Strengthen your students' fluency skills while they read about wind. This is an easy way to integrate science and language arts.
READING LEVEL (Flesch-Kincaid): 5.4 – 5th grade
Common Core Standards: RF.3.3, RF.3.4, L.3.2, RI.4.10, RF.4.3, RF.4.4, L.4.1, L.4.2, L.4.3, RI.5.10, RF.5.3, RF.5.4, L.5.1, L.5.2, L.5.3
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Included in this packet are:
SENTENCE SHUFFLE CENTER:
Students will shuffle the cards and divide the cards into three groups. Cards are grouped by the pattern of the frame around the word in the black and white version and the color of the frame in the colored version. Students will take one card from each group to make a sentence. Sentences can be real sentences or nonsense sentences. After making and reading sentences, students will choose 3 sentences to write on the assignment sheet.
This packet contains:
--6 pages of sentence fluency cards - colored version
--6 pages of sentence fluency cards - black & white version
--2 card shuffle sheets - one black & white, one colored version
--Directions for the center
--1 center sign
--3 writing assignment sheet
INTERACTIVE JOURNAL PRINTABLES:
-Beginning, Middle, End (can be used with any weather themed book)
-Weather Words: write facts about anemometer, wind sock, tornado, and hurricane
-Super Sentences: write sentences using the following words - measure, gust, anemometer, hurricane, and direction
PAPER SAVER: MINI BOOK:
Use this book with your reading group and then send it home for homework.
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Insect Fluency Task Cards
April Measurement Center
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