This is a great supplement to use with your Reading Street Series. It provides fun centers and printables that reinforce the skills taught for Unit 1, Week 3,"Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night". All of the centers/ printables review the standards for the week.
All of the skills are directly related to your teacher's manual. You will not need to hunt for centers that match what you are teaching. It is all right here in one packet. There are also High-Frequency Word Posters and Amazing Word and Selection Word Display Cards.
Spelling Word Search
Write sentences with Spelling Words
Crossword Puzzle with Spelling Words
Rainbow Write Spelling Words
Roll dice, add together, and write Spelling Words
Fill in the sentences with Spelling Words
Tic-Tac-Toe - find the Spelling Words that are spelled correctly
Find the greatest number and then find spelling words
Segmentl words with consonant blends and write them
Consonant Blend Hunt - Read a sentence and find consonant blend words
Write words with consonant blends in ABC order
Riddle Fun - Solve a riddle by comparing words with consonant blends
Find the differences and then find words with consonant blends
High-Frequency Word Center
Posters for all of the High-Frequency Words
Spinning High-Frequency Words and make a graph
Sort the High-Frequency Words by the number of syllables
Read a passage and highlight HFW
High-Frequency Word Search
Amazing Word Center
There are flashcards for all of the Amazing Words and the Selection Words with a picture and definition.
Cut and paste activity to match word to definition
Write an Amazing Word, definition, a sentence, draw a sketch
Read sentences with Amazing Words, choose the correct definition
After reading "Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night", answer questions about the story.
Write sentences about the selection story by choosing phrases from the boxes...
Use the words given to write sentences about camping.
Text-Based Comprehension Center
Analyze the charaters from "Henry and Mudge and the Starry NIght"
Finish the picture of the setting by re-reading the story.
Highlight the predicate of each sentence. Write the predicate.
Highlight the predicate. Draw a picture of the sentence.