Predict and Write (See the preview.)
Use these twelve common situations to introduce or to review the following skills:
• Predict what may happen
• Capitalize the first letter in the first word of a sentence
• Add ending punctuation to telling sentences
• Identify the main topic
• Write the main topic (as the title)
• Show comprehension through illustration
For advanced kindergartners (who are “ready” for these skills)
For first graders (introduce or reinforce skills)
For second graders and others (who need review or remediation)
Booklet Cover for Student: Let’s Predict … What May Happen - p. i
List of Materials Included and EXAMPLES of ANSWERS: Titles and What May Happen - p. ii
Directions, with option for Differentiation – p. iii
Flashcards - with pictures - for advanced vocabulary – p. iv
Completed Pages/Examples - pp. v, vi, vii
List of Directions to post (for the last page in each set of three pages) – p. viii
Student worksheets – pp. 1 – 36
Spelling Helpers – pp. 37, 38, 39
CCSS for Kindergarten – p. 40
CCSS for First Grade – p. 41
– Student coloring sheet: Every sentence begins with a capital letter.
- Student coloring sheet: A telling sentence ends with a period.
- Classroom wall poster: Predict What May Happen
You may also like “Predicting” - available here:
predict, write, capitalization, punctuation
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