What Do Illustrators Do? Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Third Grade Sup. Act.

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What Do Illustrators Do?
Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7
Third Grade
Supplement Activities
Common Core aligned

Pg. 3-5 Vocabulary in Context – copy pages A and B back to back, fold on the solid lines and cut on the dotted lines – write sentences and illustrate each vocabulary word
Pg. 6 Use It! – use your vocabulary words in a paragraph/short story
Pg. 7 Roll and Spell! – roll the dice to see what you will use to write your spelling word – choices are marker, pencil, color pencil, crayon, pen, or your choice – write each word three times
Pg. 8-9 Spelling Scramble – unscramble each spelling word on the paintbrush and write it correctly on the lines beneath – color each paint brush depending on its three letter cluster
Pg. 10-12 My Comprehension Flip It! – copy pages A and B back to back, fold on the solid line, cut on the dotted lines – answer the questions and illustrate
Pg. 13 Design and Illustrate! – design and illustrate the book covers to Hansel and Gretel, The Gingerbread Boy, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel
Pg. 14-15 Caption This! – a foldable book – fold hotdog style then hamburger style – while in the hamburger fold, cut on the dotted line – follow directions in the illustration – fill in the captions of what you think the characters might be saying
Pg.16-18 Write a Correct “Verb Tense” Sentence! – Copy pages A and B back to back – fold on the solid lines – cut on the dotted lines – look at the character and write about them raking using the correct verb tense to match the picture
Pg. 19 Roll a Silly Sentence! – roll the dice to get your subject – roll the dice again to get your verb and what verb tense to use – write them together on a line below – add your own ending to make it fun
Pg. 20- 21 Text and Graphic Features – a foldable book to use as you’re reading – take notes on the graphic features and texts that were used
Pg. 22 My Plan! – a place to plan out your illustrations for your book
Pg. 23- 26 Jack and The Beanstalk / as told by the giant – it’s your turn to write and illustrate your own fairytale told from the giant’s perspective – copy cover onto cardstock – copy as many writing pages as needed – copy writing pages back to back – staple book down the middle
Pg. 27- 32 Synonym Stalk – a craft project that has you practicing your synonyms – copy off patterns onto the correct construction paper color – glue onto a large 18in blue paper – write synonyms on the leaves and glue them next to each other on the stalk – add Jack’s stockings and boots at the top – trim his stockings so that his legs are flush with the top of the paper – add title to the bottom right corner
Pg. 33 What’s Important in a Book? The Words or the Pictures? – a chance to write your opinion
Pg. 34-36 Compare and Contrast Fairytales – compare Hansel and Gretel to Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood to Goldilocks - there is a blank page that allows you to choose two fairytales
Pg. 37 Thanks and credits
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37
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What Do Illustrators Do?  Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Third G
What Do Illustrators Do?  Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Third G
What Do Illustrators Do?  Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Third G
What Do Illustrators Do?  Journeys Unit 2 Lesson 7 Third G
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