“Sight Word Sentences – Make a Picture Book” is a hands-on activity made to engage the emergent reader. Stick puppet patterns are included so the student can have fun retelling this original story, written for advanced Kindergartners and for Grades 1-2.
The following Common Core State Standards are included to assist you in teaching:
CCSS - RL.K.1, RL.K.2, RL.K.3, RL.K.7, RL.K.10
CCSS - RL.1.1, RL.1.2, RL.1.3, RL.1.7
CCSS - RL.2.1, RL.2.5, RL.2.7
*Cover -Write your name and color it.
*Pages 1–4 -Make a Picture Book: Read each sentence, and look in the Word Box to find the word that fits in the sentence. It must make sense.
-Fill in the blank with the correct word. Write the word on the (broken) line to complete the sentence.
-Color the pictures at the bottom of the page, and then cut them out.
-Paste each picture onto its spot by matching the numbers, 1 to 1 and 2 to 2.
-As illustrator, write your name by the word, illustrator.
*Page 5 -Draw a line from the question to its answer to make the correct connections.
*Page 6 -Read the questions: who, where, when, and what. See page 7 for the answers.
*Page 7 -Cut out and paste each sentence strip onto the correct space on page 6.
*Page 8 -Sequence the events: Read and recall what happened first, next, then, and last. Given two choices, color inside the circle that answers each question.
*Page 9 -The student will express his prediction orally.
-Draw and color an illustration of what you think will happen inside the barn.
-Think of a good title for this story, and write it on the given line at the top of the page.
-As the illustrator, write your name on the space provided at the bottom of the page.
*Page 10 -Literacy Center Extension: Make the Stick Puppets: Cut out four adorable pieces of clip art, and paste each onto a craft stick. (Craft sticks are not included.) The kiddos love doing this, and we love that they are developing their eye-hand coordination skills, language skills, and participating in a group or partner activity!
Along with K-1 level sight words, the following vocabulary is also introduced (and/or used orally by the teacher): main character, setting, other characters, story problem and solution, first, next, then, last, title, illustrate, illustrator, predict, and retell the story.
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” - Benjamin Franklin
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