Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F

Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
Level F Narrative Fiction: Titled Angry Hummingbird #4F
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Print 2-sided, cut on horizontal line, fold and staple in middle, each file makes two copies of the same book.

This story was inspired by a little hummingbird in my yard. He likes to chase away all other hummingbirds. He acts like a bully. Thus, it has a theme about bullies and how it is better to be nice and have many friends.

Teachers never have enough leveled readers. Labels within the drawings help students with vocabulary. Labels provide students samples to include in their own writing. There are a few speech bubbles as well. For young learners writing and reading should be taught together as often as possible. You will find up to three lines of text maximum per page. This fictional narrative follows a hummingbird in a yard. He acts like a bully. At the end he learns that it is better to be nice. Questions can be easily asked to guide students with reading comprehension. I have leveled this book at a level F. Write me a note if you feel that it should be labeled at a different level. Thank you. See text of book below.

Sincerely,

Alberto Gutierrez (retired Kindergarten teacher)

Angry Hummingbird text:

· One day a humming bird found some yummy flowers in a small backyard.

· Every day the humming bird drank the nectar from all the flowers. He was happy.

· In the morning, the bird flew to the flowers for breakfast. In the afternoon, he flew to the flowers again.

· Early one morning, the owner of the yard put up a hummingbird feeder.

· Now the hummingbird could drink nectar from the flowers and sugar water from the hummingbird feeder.

· Every day the humming bird would fly all over the yard. He was super happy.

· One sunny afternoon, a new hummingbird came to drink from the hummingbird feeder and visit the flowers.

· The blue hummingbird was very angry because a new bird was in his yard.

· Because the blue hummingbird did not want to share his yard with others, he waited for the other hummingbird to return.

· The blue hummingbird would wait and look out from a palm tree branch.

· Suddenly, the blue hummingbird saw the green hummingbird. He flew out of the tree and chased him away.

· From that day, the blue hummingbird would always chase the green hummingbird.

· The blue hummingbird was acting like a bully. He did not treat other birds nicely.

· Soon the other hummingbirds would stay out of the yard. They found other food to eat.

· The blue hummingbird thought he was happy, but he was lonely because no one wanted to be his friend.

· “How would I like it if I was always chased out of this yard”, thought the blue bird.

· Then the blue hummingbird waited for other hummingbirds to share his yard. He wanted friends. He became nice.

· It took a long time to make friends. It was hard to be nice and to share.

· It was better to share and be nice. This way the blue hummingbird had friends.

· (There are speech bubbles in a few slides, too.)

Print 2-sided, cut on horizontal line, fold and staple in middle, each file makes two copies of the same book.

Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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