Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion

Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
Pumpkin Soup: A Book Companion
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Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper is an enchanting tale of three friends who each have a job to do while making their beloved pumpkin soup!
Though not specifically about Halloween, because this story is about pumpkin soup and has a pumpkin patch full of pumpkins, Halloween is the perfect time of year to read the story.
It's a good springboard for discussions about conflict/resolution....with opportunities to ask your class...."what do you think the friends could have done differently?" or "what would have happened if they let Duck have a turn right away?" "How do you feel when you and your friends get angry with each other?"

I really work hard to choose good picture support for my products-lessons...and easy to read fonts for your young readers! EVERYTHING is pictured in the preview....


Includes:
Cause and Effect FOCUS
16 Cause and Effect Pocket Chart or Matching Cards...read the cause and find the effect!
Cause and Effect Header Cards
Cause and Effect Printable (2)
Beginning Middle and End Cut and Glue
Story Sequencing Cut and Glue (2)
Character Detail Printable (3) Duck, Cat and Squirrel
Pumpkin Soup Mini Flip Book (7 little pages to record story elements)
Comprehension Question Cards (18)
Story Board (color) for non-verbal children-SLP use
Story Board (color) for the regular classroom
Favorite Part Printable
Pumpkin Soup Punctuation Printable
Pumpkin Soup ABC ORDER
Making Inferences with Pumpkin Soup (4)
Writing Activity
Story Question Printable: Look in the book and find the answers
Vocabulary Cards and Definition Cards (12)
Vocabulary Words:
Slurp
Slump
Clatter
Rumpus
Trot
Squabble
Follow up activity sheets for the vocabulary words:
Write about a time you have been in a squabble.
Have you ever made a bunch of noise or a clatter? Tell about it...
Have you ever slurped anything? What did you slurp? Do you think it is polite to slurp?
Details Page with ideas and suggestions included !!!

I hope you enjoy this as much as we do!!!
Thanks
Bridget

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Total Pages
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