This is a sequencing activity to go along with Goat in the Rug. There are mini cards with the events in the story that need to be cut out and then the students can place them in the correct order. This is a great way to introduce how natural
This is a puzzle students can create after identifying the beginning, middle and end of any story/book. They will fill in the labelled sections with their writing then cut them apart on the dotted line to create the puzzle pieces.
These little bookmarks can be sent home in guided reading books or with library books to remind students to work on their fluency. It reminds the students to use expression, check pacing, pause when they are supposed to and read smoothly.
This is great for letters or numbers. I have wooden dice that I have written numbers and letters on. Depending on the subject students will grab on or the other and roll. Whatever they roll they have to write in the first box. They go down the first