Reinforce adjectives and the poetry genre for older students, by having them write an acrostic poem. For little ones, this is a fun way to review letters and words that begin with those letters.
I always run my poems by my husband, as Daniel has a knack for getting the beat just right, as well as choosing better words, so thanks honey for making this better!
This 12-page packet will help you review: Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.K1c, RF.K2a, RF.K3c, L.K2a, L.K2b
It's a sweet story to help your students learn the months of the year.
Children read the story, which includes 58 sight words (Many from the Dolch word list.), helped by picture clues.
Students trace the month word and then write it. They also color, cut and glue the matching numbered pictures to the page.
In order to cover the above standards, have students circle the beginning capital letter as well as identify and circle the ending punctuation.
When everyone has completed their booklet, read it aloud as a whole group, so you can cover concepts of print, as well as review aspects of rhyme.
To make sure my students are understanding the concept of rhyme, whenever I'm reading a rhyming story, I ask them what other words rhyme with the word I've just read.
Because this is poetry, it will fit nicely into having your students experience another genre.
Click on the link to view/download From August To September.
If you're looking for another monthly easy reader, I think you'll also enjoy my version of There Was A Old Lady she too, reviews the month and celebrations of the year.
Click on the link to view/download this other monthly easy reader.
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