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For this literary response worksheet, students complete a variety of vocabulary activities to demonstrate their understanding of the Peggy Parish book Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia.
In this literature response activity, students complete a variety of vocabulary activities to demonstrate their understanding of the Peggy Parish book Amelia Bedelia.
Get ready to laugh with your class by reading the book Amelia Bedelia's First Day of School. After they read the book and do activities comparing their first day of school with Amelia' they will then have conversations around the story. They will also participate in writing activities; predicting what her other days of school might be like. Great way to break the ice with new students!
Third graders recall and list information from the book Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. They demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of the story by interpreting the actual meaning of the directions given by Mrs. Rogers and apply their understanding of the story by rewriting directions that Amelia Bedelia will understand.
Go on an adventure with the nutty Amelia Bedelia! Have fun with word play and definitions in the book Amelia Bedelia's Family Album. Learners answer reading comprehension questions, make connections to real life, and give examples of their own family members. Your class is sure to be engaged with this lovable character!
Young scholars complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Amelia Bedelia. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students listen to a read aloud of Peggy Parish's. Teach Us Amelia Bedelia and make a list of all of the phrases she misunderstood. They rewrite the directions for easier comprehension.
Figurative language is the focus in the book Teach Us, Amelia Bedelia. After reading Peggy Parish's book, class members dramatize idioms from the text, using dramatic strategies such as characterization, exaggeration, and improvisation. They then write and act out their own idioms. 
The book Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia, is read with quickness and fluency in this lesson. The teacher models slow, choppy oral reading, and then smooth, quick, and fluent oral reading. Then, students read orally with a partner, encouraging each other's speed and smoothness.
Second graders explore multiple meaning words. In this language arts lesson, 2nd graders read "Amelia Bedelia Goes Camping." Students discuss the different meanings of the words in the story. Students complete a worksheet.
In this Amelia Bedelia book series word search worksheet, young scholars locate the 12 words or names listed in the puzzle and circle them to solve the word puzzle.
Second graders listen to the book, Play Ball Amelia Bedelia, and find words in the story that have more than one meaning. In this language arts lesson, they write four words that have multiple meanings on the worksheet embedded in the plan. A good, solid lesson.
Students practice becoming fluent readers with expression and emotion by decoding words and finding the meaning of stories. They read with expression and fill out evaluation sheets on the two stories, "Teach us Amelia Bedelia," by Peggy Parish and "How Are They Felling?"
In these literature response worksheets, students complete activities which reinforce vocabulary in the book Thank You, Amelia Bedelia.
Learners read and discuss the book "Amelia Bedelia". They brainstorm all of the options certain characters in the book could have done instead of what they chose to do. They decide if the decision was a good or bad. They write a persuasive letter to the character so they will follow their advice.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read pages 1-27 for the book Amelia Bedelia, Bookworm by Peggy Parish. Students answer 8 reading comprehension questions about the text.
For this sentence worksheet, students unscramble words found in Amelia Bedelia stories. Each story title is given about its set of words, 5 words per story.
Students solve a word scramble based on Amelia Bedelia. In this word scramble lesson plan, students fill in the blank with the appropriate Valentine word. They have to unscramble the word to make the sentence make sense.
Learners review story elements and define the difficult vocabulary words from the book, Amelia Bedeila's Family Album. In this reading lesson, students talk about the book they've read then complete the writing prompt included.      
Students develop a picture using the computer with an education computer program. In this technology lesson plan, students draw a picture on the computer based on a book that they have read.

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