Year Round Bundle: Fictional Short Stories and Language Activities

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    This is a year-long seasonal themed packet FULL of language activities! It's easy to target multiple goals with one story. This is perfect for mixed groups working on comprehension, WH- questions, vocabulary, and context clues.


    Fall Fictional Short Stories and Language Activities

    1. Katie's Caramel Apple (Making a Caramel Apple)
    2. Patrick Makes Apple Pie (Making Apple Pie)
    3. Chelsea's Outdoor Chore (Raking Leaves)
    4. Tammy's Yummy Turkey (Cooking a Turkey)
    5. Jason's Jack-O-Lantern (Carving a Jack-O-Lantern)

    Winter Fictional Short Stories and Language Activities

    1. Wayne's Winter Fun (Getting Dressed for Winter)
    2. Sandy Makes Snow Cream (Making Snow Cream)
    3. Skip's Snowman (Making a Snowman)
    4. Gail Wraps a Gift (Wrapping a Present- can be used for birthdays, too)
    5. Mrs. Vicki's Valentines (Making Valentine's Day Cards)

    Spring Fictional Short Stories and Language Activities

    1. Jan and the Rainy Day (Dressing for Rain)
    2. Luke Flies a Kite (How to Fly a Kite)
    3. Ana's Green Thumb (Planting a Flower)
    4. Trey's Goes Camping (How to Backyard Camp)
    5. Bryce's Fishing Trip (Catching a Fish)

    Summer Fictional Short Stories and Language Activities

    1. Lila's Lemonade (Making Lemonade)
    2. Sam's Sandcastle (Building a Sandcastle)
    3. Jasmine's Banana Split (Making a Banana Split)
    4. Parker's Picnic (Packing a Picnic Lunch)
    5. Abbi Goes to Bed (Getting Ready for Bed)


    6-Step Sequencing Cards

    After reading the story, practice sequencing! You may choose to laminate the colored copy for yourself and give the students the black & white copy to cut & sequence. Remove cards to decrease sequencing difficulty.

    Written Ordering

    After reading the story, you may have older students number the sequenced steps 1 – 6.

    Context Clues

    Use context clues to fill in the blanks. Use the word bank or remove it for added difficulty.

    Key Vocabulary & Definitions

    These are to be used with the vocabulary matching mat, or can be used as a standalone worksheet.


    Sequencing Mat

    When working on written or picture sequencing, ask your students to look for the clue words listed on the numbered mat. This visual will help to recognize sequencing vocabulary.

    Vocabulary Matching Mat

    Cut out the vocabulary and definition strips that go along with each story. Cut and paste the corresponding word and definition together or write them beside each other.

    WH- Question Mat

    Practice writing or verbally asking & answering WH- questions using the graphic organizer.

    Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

    Write a targeted vocabulary word and complete the graphic organizer.

    Not convinced? There is a free spring story available so you can try before you buy. Check it out here!

    If you have questions, feel free to ask!

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