A Pocket for Corduroy
First graders read the story of "Corduroy." They discuss what happened to Corduroy. Students write their own notice for their lost bear. Students make their own bear and decorate it.
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A Pocket For Corduroy by Don Freeman
Students read the book A Pocket For Corduroy and make predictions, make a paper bag teddy bear, write in their journals, and more. In this reading lesson plan, students also make a list of rules to follow for reading and demonstrate...
K - 2nd English Language Arts
Improving Elementary Reading Literacy
Students enhance their literary skills through phonemic awareness. In this reading development instructional activity, students read several storybooks and analyze the phonetics, vocabulary, and overall story. The students then rewrite...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts
Introduce Vocabulary: A Pocket for Corduroy (Freeman)
Who doesn't love this book? A Pocket for Corduroy provides excellent vocabulary practice in context for budding readers (although this strategy could be used with any text). Before reading it aloud, go over the new terms: affectionate,...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
A Journal For Corduroy: Responding to Literature
First graders listen to a story and respond orally and in writing to questions the teacher asks about the Corduroy books. They develop an adventure story using the Corduroy character. They then review other books by the same author and...
1st English Language Arts
Learning Names of Articles of Clothing
What to wear today; such a vexing question. Spend some time introducing the names, fabrics, types, colors, and functions of various articles of clothing to your class. Each child will take turns asking each other what they are wearing....
K - 6th English Language Arts