This set of activities is for the Harcourt Trophies Story, Fishing Bears, from the first grade series. These activities can be used for independent practice of specific skills, small group instruction, or for literacy centers. This set includes:
Bear is Fishing for New Words~ Students read sentence cards and choose the correct word to complete the sentence. Students record their words on their answer sheet.
Making Words ~ Students use letter cards to create words with the long i sound. Students record their words on their recording sheet.
Fishin' in the Past or Present? ~ Sorting Verb Tenses - Students read sentence cards with underlined verbs and sort the cards by Past or Present Tense Verbs. Students record the underlined verbs in the correct category.
Fishing for Double Consonants~ Students sort word card by words that double the final consonant before -ed and -ing and words that do not. Students record their word sort on their answer sheet.
A "Beary" Great Catch ~ Main Idea - Students read a set of four passage cards and match the correct main idea to each card. Students record the main idea on their recording sheet next to the correct card number.
Finding the Main Idea ~ Students can use this graphic organizer to find the main idea of any text.
I hope these activities are useful to teach the skills of the story!