A slightly hairy, googley-eyed monster...what's not to love?! This book companion is paired with Love Monster by Rachel Bright. It is an adorable story about a sweet monster from Cutesville. He is surrounded by cute bunnies, puppies, and kittens but has a hard time finding someone to love him for who is he. No worries though, he learns that love can surprise you :)
Here is what is included:
Pg 3: What Makes a Story mat.
Pg 4: Love Monster game board.
Pg 5-9: Synonyms – Sorting, fill in the blank, and a glyph.
Pg 10-14: Antonyms - Sorting, fill in the blank, and a glyph.
Pg 15 – 19: Irregular Past Tense Verbs - Sorting, fill in the blank, and a glyph.
Pg 20 – 26: Verb Tenses – Sorting and fill in the blank.
Pg 27-30: Sequencing – Organize the story events then have student draw the story events in order to make a mini-book.
Pg 31-32: Describing – Use the describing web to help students create a paragraph description of a monster.
Pg 33-34: Following Directions – Using the character cards, give students directions to follow to address their necessary goals.
Pg 35: Compare and Contrast – Use the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Love Monster with a resident of Cutesville.
Pg 36-39: Comprehension Questions – There are 12 multiple choice, comprehension questions, with and without picture supports for answer choices.
Pg 40: Writing – Students can write letters to monsters to work on their syntax and grammar skills.
Pg 41: Count and Color – Use this page for basic reinforcement sheet while students take turns.
Pg 42: Infer and Predict – Have students answer the questions by inferring information or using clues to make predictions.
Pg 43: Lovely Sounds – As students find their sounds in the story have them color a picture.
Pg 44: Pragmatics – Have students practice their social skills by answering the pragmatic questions.