Use these two cute sisters to help teach your students the right and wrong way to work through a fiction reading passage. My class and I
created these fictional character names to help us remember what to do when working on a passage. I then wrote the poems to help my students remember what to do.
Use the posters with just the picture of each girl to laminate and hang in your room as a reminder to your students of which example to follow. You can also run copies of each girl’s poem to give to each student to keep in their binder. The poems are also great raps that your kids can memorize. You can video your kids saying the poems (raps) and play back for them.
I use these to help my kids be successful on the STAAR reading test in Texas, but they will work for any teacher teaching her students strategies for reading a fiction passage. Enjoy and please leave feedback!