Peanut Butter is a lonely piece of toast that just wants a friend to play with!
When Peanut Butter is given a soccer ball for his birthday, his mother suggests he go find someone to play with. He asks a Hamburger, a Cupcake, French Fries, Soup and even a meatball without any luck. Will he ever find the perfect friend for him?
This 27-page unit is meant to be used with the book, "Peanut Butter & Cupcake" by Terry Border. Please buy or borrow from your library.
Story Comprehension Questions
PB&J Toast Associations
10 pairs (milk/cookies, bunny/carrot, dog/bone, bee/honey, monkey/banana, macaroni/cheese, bacon/egg, syrup/pancakes, screwdriver/screw, paints/paintbrush, lock/key)
Laminate and cut apart toast pieces. Students find the matching word pairs to make pieces whole again.
7 words with 2-4 syllables using story vocabulary. Students put the words back together and practice syllable awareness by saying each syllable clearly. Laminate, cut apart and mix up.
Snack Time Bingo-5 mats and teacher cards
Laminate mats and teacher pictures. Cut apart teacher pictures and use them in a draw pile.
Sorting By Food Groups
Printable Cut and Paste Worksheet. Students sort food items into the correct column depending on if it is a fruit, vegetable or sweet.
Story Sequencing Strips (OPTION 1)
Students cut apart strips, mix up and then re-order to retell the story.
Story Sequencing and Retell Booklet (OPTION 2)
Students cut out toast booklet pages, story pictures and story captions. Students then paste pictures with captions onto each page and retell the story as a booklet.
Coloring Worksheet. Students practice their sound/word while coloring a sprinkle castle! Have the student say their target the number of times on each circle before coloring it in.
How to Make a PB & J Sandwich: Cut and paste worksheet.
Version 1: Students sequence pictures only.
Version 2: Students sequence steps and pictures.
*If you can, have students make a real pb& j sandwich next!
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