Shared reading with multiple purposes helps students learn language and literacy skills. Providing specific skill support and purposes for reading helps them close in on important skills.
You know how much you can do with a book. But who has time to make materials for every story you want to use? Incorporate shared reading strategies for language and literacy instruction into your group of speech therapy or special education students with the materials for The Three Little Pigs, covering
- reading &;
- writing &;
- working with words,
- and more.
This has been written for students with special needs, but is also appropriate for general education and differentiated learning.
- • Discussion of shared reading and hierarchy of comprehension questions
- • I Can posters for CCSS/ skills
- • Communication Board for AAC Users
- • Discussion & Prediction
- • Comprehension Questions
- • Vocabulary Interactive Activities
- • Informational Texts to Read and Write
- • Making Sentences & Sentences to Read and Write
- • Comparing Adjectives
- • Writing Sentences & Predictable Chart
- Writing and an Opinion Writing template
- • Sequence the Story
- • Story Retelling & Interactive Activity
- • Sensory Interactive Story Retelling
- • Retelling with Pictures & My Words
- • Describing Words
- • Pig Craftivity
- • Working with Words
- • Counting Words and Sounds
- • Blending Sounds
- • Manipulating Sounds
- • Word Families -ig, -ip, -in, -aw
- • Rhymes (onset-rime)
- • Initial Sounds: st, str, br
- • Final Sounds: -ck and -aw
- • Quiet - Noisy Sounds
- • Long-Short Sounds
- • Roll the Die; Read the Word
- • Word Sorts ch/sh and br/st
There are 4 shared reading resources for common folk tales.
The first is The Little Red Hen
The second is Goldilocks and the Three Bears
The third is The 3 Billy Goats Gruff
I also have more second, third and fourth grade books, and for Middle School there is King Midas, and Julie of the Wolves.