The Mitten by Jan Brett Printables (Worksheets)
The Mitten is such a wonderful story to share for this time of year. I have included the following printables...
**ABC Order (cut and paste)
**Which Animal ~ (Probabilty)
**The Mitten ~ Sequencing
Directions: Glue the animals in the correct order
that they appeared in the the story.
**How Did They Move?
VERBS = ACTION WORDS
Describe how each animal came to the mitten.
Directions: Match the words below that are opposites.
Directions: Color the mittens that have rhyming words blue. Color the other mittens red.
**True or False
Directions: Read the sentences at the bottom of
the page. Cut and paste to the correct column.
**Nouns and Verbs
Directions: Highlight the nouns yellow and the verbs blue in each sentence.
**2 Pages of Expanded Form (2 and 3 digit numbers)
**2 Pages ~ Fill in the missing boxes with the correct number.
DIRECTIONS: Write the numbers in order from smallest to largest.
Sort the families on the next page.
Glue on this page.
**Add 10 and Subtract 10
**4 Pages of 2 digit addition and subtraction (with and without regrouping)
**Find the shape ~ shape boxes (words from the story)
**Balance the Mittens: Directions: Find 2 sets of presents that equal the same. Glue them above the scale. (1 page addition and 1 page subtraction)
**Handwriting ~ Write the words 3 times each.
**Verbs ~ Directions: Help Nicki find his mitten. Start at the top. Follow and color the boxes with the words that have verbs, until you get to the end.
**Venn Diagram ~Directions: Compare and contrast the 2 different versions of The Mitten
**Flashcards (12 words)
**Unscramble the sentences ~ Directions: Unscramble the sentences and write them correctly on the line.
**Roll, Read, and Color (Words from the story)
**Character, Setting, Plot Booklet
**Choose 4 words from word box. Write them in complete sentences.
**Retelling Booklet – The Mitten
Directions: Fill out the characters and the setting page. Finish each sentence and then illustrate each page.
**Writing: What was your favorite part of the story? Why?