and nouns.


Vocabulary Practice:
I Can Use New Words (L.K.6) – Students will trace vocabulary word sentences and color pictures (including extended vocabulary).

I Can Use New Words (L.K.6) – Students will trace vocabulary word sentences and color pictures (including extended vocabulary).

I Can Sort –ed and –ing Words (L.K.4b, L.K.6) – Students will cut and paste to sort –ed and –ing words.

I Can Classify Jobs (L.K.5a, L.K.6) – Students will cut and paste to sort jobs that are done indoors and jobs that are done outdoors.

I Can Use New Words (L.K.6) – Students will trace vocabulary word sentences and color pictures (including extended vocabulary).

Phonics Practice:
I Can Find the Beginning Sound (L.K.1a, RF.K.2d) – Students will fill in the blank to show the first sound in each picture.

I Can Find Words That Start With M (RF.K.2d) – Students will color pictures that show words that start with the /m/ sound.

I Can Find M Words (RF.K.2d) – Students will cut and paste words that begin with the /m/ sound.

I Can Count Words in Sentences (RF.K.1, SL.K.2) – Students will listen to teacher instructions (which are included) to show how many words are in a sentence read orally.

I Can Find the Letter M (L.K.1a) – Students will cut and paste to find uppercase and lowercase letter M.

Writing Practice:
I Can Create Story Sentences (W.K.3) – Students will draw to show something fun that happened last week, then write a story sentence about it underneath.

I Can Create Story Sentences (W.K.3) – Students will draw to show a job they want to do one day, then write a story sentence about it underneath.

I Can Create Story Sentences (W.K.2) – Students will draw to show what they do during the school day – beginning, middle, and end, then write story sentences to go with their pictures.

I Can Create Story Sentences (W.K.2) – Students will draw to show what they do to get ready for bed at night – beginning, middle, and end, then write story sentences to go with their pictures.

Performance Task Craftivity (W.K.2, SL.K.5) – Students will create a cube craftivity to answer the lesson’s performance task (all information including teaching instructions, craft templates, and example photographs are included – everything you need to do the activity is here!).

Reading Practice:
I Can Make Predictions (RL.K.7) – Students will draw to show what they think “Pizza at Sally’s” is about, then write story sentences to go with their predictions.

I Can Tell a Story in Order (RL.K.1, RL.K.7, W.K.2) – Students will cut and paste to put the steps for making pizza (as explained in “Pizza at Sally’s) in order.

I Can Use Graphic Features (RI.K.7) – Students will listen to teacher instructions (which are included) to color pictures of people working based on the graphic features and details.

I Can Sort Stories By Genre (RL.K.5) – Students will color to sort fiction and nonfiction/realistic fiction.

I Can Retell a Story (RL.K.1, RL.K.3, RL.K.7) – Students will draw to show something that happened in “I Like M” and write a caption or story sentence for their picture.

Concepts of Print and Fluency Practice:
I Can Pause When I Read (RF.K.3c, RF.K.3) – Students will read sight word sentences with a friend, pausing for punctuation.

I Can Find Spaces Between Words (RF.K.1c) – Students will color the spaces between words in sentences.

I Can Use My Sight Words (RF.K.3c, L.K.1a) – Students will trace the word “and,” write the word, find the word, color the word man, and cut and paste the word.

I Can Find Words in the Classroom (RF.K.1) – Students will use this sheet to write words from around the room (environmental print).

I Can Read With Expression (RL.K.7, W.K.3) – Students will make up a story about a picture and tell it to a friend using expression in their voice.

Speaking and Listening Practice:
I Can Share About What Kind of Job I Want to Have (SL.K.1, SL.K.4) – Students will draw a picture, write a story sentence, and share with a friend to explain what kind of job they want to have one day.

I Can Share About What Kind of Job Is the Most Fun (SL.K.1, SL.K.4) – Students will draw a picture, write a story sentence, and share with a friend to explain what kind of job is the most fun.

I Can Share About Jobs That Help People (SL.K.1, SL.K.4) – Students will draw a picture, write a story sentence, and share with a friend to explain jobs that help people.

I Can Share About Jobs In My Family (SL.K.1, SL.K.4) – Students will draw a picture, write a story sentence, and share with a friend to explain what kinds of jobs people in their own family have.

I Can Share About Jobs We Have Read About (SL.K.1, SL.K.4) – Students will draw a picture, write a story sentence, and share with a friend to explain what kinds of jobs they read about this week that they liked the best.
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