Help reinforce a variety of standards, with this quick, easy and fun Thanksgiving emergent reader.
I call these “strip booklets”, because I can fit five pages or "strips" on a one-page template, for easy printing.
Trimming the pages provides nice fine motor practice strengthening those finger muscles, as children make a “just the right size” Itty Bitty booklet.
Students read the simple sentences packed with 27 Dolch sight words, trace the words, add end punctuation, then rewrite the sentences, remembering proper capitalization, spacing and end punctuation. Afterwards, children color, cut and collate the pages.
Students can work on completing their booklet in one sitting, or over two days. Great for Daily 5 or your writing block.
To review concepts of print, when everyone is done, read the booklet as a whole group.
This will also give your kiddos some more practice, before taking the booklet home to read and share with their family, reinforcing the lesson once more.
I’ve included a full color, page 1 sample, so that you can quickly and easily make an example to share with your students, to help explain what you want them to do.
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