If you are looking for a way to get your children excited about reading, try this book extension for January . This book is about two animals from polar opposite parts of the world who meet up and compare how OPPOSITE they really are. There are anchor charts for the genre fiction-fantasy and purpose. There are also many engaging activities for reading such as comprehension involving rereading to match opposite words, labeling, letter writing activities, coloring page to practice our artistic ability and work on fine motor skills. You also get a bonus! The game of I Have Who Has - Opposites. After reading this story, your students will be making connections and comparisons with their own relationships to their home and the poles as they read this fun book. Check out the table of contents and the preview to see what all in included.
Table of Contents:
Page 1 – Cover
Page 2 – Table of Contents
Page 3– Genre Anchor Chart
Page 4 – Author’s Purpose
Page 5 – Visual of the Poles
Page 6 – Brainstorm
Page 7-8- Polar Opposites Cut –n- Paste
Page 9-16 – Game : Polar Opposites
Page 17-18 – Opposites Cut-n-Paste
Page 19 – Opposites Word Find
Page 20-21 – What’s Cold? What’s Hot?
Page 22-28 – I Have! Who Has?
Page 29 – Label It!
Page 30 – Color Sheet
Page 31-34 – Writing Activities
Page 35-36 – Build It! Write It! Draw It!
Page 37 - Credits
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