SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!

SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
SIOP Vocabulary Strategy and Prep for ACCESS writing for Kindergarten UPDATED!
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UPDATED! More Worksheets and Cuter!!

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See my other SIOP packet for EVEN MORE great strategies with Non-Fiction, Fiction and Brave Spelling
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/UPDATED-SIOP-Vocabulary-Reading-Brave-Spelling-and-Non-fiction-strategies-1136872

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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