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Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write

Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Summer Scenes Summer Vocabulary- Read, Label, Sort & Write
Product Description
This fun and engaging product includes 8 summer scenes/settings that provide your students with a sneak preview of summer vacation. Each scene includes 7-10 summer vocabulary words to cut & glue, providing labels to the items in the pictures.
Each scene includes a 4 line writing space with primary writing lines. I left the directions for this space open-ended so you may assign the type of writing you would like your students to practice to fit their instructional needs. (a descriptive paragraph?... sentences that feature the summer vocabulary? spelling the vocabulary words for handwriting practice?)
The product also features a revised format of 6 out of the 8 summer scenes designed for a literacy center with work mats. The pictures are slightly larger, the spaces are numbered for easy recording, the writing space was eliminated, and the vocabulary words are on the bottom (to be cut out and stored ahead of time by the teacher.) Matching recording sheets are included.
Also included in this product are 4 different word sorts using the summer vocabulary word list provided:
1) things that are not ‘solid”, things that are living, & things that can be “played” (details on the sorting mat)
2) compound words, things that you can eat or drink, and things that are not man made
3) 1 syllable, 2 syllable, & 3 syllable words
4) vowel sound sort with some challenges, such as “steak”(ā ) & “ladybug” with a 2nd syllable ē
A one page list of the vocabulary words used for the word sorts is provided. Several words that were used for the worksheets have been eliminated, as I didn't feel they were very “usable” outside the context of labeling. The remaining words are formatted into 5 columns. They are not arranged in any particular order-I just though it was a better way to help emergent readers visually organize a group of words. You may want to come up with even more activities for the summer words and use this page as a resource.
Summary of materials:
-8 summer scene vocabulary worksheets (numbered #1 - #8)
-6 summer scene work mats for centers (revised pictures of the same scenes
-4 word sorts with a variety of literacy sorting topics
-2 pages of recording sheets for the center (lists for 3 scenes on a sheet)
-Answer keys for the 6 work mats and the 4 word sorts (the answers should be self-explanatory on the 8 vocabulary worksheets)
Please take a moment to look at the sample pages in the preview. I am confident that you will find the scenes and word work kid-friendly, attractive, and engaging. If these materials look like a good “fit” for your learners, you may want to look at the many products I have available in my store for K-5th grade in a variety of subject areas. Enjoy!
Amy Bratsos

www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Amy-Bratsos


Thank you for your interest in “Summer Scenes”! I hope you and your students enjoy the 8 summer settings provided as they get a sneak preview of summer vacation. Each scene includes 7-10 summer vocabulary words to cut & glue, providing labels to the items in the pictures. I tried to make the spaces a fairly uniform size so the size of the word doesn’t become an important factor in deciding where the words go. Many of the spaces have arrows in case students are not sure about which item to label. Each scene also includes a 4 line writing space with primary lining. I left the directions for this space open-ended so you could assign the type of writing you would like your students to practice to fit their instructional needs. (a descriptive paragraph? Sentences that feature the summer vocabulary? Copying the vocabulary words for handwriting practice?) The product also features a revised format of 6 out of the 8 summer scenes designed for a literacy center with work mats. The pictures are slightly larger, the spaces are numbered for easy recording, the writing space was eliminated, and the vocabulary words are on the bottom (to be cut out and stored ahead of time by the teacher.) Matching recording sheets are included. Also included in this product are 4 different word sorts using the summer vocabulary word list provided: 1) things that are not ‘solid”, things that are living, & things that can be “played” (details on the sorting mat) 2) compound words, things that you can eat or drink, and things that are not manmade 3) 1 syllable, 2 syllable, & 3 syllable words 4) vowel sound sort with some challenges, such as “steak”(ā ) & “ladybug” with a 2nd syllable ē A one page list of the vocabulary words used for the word sorts is provided. Several words that were used for the worksheets have been eliminated, as I didn’t feel they were as “usable” outside the context of labeling. The remaining words are formatted into 5 columns. They are not arranged in any particular order-I just though it was a better way to help emergent readers visually organize a group of words. You may want to come up with even more activities for the summer words and use this page as a resource. Summary of materials:  8 summer scene vocabulary worksheets (numbered #1 - #8)  6 summer scene work mats for centers (revised pictures of the same scenes (numbered #1W-matches #1 work mat- no #5W or #7W included)  4 word sorts with a variety of literacy sorting topics  2 pages of recording sheets for the center (lists for 3 scenes on a sheet)  Answer keys for the 6 work mats and the 4 word sorts (the answers should be self-explanatory on the 8 vocabulary worksheets) Please take a moment to look at the sample pages in the preview. I am confident that you will find the scenes and word work kid-friendly, attractive, and engaging. If these materials look like a good “fit” for your learners, you may want to look at the many products I have available in my store for K-5th grade in a variety of subject areas. Enjoy! Amy Bratsos by Amy Bratsos is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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