If You Give a Mouse a Muffin Teacher Resources
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Young scholars demonstrate literal meaning of a fiction book. For this reading comprehension lesson, students listen to the book, If You Give a Mouse a Muffin and practice the "m" sound during the read aloud. Young scholars answer questions about the book and create book covers.
Things usually don't happen without a reason; usually any event has a cause that got the ball rolling. The book, If You Give a Mouse a Muffin is used to help learners understand the concept of causes in literature. Examples from the story are charted and discussed through whole group instruction and then practiced individually with an accompanying worksheet.
Students practice basic reading skills. In this reading lesson plan, students review the letter M, read the story If You Give a Mouse a Muffin. Students will then write a book using their name, for example: If You Give a Taco to Tracy.
Students practice identifying and sounding out words that have the /m/ sound. Students practice saying a tongue twister with words emphasizing the /m/ sound. They then lsiten to If You Give a Moose a Muffin and rub their stomach and say "mmm" when they hear the sound /m/.
Students identify the grapheme and phoneme for M. They practice writing the letter M and through listening activities, discriminate the phoneme /m/. They associate the phoneme /m/ with its letter representation and identify it in various words and phrases.
Students answer a series of question about different letter sounds. They verbally practice the sounds of each letter following set responses. They write the different letters and find words that start with that letter.