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In this reading worksheet, students read a poem called "The Wind." Students underline the rhyming words and write them on the next page. Students also color in two illustrations of the poem.
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The Contest Between the Sun and the Wind
Students listen to the story The Contest between the Sun and the Wind. In this Sun and Wind story students answer comprehension questions and retell the story through role playing with character puppets. Students create paper plate...
Pre-K English Language Arts
Introduce vocabulary: Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse (Lionni)
Provide access to new vocabulary words (envy and mysteriously) in context as emerging readers listen to Leo Lionni's Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse. Explain these terms before reading the story aloud and help kids utilize context clues...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
A Letter to Amy Teaching Plan
Peter wants to send a special birthday party invitation to Amy, but a lot can happen between the front door and the mail box. Read the children's book A Letter to Amy by Ezra Jack Keats with your class to find out what happens, extending...
Pre-K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable