Calling all Laura Numeroff fans who want to use the book If You Take a Mouse to the Movies in their classrooms. We have fun learning help to share with you. If you want to grab this book, you can snag it here.
One of the best ways to retell a story is to sequence the events in the book. Check out this sequencing printable for If You Take a Mouse to the Movies. It helps your learners if you read the story first, then use the cards pictures above to sequence the story together, then use this printable to use prompting and support to sequence the events in the story.
We love to use writing prompts that inspire you learners to think. This type of writing prompt is a great way to get your students to write their opinions and support their reasoning behind their answer. Plus, we have a precious art project freebie idea you can use with this writing idea.
Reading Comprehension Game
Next, you have to see this reading comprehension game. These games are a class favorite. Students play this game but they don’t realize they are working on so many reading comprehension skills and standards. Teachers love these games because they are ideal ways to easily collect data without much effort.
And Math Help too!
Do your little learners need handwriting help like my little learners always do? Check out this If You Take a Mouse to the Movies inspired number writing prompt. You will grab several differentiated options for your learners to write in their numbers.