Emergent Reader - Interactive Notebook - Pocket Chart - Literacy Center
Pre-Primer Words - my & two
Learn about the life cycle of an apple tree while working on the sight words my and two.
Each week students receive an emergent weekly reader and then have 4 activities to complete in their notebook. Activities include writing the focus words of the week in the text, building the sentences of the story, highlighting focus words and matching pictures to sentences and rewriting the sentences.
Newly updated to include a teacher reader and pocket chart activity that can be used as a literacy center.
The teacher reader comes in black and white as well as color. This edition is 8.5x11.
The pocket chart sentence building activity can be used as whole group or as a literacy center. Students can reconstruct the sentences using the word cards included. There are three worksheets to accompany the the pocket chart. Students can trace the sentences, write the sentences by filling in letter boxes or write the sentences independtly . On each worksheet the students have to match picture squares at the bottom of the page to the correct sentence.
Low prep - I copy the books and send them home with students for parent volunteers to assemble. The interactive notebook pages require no prep. For the pocket chart I do laminate the cards so they can last many years. The student pages for the pocket chart require no prep.
This is part of a series where students are presented with an emergent weekly reader each week and then students complete extension actives to expand their fluidity with the text during the week in an interactive notebook.
This file is part of the Pre-Primer Weekly Reader Series. The pre-primer series works with fall semester themes. All 40 pre-primer sight words are used in the Pre-primer Weekly Reader Series, although most likely there will not be enough weeks in the fall semester to complete each week. I generally compete 18 out of the 20 weeks do to the school schedule. Each sentence in the story has four to five words and repeating text to build reading confidence in beginning readers.
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