This activity pack features 30 common, everyday objects. Each picture has labeling lines pointing to the important parts of the object and a word bank on the side of the page. These "important parts" are the parts that are often mentioned in books, assessments and worksheets. These are the parts that students really need to know for interesting, more specific writing and for reading comprehension. This is the 3rd of three activity pack levels featuring these common objects. Support is given to the students by way of providing exact labeling line origin position and the word bank containing the correct spelling of each label.
If you provide a clasp folder for each student to keep his/her activity sheets securely in, it will allow the students to refer to the sheets during the year. The folder can be used in writing, helping the students improve their writing by using more specific nouns. The students can also use them in literacy centers to compare/contrast different items, and to answer critical thinking questions, such as, "What would happen if a bike didn't have a kickstand?" or "Why do you think a duck needs webbed feet?" In addition, by keeping the activity sheets in a folder, your students will be able to add new labels as you teach them throughout the year.
See the "Everything Has a Name Teaching Guide - Level B & C" also provided by Vocabulary Builders by Janet Caruthers Ed S for more ideas.
For INTERACTIVE labeling lessons that can be played on smart boards, mimio boards, computers, and/or tablets visit TBLessons.com
. Click on the SECOND picture along the top (Parts of a Dog). The first picture is NOT an interactive lesson, it is a STATIC lesson used as a teaching lesson not a practice lesson.