Jack and The Wolf Journeys 1st Grade Lesson 6
Roll a Spelling Word p.5-7
Vocab Flash Cards p.8
Color Me By Words to Know p.9-10
Understanding Jack Craft p.11-15
Why I Won’t Cry Wolf Craft & Writing p.16-22
Categorize Action Words p.23
Complete Sentences Foldable Booklet p.24
Spelling and High Frequency Word Practice p.25
Jack and The Wolf Tri-Fold p.26-27
Thanks + Credits p.28
Focus Wall Posters are in the file in their own pdf
Roll a Spelling Word- You will need a dice for this activity. Students will roll to find out what spelling word to write. They keep going until all squares are filled.
Vocab Flash Cards- Student practice the vocab words of the week by drawing pictures of the different vocab words.
Color Me By Words to Know- This is a coloring activity to practice the high frequency words and spelling words of the week.
Understanding Jack Craft- This a craft/ graphic organizer to help prompt the comprehension strategy of “understanding characters”
Why I Won’t Cry Wolf Craft & Writing- This is a writing project/ craft that pairs with the story nicely.
Categorize Action Words- Students practice categorizing action words in this worksheet.
Complete Sentences Foldable Booklet- This is a foldable book to help aide in the understanding of complete sentences.
Spelling and High Frequency Word Practice- Students will read, trace, write, and rainbow write the high frequency words and spelling words.
Jack and The Wolf Tri-Fold- Print these sheets front to back. Students fold it like a brochure. Fill it out about the week’s selection.
Use conventional spelling for words with common spelling patterns and for frequently occurring irregular words.
Spell untaught words phonetically, drawing on phonemic awareness and spelling conventions.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
These three standards are addressed in; Roll a Spelling Word, Spelling Practice, and Color Me By Words to Know.
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.
These standards are addressed in the Tri-Fold. This is also addressed in the craft.