The Good Egg Book Study!

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This story is about a good egg. A veeeeeeery good egg. So what happens when a good egg gets mixed up with some bad eggs?

This printable PDF book study includes 3 activities that can be completed as a class or independently, for Jory John and Pete Oswald's story entitled The Good Egg. Topics include retelling, sequencing, reading comprehension, descriptive language and Social Emotional Learning. This package can be used with grades 2-4 as the level of difficult for the writing pieces can vary.

About This Product:

  • 3 PDF printable activities
  • Includes retelling, sequencing, reading comprehension questions, Social Emotional Learning, and cut and paste activities!
  • All images are black and white so student's can colour!
  • Great to leave as emergency or supply day plans as well!
  • Clip Art from Clip Art 4 Teachers and Fonts from KG Fonts and PB Fonts on Teachers Pay Teachers

Ontario Expectations covered in this product:

Reading

1.3 identify a variety of reading comprehension strategies and use them appropriately before, during, and after reading to understand texts (e.g., activate prior knowledge through brainstorming and/or developing mind maps; ask questions to focus reading and clarify understanding; use visualization to clarify details about such things as homes and clothing of early settlers; use pictures to confirm understanding of printed text)

1.4 demonstrate understanding of a variety of texts by identifying important ideas and some supporting details (e.g., restate important ideas and some related details from an informational text about early settlers; retell a story giving details about specific elements of the text such as setting, characters, and theme)

1.5 make inferences about texts using stated and implied ideas from the texts as evidence

1.6 extend understanding of texts by connecting the ideas in them to their own knowledge and experience, to other familiar texts, and to the world around them

1.8 express personal opinions about ideas presented in texts (e.g., identify traits they admire in the characters; comment on actions taken by characters)

Writing

1.3 gather information to support ideas for writing in a variety of ways and/or from a variety of sources (e.g., from discussions with family and friends; from teacher read-alouds, mentor texts, shared-, guided-, and independent-reading texts, and media texts) Classifying Ideas

1.4 sort ideas and information for their writing in a variety of ways (e.g., by using graphs, charts, webs, outlines, or lists)

1.5 identify and order main ideas and supporting details into units that could be used to develop a short, simple paragraph, using graphic organizers (e.g., a story grammar, a T-chart, a paragraph frame) and organizational patterns (e.g., comparison, chronological order)

2.4 vary sentence structures and maintain continuity by using joining words (e.g., and, or) to combine simple sentences and using words that indicate time and sequence to link sentences (e.g., first, then, next, before, finally, later)

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Total Pages
7 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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