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Pages 2-4: One SIOP strategy for challenging vocabulary is 4 Square vocabulary, where the students write the word, then draw a picture, then write a definition in their own words and finally write the word in a sentence. I created 2 square and 3 square worksheets for younger students in order to differentiate depending on their level. This strategy is not only great for ELLs but all students
Pages 5-6: The Kindergarten ACCESS test requires students to write about a story that they just heard. Therefore, in order to prepare them for the ACCESS, I read stories they enjoy like Pete The Cat and have them write 3 parts of the story. Page 5 students can draw a picture for each part of the story, then label the picture. Page 6 the students draw in the small squares then write a sentence or words describing their picture.
Page 7-8: Somebody wanted but so, Students can either draw and label or write the character, what they wanted, the problem and the solution
page 9-11: Fact ladders and fact finder, students will either write or draw and label facts from the story
Page 12: Students draw 3 pictures of words that begin with the letter of the week and then try to write the word next to it.
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