For word work this week, my students worked on making the using the Pp. We also did some Pp sorting activities. We sequenced the story and did some retelling activities using vocabulary words from the text. We also played memory and ABC order with these terms.
My group made pancakes (We did this by reading the directions, measuring the ingredients, doing step by step what is asked, and we also talked about how heat changes the batter into pancakes. Then we ate them!)
My assistant group used various writing prompts to get the students thinking and writing about using the text.
Another day we played a reading comprehension game to work with the kids on what they read and what they take away from the story.
We also listened to the book at our listening station.
Did we do all this in one day? NO WAY
Did we learn and use other text and activities to aid and assist learning? ABSOLUTELY
Does this help you out? PLEASE let me know! (hehe)
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