Warm Up Your Winter With Hot Chocolate ELA Unit Includes:
Emergent Reader– Use the emergent reader to build sight word vocabulary and beginning reading skills such as pointing to each word as you read, stopping at punctuation, fluency and inflection. Included are a color version to project or print for large group instruction, and a black and white version to print so students can have individual copies to read, highlight sight words, etc. Sight words included are: can, you, make, the, in, up, put, and on.
Vocabulary Cards– Use these as a resource for your students to spell the words they may want to use in their writing or labeling activities.
Can You Make Hot Chocolate Retelling Activity– After students are familiar with the text, have them cut and paste the sequence of the story to retell it.
Label The Ingredients For Hot Chocolate– Have students sound out the words or use the vocabulary cards to label the things they need to make hot chocolate.
Hot Chocolate! Writing– Students can illustrate and write about their favorite part of making hot chocolate, or they could make up a story or tell about a time they made hot chocolate.
A Recipe For Hot Chocolate– This is a recipe you could have your students follow to make their own hot chocolate. The recipe is written to individual students can make their own cup of hot chocolate from start to finish. I included two versions– one for using the microwave and one for using a stove top or hot plate.
Hot Chocolate Sequencing– After using the recipe to make the hot chocolate, students can sequence the steps by cutting and pasting them in the correct order. then they can give their opinion of hot chocolate and explain why they like it or not. You can copy the following page to the back of the sequencing activity if you’d like to give your students an opportunity to write sentences to explain each of the steps of making hot chocolate.
Hot Chocolate Sight Word Bump– This game is for sight word practice and works well with 2-3 students in a group.
I included 3 game boards with 10 sight words on each– the first 30 Fry words.