Don't you love spiders???? Is Charlotte your favorite? Well the Very Busy one is ranked pretty high in our classroom as well, and will have to do until I can get my co-owner to help me make one for Charlotte. This book has been around a long time and children still love it! We created this extension for this book to help you teach your students about quotation marks, story elements, sequencing and more. There is a fun game and word order activities for center time and even a web to trace with puff paint or glue to make their own 3-D web. They LOVE those!! Please see the three page preview to see what all is included.
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Table of Contents
Page 1 – Cover
Page 2 – Table of Contents
Page 3 – Genre Anchor Chart
Page 4 – Story Vocabulary
Page 5 - Anchor Chart – Purpose for Reading
Page 6 – Story Map
Page 7 – Comprehension Anchor Chart- Sequence
Page 8-11 –Sequence Activities
Page 12-13 – Who’s Talking
Page 14 – Grammar Anchor Chart – Quotations
Page 15-18 – Quotation Activities
Page 19-31 – Very Busy Spider Booklet
Page 32-45 – Very Busy Spider Booklet
Using Speech Bubbles
Page 46-47 – Web
Page 48 – Hallway Sign
Page 49-50 – make a Spider
Page 51 – ABC Order
Page 52-55 – Center Activity/Game
Page 56-57 – Build It! Write It! Draw It!
Page 58 - Credits
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fall, scarecrows, narratives, making predictions, problem solution, vocabulary