Activities for Favorite Books

1 page This is my all-time favorite caterpillar book. I do a reader's theater with my little ones after I read it. They enjoy graphing their favorite character.

9 pages. These are activities to go with the Dr. Seuss book, My Many Colored Days. Students can each do a page, work in groups, or have students work on their booklet one page a day, tracing, writing and illustrating their page.

7 pages. This is a simple and fun snack to make to accompany the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and includes some Alpha-bits cereal sorting and graphing activities.
5 pages Review the concept of small, medium and large by making this Frogs on a Log manipulative to use for a variety of frog-themed stories.

6 pages. A fun way to review the life cycle of a butterfly. Students feed the story cards to the old lady as they are read. Later, when you need to assess this science knowledge, have each student explain the life cycle cards as they feed the old lady i

50 pages. A variety of activities that reinforce basic report card standards with a caterpillar theme.

2 pages. A nice companion to the easy reader In My Garden.

13 pages. A wonderful way to get to know your new students and interesting ice breaker, especially for September. These make an adorable bulletin board too! A great activity after you read the book, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.

8 pages. Review 3D shapes with this fun cloud booklet perfect for March is Reading Month. Students trace & write the shape word and then glue the appropriate cloud to the page. Includes 2 graphing extensions. This is a nice activity to do after you

4 pages. The Wind Blew is an easy reader where students enjoy cutting and gluing the pictures to their matching pages.

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