Jack and the Wolf
Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 6
Common Core aligned
Created and tested by a first grade teacher.
Pg. 3 Rainbow Sheep! – unscramble your spelling words and hide the sheep from the wolf by coloring them based on their ending sounds
Pg. 4 Roll and Spell! – roll the dice to see how many times you need to write your spelling words
Pg. 5-8 Help J-ack Spell –ack Words! – cut out the sheep, cut on the dotted lines, put the strip with the letters through the cut dotted lines, move the paper strip to make new words, record the –ack words on the sheet provided – write some of your own words - a great activity for students who are struggling readers – Overcoming Dyslexia Shaywitz
Pg. 9-12 Help Jack get the sheep with the complete sentences into the barn –cut the dotted lines on the barn doors, glue side A and B together, open the doors to glue the sheep inside- I glued some sheep on the inside of the doors to have more room
Pg. 13 Classify and Categorize Nouns and Verbs! – a foldable book that let’s you practice recognizing your noun and verbs
Pg. 14 Characters! – write what Jack and his friends are saying, doing, and feeling
Pg. 15-16 Old Wolf – a twist on Old Maid – practice your lesson 6 and lesson 5 sight words (plus a few others) – make matches, don’t get caught with the wolf in the end – can be laminated
Pg. 17-18 Your Turn! Act it Out! - finger puppets to act out Jack and the Wolf in your own words
Pg. 19 Ideas! – use your five senses to write down words to describe the wolf – a great activity to use before their wolf writing project
Pg. 20 – 28 How Would You Trick a Wolf? – a creative writing and craft project – copy wolf parts onto construction paper, cut, glue, and put together on a 12 by 18 inch construction paper with the writing page attached to the bottom.
Pg. 29 Thanks and credits