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What better way to engage young children in reading than with this fun printable book about teddy bears? Using simple, repetitive language supported by clear illustrations, this is an ideal resource for teaching reading skills in the in early elementary grade levels.
Parts of a Book, a one-page worksheet, defines and gives examples of a title page, a table of contents and an index. Emergent readers use the provided information to respond to six questions based on the examples. An answer key is provided.
Every child is an author with this engaging reading activity. First the class reviews the various parts of a book such as the title, author, dedication, and author-biography. Then each individual will choose a story of their own to publish by putting it in the format of a real book. These kid-authored books can then become part of the class library. Note: This lesson is part of a series, so some pre-step may need to be completed before starting. 
Young scholars identify the features of fiction books. In this genre study lesson plan, students are introduced to the book Armadillo Rodeo and identify the cover, title, author, illustrator and title page. Young scholars discuss how the book cover gives a preview of the text.
Young scholars complete a book study and publishing activity. In this book study lesson, students study the structure of a book and use worksheets to help guide them through creating their own book. Young scholars design the front cover for their book and sew the pages of their book together.
Read and discuss a variety of books by different authors and have your class create their own book. They will identify the different parts of a book, then using a story they have already written, they enter their story and information into a story template, dedication page template, and author biography page template.
Students identify the correct way to read a book. In this book instructional activity, students use a Thanksgiving book to demonstrate the proper way to hold and read a book.  Students also practice beginning consonant sounds.
A great way to publish students' stories is by having them create a picture book using Pages. This simple lesson has them take a short story they have written and create a book with a title page and dedication. After they have printed out their stories, they draw illustrations.  
Help your middle and high schoolers explore geometric terminology. In this geometry lesson, learners use the entire year to create an ABC Geometry book. Young scholars use a list of terms learned in class to create a page for each letter. Students use a rubric to guide their process. 
Have your older middle schoolers assist young children with writing in this community service and literacy lesson. Middle schoolers become partners with a local elementary school. They assist the grade school children in writing a pattern book using all the steps of the writing process.
Young learners examine different places in their neighborhood using informational texts. First they identify a place that they like to play and predict if it will be in the nonfiction book Community at Play.They will share their favorite place and their prediction with a partner before listening to the story. Several extension ideas are included including a dramatic play and oral story problems. 
Investigate the parts of a book and in particular, the pop-up, tab, wheel, and or accordion features that can be added to a book to move and enhance the storyline. This is a three lesson unit.
Students examine literature of emergent readers, categorize books into types of literature common for primary readers (wordless, pattern, alphabet, number, rhyme, etc.), and write a book about themselves to give as gifts to their new book buddies.
Students work in groups to examine emergent literature. In this literature lesson, students categorize books into types of literature and use the writing process to write a book about themselves.
In this parts of a book learning exercise, students read a paragraph and then examine a table of contents page. Students respond to 10 short answer questions regarding the information
Students create a class alphabet book. For this letter recognition lesson, students use line and color to draw an object whose name begins with a specific letter. Students use adjectives to create a sentence describing the object or animal. Students may use the resource, Plant and Animal Alphabet Coloring Book for inspiration.
In this wetlands worksheet, students follow directions on how to make an online a - z book about the wetlands. Students follow 5 sets of directions.
Students study the procedures for writing a fiction or nonfiction book or a magazine. They choose a topic they are interested in and then plan and write either a book or a magazine about that topic.
Second graders learn to identify the parts of a book. In this book parts lesson, 2nd graders learn the names of book parts by participating in a teacher led lesson in which they look at transparencies. They complete a worksheet in which they fill in the blanks using a non-fiction or textbook. They identify items such as the title, the copyright date, and the publisher.
Students in middle school help elementary students make pattern books. In this writing lesson, students brainstorm ways to help the children make patterns, write and edit their story and create the cover and illustrations. Students read the finished pattern books with the children and reflect on the experience.

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