RHYME, RHYTHM AND REPETITION BUNDLE read aloud lessons and activities

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    Description

    This Rhyme, Rhythm and Repetition Bundle includes 5 of our book companions that focus on teaching the reading comprehension skill of idenitfying rhyme, rhythm and repetition.They include printable and digital versions of each activity as well as teacher slides. Pair them with a link to the book being read aloud online for easy distance learning planning.


    We have over 200 book companions to choose from? ➔ ➔ SEE THEM ALL HERE

    THIS BUNDLE USES PICTURE BOOKS TO TEACH THE FOLLOWING SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SKILLS :

    ◼️ ADA TWIST, SCIENTIST by Andrea Beaty
    ◼️ DRUM DREAM GIRL by Margarita Engle
    ◼️ BIPPITY BOP, BARBERSHOP by Natasha Tarpley
    ◼️ THE DONKEY EGG by Janet Stevens and Susan Crummel
    ◼️ THE WOLF'S CHICKEN STEW by Keiko Kasza

    EACH READING UNIT FOCUSES ON USING THE MENTOR TEXT TO TEACH:

    ◼️READING STRATEGIES
    ☐ see each book for complete list of included strategies

    ◼️SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING TOPICS
    ☐ see each book for complete list of included strategies

    ◼️GRAMMAR & LANGUAGE CONCEPTS
    ☐ see each book for complete list of included strategies

    HOW THIS RESOURCE SAVES YOU TIME and IMPROVES STUDENT LEARNING:

    ♥ The comprehension questions are grouped by reading strategies for easy lesson planning.
    ♥ It is standards-based and covers all aspects of language arts instruction.
    ♥ The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation and modification.

    THE BOOK COMPANION PACKET CAN BE USED FOR:
    → sub plans
    → reader's workshop
    → guided reading
    → small group instruction
    → independent work
    → literacy centers
    → informal assessment
    → writer's workshop
    → RTI
    → word study
    → guidance lessons for social emotional learning
    → for remote learning, distance learning, or paperless work in the classroom


    INCLUDED READ ALOUD LESSON IDEAS & PICTURE BOOK ACTIVITIES:

    Comprehension Questions categorized by reading strategy; text-dependent
    Social Emotional Learning guidance lesson ideas & discussion topics based on the story
    Vocabulary Activities with kid-friendly definitions
    Grammar Topics selected to align with the text
    Focus Sentences use the book & author's craft as a mentor text to improve writing
    Lesson Planner summary, background info and planning space

    Story Mapping Printable identify character, setting, problem and solution

    Making Words Activity Page use any word from the book

    Focus Sentence copy work, identifying elements of the sentence, rewriting)

    Design a New Book Cover demonstrate understanding of the text by creating an illustration

    Predicting Activity primary-ruled and wider-ruled versions
    Summarizing Somebody → Wanted → But → Then → Finally

    Comparing and Contrasting using a Venn Diagram

    Cause and Effect analyze how events affect one another

    Visualization illustrate visualizations from the story and support thinking with text-based evidence

    Making Connections identify text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world connections

    Thematic Writing Paper Use with the Writing Prompts... Makes a Great Bulletin Board

    2 Sequencing Activities First → Next → Then → Last and Beginning → Middle → End

    2 Vocabulary Activities Vocabulary Booklet and Word Mapping

    2 Character Trait Activities listing traits and supporting traits with text-based evidence
    30 Text-Based Writing Prompts 3 prompts for each of the following types of writing:

    • narrative
    • persuasive / opinion
    • descriptive
    • expository / informative
    • creative / story writing
    • procedure / how-to
    • list making
    • letter / postcard writing
    • poem
    • book reviews

    INCLUDED DIGITAL ACTIVITIES:

    ➜ 5 Teaching Slides to use for instruction (add questions, vocabulary, instructions, etc)

    ➜ 15 Student Pages for use in Google™️ Classroom or as editable files to create customized printables
    ➜ 20 Image Files so you can use the resource with Seesaw™️ or another platform

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    → reading interventionists

    → literacy coaches

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    We have over 200 book companions to choose from? ➔ ➔ SEE THEM ALL HERE

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    ★★THIS RESOURCE IS ALIGNED WITH THESE CCSS STANDARDS BELOW★★

    FIRST GRADE

    • READING LITERATURE: CCSS.RL.1.1 CCSS.RL.1.2 CCSS.RL.1.3 CCSS.RL.1.4 CCSS.RL.1.7 CCSS.RL.1.9
    • READING FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS: CCSS.RF.1.1 CCSS.RF.1.1a
    • WRITING: CCSS.W.1.1 CCSS.W.1.2 CCSS.W.1.3 CCSS.W.1.5 
    • LANGUAGE: CCSS.L.1.1 CCSS.L.1.1a CCSS.L.1.1b CCSS.L.1.1c CCSS.L.1.1eCCSS.L.1.1f CCSS.L.1.1h CCSS.L.1.2a CCSS.L.1.2b CCSS.L.1.2d CCSS.L.1.2e CCSS.L.1.5c CCSS.L.1.6     
    • SPEAKING AND LISTENING: CCSS.SL.1.1 CCSS.SL.1.1a CCSS.SL.1.1b CCSS.SL.1.1c CCSS.SL.1.2

    SECOND GRADE

    • READING LITERATURE: CCSS.RL.2.1 CCSS.RL.2.2 CCSS.RL.2.3 CCSS.RL.2.5 CCSS.RL.2.6 CCSS.RL.2.7 CCSS.RL.2.9
    • READING FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS: RF.2.3 RF.2.4.c
    • WRITING: CCSS.W.2.1 CCSS.W.2.2 CCSS.W.2.3 CCSS.W.2.5
    • LANGUAGE: CCSS.L.2.1 CCSS.L.2.1e CCSS.L.2.3 CCSS.L.2.4a CCSS.L.2.6     
    • SPEAKING & LISTENING: CCSS.SL.2.1 CCSS.SL.2.1a CCSS.SL.2.1b CCSS.SL.2.1c CCSS.SL.2.2 CCSS.SL.2.3     

    THIRD GRADE

    • READING LITERATURE: CCSS.RL.3.1 CCSS.RL.3.2 CCSS.RL.3.3 CCSS.RL.3.4 CCSS.RL.3.5 CCSS.RL.3.6 CCSS.RL.3.7 CCSS.RL.3.9
    • READING FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS: RF.2.3 RF.2.4c
    • WRITING: CCSS.W.3.1 CCSS.W.3.2 CCSS.W.3.3 CCSS.W.3.4 CCSS.W.3.5 CCSS.W.3.10 CCSS.W.3.1a CCSS.W.3.1b CCSS.W.3.1c CCSS.W.3.1d CCSS.W.3.2a CCSS.W.3.2b CCSS.W.3.2c CCSS.W.3.2d CCSS.W.3.3a CCSS.W.3.3b CCSS.W.3.3c CCSS.W.3.3d
    • LANGUAGE: CCSS.L.3.1   
    • SPEAKING AND LISTENING: CCSS.SL.3.2 CCSS.SL.3.3 CCSS.SL.3.4 

    CCSS ANCHOR STANDARDS (ALL GRADES)

    • LANGUAGECCSS.CCRA.L.1 CCSS.CCRA.L.2     
    • READING: CCSS.CCRA.R.1 CCSS.CCRA.R.2 CCSS.CCRA.R.3 CCSS.CCRA.R.4 CCSS.CCRA.R.9     
    • SPEAKING AND LISTENING: CCSS.CCRA.SL.1 CCSS.CCRA.SL.4  
    • ANCHOR STANDARDS FOR WRITING: CCSS.CCRA.W.1 CCSS.CCRA.W.2 CCSS.CCRA.W.3 CCSS.CCRA.W.4 CCSS.CCRA.W.5 CCSS.CCRA.W.10  

    IT'S ALIGNED WITH THE TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS ( TEKS )

    FIRST GRADE

    • DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING FOUNDATIONAL LANGUAGE SKILLS: TEKS.1.1.C TEKS.1.1.D TEKS.1.1.A TEKS.1.12.C.iii TEKS.1.12.C.iv TEKS.1.13.B
    • AUTHOR’S PURPOSE AND CRAFT: TEKS.1.10.A TEKS.1.10.B -EKS.1.10.C TEKS.1.10.D
    • COMPOSITION: TEKS1.11.A TEKS.1.11.B.i TEKS.1.11.B.ii TEKS.1.11.D.ix TEKS.1.11.x TEKS.1.11.E TEKS.1.12.A TEKS.1.12.B TEKS.1.12.C
    • COMPREHENSION SKILLS: TEKS.1.6.B TEKS.1.6.C TEKS.1.6.D TEKS.1.6.E TEKS.1.6.F
    • RESPONSE SKILLS: TEKS1.7.A TEKS1.7.B TEKS1.7.C TEKS1.7.D TEKS1.7.E TEKS1.7.F
    • MULTIPLE GENRES: TEKS1.8.A TEKS1.8.B TEKS1.8.C TEKS1.8.D

    SECOND GRADE

    • DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING FOUNDATIONAL LANGUAGE SKILLS: TEKS.2.1.A TEKS.2.1.C - TEKS.2.1.D TEKS.2.1.E TEKS.2.3.B
    • AUTHOR’S PURPOSE AND CRAFT: TEKS2.10.A TEKS2.10.B TEKS2.10.C
    • COMPOSITION: TEKS.2.11.A TEKS.2.11.D.xi TEKS.2.11.E TEKS.2.12.A TEKS.2.12.BTEKS.2.12.C
    • COMPREHENSION SKILLS: TEKS.2.6.B TEKS.2.6.C TEKS.2.6.D TEKS.2.6.E TEKS.2.6.F TEKS.2.6.G TEKS.2.6.H
    • RESPONSE SKILLS: TEKS.2.7.A TEKS.2.7.C TEKS.2.7.D TEKS.2.7.E TEKS.2.7.F
    • MULTIPLE GENRES: TEKS.2.8.B TEKS.2.8.C TEKS.2.8.D

    THIRD GRADE

    • DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING FOUNDATIONAL LANGUAGE SKILLS: TEKS.3 .1.A TEKS.3.1.C TEKS.3.1.D TEKS.3.1.E TEKS.3.3.B
    • AUTHOR’S PURPOSE AND CRAFT: TEKS3.10.A TEKS3.10.B TEKS3.10.C
    • COMPOSITION: TEKS.3.11.A TEKS.3.11.D.xi TEKS.3.11.E TEKS.3.12.A TEKS.3.12.B TEKS.3.12.C
    • COMPREHENSION SKILLS: TEKS.3.6.B TEKS.3.6.C TEKS.3.6.D TEKS.3.6.E TEKS.3.6.F TEKS.3.6.G TEKS.3.6.H
    • RESPONSE SKILLS: TEKS.3.7.ATEKS.3.7.C TEKS.3.7.D TEKS.3.7.E TEKS.3.7.F
    • MULTIPLE GENRES: TEKS.3.8.B TEKS.3.8.C TEKS.3.8.D

    We have over 200 book companions to choose from? ➔ ➔ SEE THEM ALL HERE

    Total Pages
    200 pages
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    1 month
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Provide a sense of closure.
    Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order.
    Use dialogue and descriptions of actions, thoughts, and feelings to develop experiences and events or show the response of characters to situations.
    Establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
    Provide a concluding statement or section.

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