Spring Activities Mini Books 3 Levels + Illustrated Word Wall - Differentiate!

Grade Levels
K - 1st
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Spring Activities: Mini Books | Signs of Spring

★ 3 Different Reading Levels

★ Illustrated Vocabulary Cards for a Spring Word Wall or Pocket Chart

4 versions of each book




COMMON CORE STANDARD: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.4 Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.

12 versions in all - Easy Assembly

4 Choices:

1) Full color illustrations

2) Black and white illustrations for students to color

3) Students illustrate their own to show comprehension.

4) Students write their own versions about the new season.

Pocket chart vocabulary cards included (with illustrations when appropriate).

8 Pages Per Book (cover and 7 pages).

Level 1. “Signs of Spring” is an emergent reader, simple sight words with picture clues.

Sight Words: we, a, see, it, is

Picture Clues For: green, plants, bugs, flowers, robin, rain, children, playing, Spring

Level 2. is a harder version with more sight words and longer sentences.

Words: and, an, with, for, jump, growing, butterfly, bee, ant, caterpillar, umbrellas, puddles, worm, bike, kite, jump rope, time, lambs, chicks, rabbits, frogs

Level 3. is the hardest version with words such as:

now, they, some, walk, like, their, day, of, begin, such, first, beginning, returning, because, outside, ride, baby, animals, born, weather, warmer, becoming, bloom, tulips, forsythia, violets, blossoms, daffodils

Use for guided reading, and send home for extra practice.

Version 1 of each level: High frequency words and full color illustrations help younger learners to use their reading strategies: pictures, phonics and context.

Version 2 of each level: Same text, but black and white illustrations for students to read and color.

Version 3 of each level: Same text but without illustrations. Students show their comprehension skills by creating their own illustrations.

Version 4: Students create their own versions:

Easy Version: We see _____________.

Harder Version: We _______________


Choice of dotted skip count baselines or plain lines for students to complete the sentences.




Total Pages
37 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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