Snowman - Sight Word Sentences – Make a Picture Book is designed to engage the emergent reader with hands-on activities. Help out a snowman by following the directions given in an original story written for a fun winter project.
Allow your students to focus on building their fine motor skills with this cut and paste activity. Forget about neatness (for once - lol) as your kiddos make their own adorable snowmen.
Included are the following Common Core State Standards:
CCSS - RL.K.1, RL.K.2, RL.K.3, RL.K.7, RL.K.10, SL.K.2
CCSS - RL.1.1, RL.1.2, RL.1.3, RL.1.7, SL.1.2
CCSS - RL.2.1, RL.2.5, RL.2.7
*Write your name on the story booklet cover, and then color it: My Snowman.
*Pages 1–7 -Make a Picture Book: Read each sentence, and look in the Word Bank to find the word that makes sense to complete each sentence.
-Fill in the blank by writing the word that fits on the (broken) line.
-Color the pictures at the bottom of the page, and then cut them out.
-Glue each picture in an appropriate place at the top of the page (and/or by matching the numbers, 1 to 1, if shown).
-As illustrator, write your name by the word, illustrator.
*Page 8 -Draw a line to match the question with its answer.
*Page 9 -Read the questions: who, where, when, and what. (See page 10 for the answers.)
*Page 10 -Cut out each sentence strip, and glue each strip onto the correct place on page 9.
*Page 11 -Sequence the events: Read and recall what happened first, next, then, and last: Given two choices, color inside the circle that answers each question correctly.
*Page 12 –Refer to page 7: The student will predict what will happen next.
-Draw and color an illustration of what you think will happen now that the sun is coming up.
-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 line at the bottom of the page.
*Page 13, 14, 15 -Literacy Center Extension: Make a Snowman: Choose from many adorable pieces of clip art! Cut out the pieces you need from pages 14 and 15. Glue them onto page 13 to create “My Snowman.”
Along with sight words, the following vocabulary is also introduced (and/or used orally by the teacher): main character, setting, other characters, narrator, story problem, central message, recall, events, first, next, then, last, predict, title, illustrate and illustrator.
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” - Benjamin Franklin
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