My first "Reading through the Classics" product! This is a unit for special education & early elementary students. (Read more about the series below.)
Pages 5-6: Vocabulary Cards
These can be used as simple flash cards or can be used on your “Reading through the Classics Bulletin Board.”
Pages 7-8: Character Cards
In hopes of abiding by copyright and trademark laws, I did not include any character names in this product. I left a set of cards blank just in case you would like to write the character names in.
Pages 9-13 “Be a Detective”
These teach your students the basics of researching! They find the picture or the word in their book. Pages 9-10 can be done independently, pages 11-12 are meant to be used in a small group or one-on-one (laminate the pages for continual use), page 13-laminate the pages and have the students actually velcro the pictures in the book as they find them.
Pages 14-17 “Be an Illustrator”
Pages 18-21 Vocabulary
One set for the students to write on one time
One set that can be laminated for continual use
Pages 22-27 Spelling Practice: Trace, Write, & Cut and Paste the Word
Pages 28-32 Reading Comprehension: Several different sheets for a variety of different levels
Pages 33-36 Take Home Counting Book
Pages 37-39 “Count the Characters” Pages
Pages 40-45 Name the Shape Pages
Pages 46-49 3 File Folder Activities
Pages 59-65 Standards Sheets
Remember, I focus on the standards created by NCSC for students with significant disabilities. They are going to be tested on the standards started 2014-2015. You can find out more at http://www.ncscpartners.org/. You can find the actual standards at https://wiki.ncscpartners.org/mediawiki/index.php/Core_Content_Connectors
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About my "Reading through the Classics" series:
I wanted my mod/severe students to be exposed to classic age-appropriate literature while still receiving instruction that is at their level (letters, numbers, sight words, etc) and that is beneficial for their daily lives (transportation, colors, etc). That is what inspired my “Reading through the Classics” series! I hope you enjoy!
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