You are receiving 14 different "how-to" stories to help students understand what "how-to" stories look like ...and sound like.
Appropriate for Kindergarten and First Grade!
These stories are made to be read, discussed, cut up and then placed in the correct order to inform how to do something!
How to make lemonade
How to tie a shoe
How to blow a bubble (with gum)
How to brush teeth
How to make toast
How to ride a bike
How to plant a seed
How to feed a dog
How to paint a picture
How to swim (in a pool)
How to answer a phone
How to rock a baby
How to frost a cupcake
How to be a good listener
(…also a BLANK VERSION is included so your kiddos can write their own!)
These "how-to" cut ups can be done independently, with a partner or in a small group. This practice can provide opportunities for students to work with this kind of informational writing before tackling their own topics…
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