Let's Go! Let's Get Out In That SNOW!
A few days ago I designed a winter poster to help little ones get ready. This sort of “What goes on next?” always helped my Y5’s and expedited things, helping us get out the door.
I decided to follow that up with an easy reader booklet on the same subject, that will help you review Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.K1c, RF.K3c, L.K2a, L.K2b
Like the poster, the booklet helps your students identify winter clothing words and the order clothes should be put on.
Students correct the sentences by adding ending punctuation and a capital letter to the beginning word.
They trace and then write the ordinal number as well as the article of clothing that is put on.
Students use pictures as clues to read the sentences, as they cut and glue other pictures to the matching numbered boxes.
This packet is great for your Daily 5 word work activities.
Besides the 58 words in the booklet, 30 of which are Dolch sight words, I’ve also included worksheets involving contractions also found in the booklet, as well as word work with compound words.
Since the booklet is all about getting ready to go out to play in wintry weather, I thought it would be fun to see how many compound words starting with the word snow, I could come up with.
Can you think up more than my 15? I’d love hearing from you!
The packet also includes:
- 58 traceable word cards + covers to make Itty Bitty Booklets.
- 8 matching picture cards (Great for playing Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games.)
- A graphing extension
- + 4 skill sheets, which include: Match the word from the story to the picture.
- An alphabetizing worksheet
- A compound word worksheet. (Trace and write15 new words that begin with snow.) and
- A contraction worksheet +
- A certificate of praise when students can read the booklet independently.
Click on the link to view/download Let’s Go! Let’s Play In The Snow Easy Reader Booklet
Be sure to take a look at the matching "This Is How We Get Ready" poster by clicking on the link.
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