The ABCs of Valentine's Day

The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
The ABCs of Valentine's Day
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3 MB|102 pages
Product Description
Valentine Alphabet Book updated January 2016: Two different levels of Valentine alphabet books are included in this resource. Each book has different objectives. Each has Valentine hearts clip art.

Book 1 requires kids to write one or two words to complete each sentence, such as, “A is for _______.” Students complete the cloze sentences and illustrate.
Book 2 requires students to complete the cloze sentence and add additional sentences to form a paragraph
Also included in this resource

1. A blank alphabet chart to reproduce for students. Students list vocabulary words as they identify them in their class discussions or reading.
2. A completed alphabet chart with possible vocabulary words listed. (For the teacher)
3. Dear Reader page Students write a message to their readers stating a purpose for writing the book. (Three choices)
4. Readers’ Comments page Students and teachers who read the book can write a comment stating what they liked. (Two styles)

**This is a print and go resource.

General Goals of Alphabet Books
Alphabet books are a great concluding activity because they require kids to do the following and more:
1. Discuss new vocabulary words.
2. List salient terms when they are found.
3. Recall facts about the terms listed.
4. Write a sentence or paragraph using the chosen vocabulary word appropriately.
5. Do further research, if needed, to demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.
6. Give students an opportunity to demonstrate knowledge of the concept.
7. Reinforce concepts learned during the unit.
8. Improve spatial skills while designing personal ABC books.
9. Work in cooperative groups sharing information and ideas.
10. Have fun!


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Total Pages
102 pages
Answer Key
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