Fall {set 2} Interactive Read Alouds | Aligned Picture Book Reading Lesson Plans

Grade Levels
3rd - 4th
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about 75 pages in each pack + digital
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Description

Bring more to your read alouds and reading lessons with these high interest and engaging interactive read-aloud guides with reading, writing, and word work activities to complete alongside a collection of four of my favorite picture books, perfect for the fall and autumn season this October and November.

Each interactive read-aloud includes focus skills for four different areas:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Word Work
  • Literature Connections

This bundle includes read aloud guides and activities for the following four books:

  • Fry Bread written by: Kevin Noble Maillard
  • Hello, Harvest Moon written by: Ralph Fletcher
  • Thank You Omu! written by Oge Mora
  • The Stranger written by Chris Van Allsburg

Please be sure to read the books prior to purchasing to make sure that it meets your individual class needs! Thank you!

KINDLY NOTE: This set does NOT include the picture book, excerpts from the book, photos of the pages, links to the book, or a typed text of the book. These are companion activities to go alongside your own copy of the book.

These sets include BOTH print and digital activities.

Make the most of the time that you have with your students by using picture books, again and again, each time reading them with a new lens.

This series was designed with busy upper elementary teachers, like you in mind! Like you, I love to share picture books with my students. I know how much time it takes to create content-rich activities that promote critical thinking and align with standards for the books that we read with our students. That is why I created these reading packs. I have taken my love of read alouds and coupled it with interactive read-aloud guides and rich meaningful activities to help you make the most of the time you have with your students.

With four focuses (reading, writing, word work, and literature connection activities) you can pick and choose when you will use each set of activities. Use all of them at once for a complete book study or come back to different activities as they come up in your own curriculum’s scope and sequence.

Save over 20% by grabbing this Fall Picture Book Read Aloud bundle.

CONTENTS of Thank You, Omu! Companion:

Link and directions to use the digital version in Google Classroom™

✓ Teacher Suggestions

✓ Teacher Guides

✓ Extensive Guided Question List

✓ Blooms’ Leveled Questions on Sticky Notes

✓ Reading Anchor Charts - Using Sequence Order

✓ Reading Activities - Using Sequence Order

✓ Rereading with New Lens Guide

✓ Writing Anchor Charts - Writing with Synonyms

✓ Writing Activities - Writing with Synonyms

✓ Word Work Anchor Chart - Antonyms (SILENT LETTERS)

✓ Word Work Activities - Antonyms (with answer keys)

Literature Connections: Writing thank you letters, gratitude, character traits, comprehension questions, and more!

CONTENTS of Hello, Harvest Moon Companion:

Link and directions to use the digital version in Google Classroom™

✓ Teacher Suggestions

✓ Teacher Guides

✓ Extensive Guided Question List

✓ Blooms’ Leveled Questions on Sticky Notes

✓ Reading Anchor Charts - Using Context Clues

✓ Reading Activities - Using Context Clues

✓ Rereading with New Lens Guide

✓ Writing Anchor Charts - Writing with Similes

✓ Writing Activities - Writing with Similes

✓ Word Work Anchor Chart - Reading Words with Aphthongs (SILENT LETTERS)

✓ Word Work Activities - Reading Words with Aphthongs (SILENT LETTERS) (with answer keys)

✓ Literature Connection Student Activities - NF Connections: Moon Passage, Nocturnal Animal Research, Personification, and more!


CONTENTS of Fry Bread Companion:

Link and directions to use the digital version in Google Classroom™

✓ Teacher Suggestions

✓ Teacher Guides

✓ Extensive Guided Question List

✓ Blooms’ Leveled Questions on Sticky Notes

✓ Reading Anchor Charts - Reading Special Nonfiction Books

✓ Reading Activities - Reading Special Nonfiction Books

✓ Rereading with New Lens Guide

✓ Writing Anchor Charts - Writing with Metaphors

✓ Writing Activities - Writing with Metaphors

✓ Word Work Anchor Chart - Concrete and Abstract Nouns

✓ Word Work Activities - Concrete and Abstract Nouns (with answer keys)

✓ Literature Connection Student Activities - Procedural writing, tradition share, comprehension questions, and more!


CONTENTS:

Link and directions to use the digital version in Google Classroom™

✓ Teacher Suggestions

✓ Teacher Guides

✓ Extensive Guided Question List

✓ Blooms’ Leveled Questions on Sticky Notes

✓ Reading Anchor Charts - Making Inferences

✓ Reading Activities - Making Inferences

✓ Rereading with New Lens Guide

✓ Writing Anchor Charts - Writing with a Dash of Dialogue

✓ Writing Activities - Writing with a Dash of Dialogue

✓ Word Work Anchor Chart - Contractions

✓ Word Work Activities - Contractions (with answer keys)

Literature Connections: NF reading about Jack Frost, season reflection, postcard writing, comprehension questions, and much more!

Please see the preview for a more detailed look at all this product has to offer.

Recent feedback on resources in this Read Aloud Line of Resources:

"This is a fantastic book and a wonderful resource to go along with it! It's a great way to teach problem and solution, as well as review that sometimes there is an ongoing problem that isn't solved right away. Highly recommend!"

"This is a fantastic companion to the books listed here and it makes it so simple to dive deep with each story! Love it!!"

"My students loved the read alouds and activities that go along with them. The resource is very easy to follow."

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language.
Refer to parts of stories, dramas, and poems when writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as chapter, scene, and stanza; describe how each successive part builds on earlier sections.

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