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Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!

Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Read and Draw Vocabulary Printables NO PREP: Playful Pets Sampler!
Product Description
Read and Draw is a FUN, NO PREP way to teach your students to read and remember everyday vocabulary words. It's the perfect independent work activity to build your students' literacy skills!

The Playful Pets sampler will teach your students to recognize, read, write and spell the following vocabulary words:
*dog
*bone
*cat
*yarn
*bird
*cage
*fish
*bowl

This sampler includes drawing pages, handwriting practice, and follow-up enrichment activities to help the words "stick" in your students' minds.

If you like the Playful Pets Sampler, be sure to check out the complete Read and Draw Playful Pets packet!

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PRINTABLE IN COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE! Please note that you CAN print these worksheets on a black-and-white printer. (The worksheets will print in a clear and easy-to-read grayscale.)

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THE READ AND DRAW METHOD FOR TEACHING VOCABULARY WORDS

Read and Draw is an innovative and interactive approach to teaching children how to read and remember everyday vocabulary words. Instead of memorizing or sounding out words, your students will draw pictures of each vocabulary word. Through the process of drawing, your students will create mental images of the vocabulary words -- which in turn will help your students to recognize, read and spell those words.

The Read and Draw method is based on cutting-edge research showing that:
1. Creating mental images of facts is one of the best ways to learn new information, and
2. Drawing and doodling help children (and even grownups) to focus and learn.

What's more, drawing can help to improve children's handwriting and boost their creativity!

You can find out more about the Read and Draw method at
readanddrawbooks.com
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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