Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman

Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
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Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
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Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
Language Activities for Max and Mo Lets Make a Snowman
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Great for speech-language therapy or differentiated instruction, here are language activities for the Max and Mo book Let's Build a Snowman by Patricia Lakin. Find lesson plans for 5 different sessions, for comparative describing words, sequencing, following directions, retelling the story, and phonological awareness.

There are lessons for 5 sessions.
☀ activities for real/not real (Can hamsters really talk and cut and paste?),
☀ comparative adjectives (snowmen are made from big, bigger, and biggest snow balls),
☀ sequencing the steps (for making real and paper snowmen),
☀ retelling the story and mapping it.
☀ And for those who do not live in the snow belt, there is a discussion/activity of what you can and can’t do in the snow.
☀ You can make your own paper snowmen using either the sequence in the book or one provided that is a little easier.
☀ There is an activity for finding words that begin with /sn/.
☀ There is a communication board for students who need one.

CCSS:
Reading Literature 1.1: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text
Reading Literature 1.2: Retell stories including key details, and demonstrate understanding of the central message
Reading Literature 1.3: Describe characters, settings, major events in a story with key details.
Reading Literature 1.4: Identify words and phrases in stories and poems that relay feelings or senses
Reading Literature 1.6: Identify who is telling the story (at different points in the story if it changes)
Reading Literature 1.7: Use illustrations and story details to describe characters, settings, events

You might also like the following resources for differentiated learning for elementary trade books: Moonbear's Shadow and There Was an Odd Princess Who Swallowed a Pea
And don't miss my own adapted book a book with repetitive lines and predictable text similar to the Very Hungry Caterpillar

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