What I Need to Begin Work Mini Reader FREEBIE
This reader is perfect for children who need a plan to begin their work. It's ideal for Kindergarten through third grade students to develop positive work habits.
This classroom resource would also be helpful for early learners, ESL and special needs students, in particular Autistic Spectrum Disorders and children with Dyslexia.
*** This file can also be found in our What I Need to Begin Work Desk Strip, Poster, Sequencing and Mini Reader
This file includes:
* Printable mini-reader with the steps in procedural order.
* Printable mini-reader pictures omitted for students to draw their own to show understanding.
Students can read the book that includes five steps to begin work. After several readings with an adult, the student can draw the pictures on each page to match the text, thus demonstrating meaning.
Each prompt begins with a need... thus focusing on desired self talk habits.
Children should have these behaviors modeled to them. From here, students should be guided to use the reader with open-ended questions, praise and some re-modelling. After some time, educators should aim for children to have some level of independence and autonomy around getting their work started.
Designed by Clever Classroom
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