This is a fantastic project! It is easy to follow, with no art skills required for the instructor. The teacher doesn't even have to draw. See the 4th grade student example for an idea of how younger students might do.
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Students love this organizer! Use this to help children visualize the parts of a story. Students write the problem in the storm cloud, and the solution is written in the sun. In addition to reading, this can be sent home for homework or used as a
46 weeks of leveled sight word homework. Assign based on student reading levels. Students read each list of words three times per night, with parents marking correct words. I used these for my struggling readers to help them close the gap.
Introductory lessons on predicting / making predictions. This set of activities includes a journal insert in kid-friendly language that introduces students to predicting in reading. It includes a story with matching questions and matching graphic
Students draw their own MOM flower pot by following along with an easy step-by-step PowerPoint. They will need construction paper, regular Sharpies, and crayons. Students can also finish by painting a background with watercolors.
The purpose of this activity is provide students with a visual way to understand which parts of passage should be included in a summary. Before using this organizer, students should understand how a paragraph is organized, and be familiar with the
Students read the sentences, cut them out and glue them into the correct column. This is a great partner activity if author's purpose is a fairly new idea for students. It can be used as an assessment if students have a solid understanding of