I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming

I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming
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I Can Do It – a mini book, features verbs/action words, rhyming

This 32-page mini book features I Can Do It by Gloria Rojas, a simple, repetitive, predictable, reader. This is a story about all the things little boys and girls can do. I was inspired to write this after creating The Itsy Bitsy Spider – Never Give Up resource. There is an English version as well as a Spanish version of this book. This file contains the English version. This book will support your study of verbs/action words with rhyming text.

42-page document contents include:
• Pages 4: I Can Do It book content: Complete version of the 32 page mini book “I Can Do It” by Gloria Rojas..
• Pages 5-12: Pocket Chart Sequence Cards: pocket chart sequence cards for the 32 page mini book “I Can Do It ” by Gloria Rojas.
• Pages 13-23: Coco Talk-What Can You Do?: Coco Talk is a resource to help build conversational skills. Have students select the appropriate item for each prompt (e.g., What Can You Do?). Create a book with all pages for students to complete. This resource is great for students with limited English proficiency to teach how to sort/categorize, make choices, respond/ask questions, and build vocabulary! (verbs)
• Pages 24: The English Alphabet – ASL: Teach the students how to fingerspell their names. Using ASL fingerspelling you are using a visual, kinesthetic, hands-on, spatial, multi-modal way of teaching letters and letter-sounds. This is a fun activity that promotes recognition at an early age that speech has visual representations at the “phoneme” level. For English language learners this will help in the cross-linguistic transfer from one language to the other particularly, if their native language is an alphabetic language like Spanish.
• Pages 25-41: Verbs: Two whole group activities to teach verbs; “The Verb Chant” and “What is He/She Doing Chant”. As the students chant, one student acts out a verb (present progressive –ing), then, when they stop, reinforce (past tense verb). A small group activity: Regular/irregular past tense verbs 27 cards, present progressive verbs 27 cards. Using verb mat, students will Identify and label verbs. 24 pictures


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