LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE

LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
LEARNING SIMPLY - HOUGHTON MIFFLIN - IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PANCAKE
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LEARNING SIMPLY
WRITING SOME “SWEET PIGGY” SENTENCES
FOR 1ST GRADE STUDENTS

Students LOVE a good story. Afterwards, it’s the perfect time to motivate them to write. A “Simple” system that builds on itself is the best way to develop a child’s beginning skills. These mini-lessons work well with emergent and developing writers.

This lesson goes well with a concept of CAUSE AND EFFECT. I highly recommend you might want to begin reading a few stories that focus on this concept. Some I have found to be a lot of fun are:
• Never Take A Shark To The Dentist (great book to start with)
• “Stand Back”,said the Elephant, “I’m Going To Sneeze!” (a favorite of kids)
• Because a Little Bug Went Ka-Choo
• The Napping House
• Other Laura Numeroff stories
Packet Inclusions:
• Front Cover
• Lesson Objectives – Cause & Effect
• “Sweet Piggy” Sentence(s) Ideas For the Teacher: This page gives you, the teacher, some vocabulary ideas to help your students brainstorm a variety of “key” words your students could use in their sentence(s).
• “Sweet Piggy” Student Idea Organizer: You can use this page to demonstrate how sentences can be made from their “key” words. You can use this on your overhead projecter/smartboard for whole group instruction.
• Student Sentence(s) Organizer: On this page your students choose their own “key” words. They write them in the spaces above in the appropriate boxes. Your student can then use their words to make a sentence/s depending on their writing level. You would want to demonstrate this the first few times and walk your students through the writing process. If you want, this could be their rough draft copy, as a final sheet is supplied at the end of this document.
• Teacher Sentence Organizer: You, the teacher can use this as a black line master to make up your own sentence organizer design.
• Final Neat Proof Copy. Students can copy their corrected sentences and draw a picture of their writing. It can be added to their portfolio as a finished piece of work.
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