Short story story map, graphic organizer, comprehension aid.$3.00$3.00
Story maps or graphic organizers help your student identify various elements of the story or book they just read.
Your student will practice the following:
1. Title of the story
2. Story prediction
3. Author and illustrator
4. New words and their definitions
5. Fiction or Nonfiction
7. Main characters (similar and different)
8. Supporting characters
9. Point of view
10. Author’s purpose
11. Title alternate
12. Beginning, middle, and end of story
13. Alternate solution
14. Story conflict and solution
This resource supports the following Common Core Standards:
Reading: Literature 2.RL
2.RL.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
2.RL.3 Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
2.RL.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
2.RL.6 Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.
2.RL.7 Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
Word family candy machines – 580 page file!$6.99$6.99
Word family candy machines – 580 page file!
This amazing, gigantic set of activities will get your kids learning word families in a fun, interactive way while completing a candy machine project. First of all this set consists of over 570 pages, the packet currently has 116 word families! Each word family contains 4 activities.
Once the activities are completed the sections are templates that can be cut out and glued together to make a candy machine.
This is an original, creative way to get your students excited about learning word families. Download the free sample for the -ab word family, try it with your kids and let us know how it goes, we are sure you will see the usefulness of the project/activity in teaching word families.
Your students will learn and have fun coloring, cutting, writing, and assembling the candy machines!
Word Families included:
ab, ace, ack, ad, ade, ag, age, aid, ail, ain, air, ake, ale, all, am, ame, amp, an, and, ane, ank, ant, ap, ape, ar, are, arm, ash, ast, at, atch, ate, aw, ax, ay, each, eal, ean, ear, eat, ed, ee, eel, een, eep, eet, eg, ell, en, end, ent, erry, ess, est, et, ew, ice, ick, id, ide, ig, ight, ike, ile, ill, ime, in, ind, ine, ing, in, ip, ish, it, ite, oat, ob, ock, og, oil, oke, old, oo, ood, oof, ook, ool, oom, oon, oop,oot, op, ore, orn, ot, ouch, ought, ound, ouse, out, ow, ow, owl, own, oy, ub, uck, ug, um, ump, un, unk, us, use, ust, ut
Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles All Around! 118 word family practice, 700+ pages, no prep lessons$6.99
Pirate Word Family Fun -Activity/Projects- 61 word families, over 350 pages$6.99$6.99
Pirate Word Family Fun -Activity/Projects- 61 word families, over 350 pages
Pirate Word Family Fun -Word Family Activity/Project Set-61 word families practice! Over 350 pages of engaging word work.
Contents Included (6 pages per set – 61 sets so far!):
1. Pirate sheet for gluing
2. Square sheet to cut out
3. What words did you make? sheet with blanks
4. What words did you make? sheet with traceable words.
5. Read, trace, write sheet.
6. Skull flash cards.
10 words per activity corresponding to the word family, zipped file with PDFs as separate files for easier printing.