5 edition of Wraps Reading: Grade 2 : Story Stew found in the catalog.
by Klutz Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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2 New from $ A fun educational tool, Wraps helps kids build basic reading skills through memorable matching exercises. Wrap the string around the deck to connect every item in the top row of each page with its match on the bottom row.
The color pictures, funny questions and hands-on wrapping action encourage learning and memorization.5/5(1). Wraps Reading: Grade 2: Story Stew: Matching for Really Smart 7 & 8 Year Olds by Klutz Press starting at $ Wraps Reading: Grade 2: Wraps Reading: Grade 2 : Story Stew book Stew: Matching for Really Smart 7 & 8 Year Olds has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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Wombat Stew by Marcia K Vaughan and Pamela Lofts. You can’t go past Wombat Stew to teach your students all about procedures. The perfect Aussie book, that features a dingo adding all sorts of Australian native flora and fauna to create some yummy wombat stew. On the th day of school I read the book The Wolf's Chicken Stew by Keiko Kasza.
After reading the book, I draw a picture of the fox and a stew pot and I have my class draw items of food in the pot. –Shari Lawson, Hampton, VA, First grade. In my first grade class we have a reading "Camp Out." Everyone brings sleeping bags, pillows, and.
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A straightforward ending is usually happy (but sometimes not) and wraps up all of the loose ends. An implied ending leaves questions open to interpretation. The reader gets.
Silly Summer Story Stew. Get students talking while your class brews up a silly story together. Bring in a bag of assorted objects, like old electronic devices, school supplies, stuffed animals, and silly hats, being sure that there is at least one object for each student.
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Picture books are often the first steps into reading for our children. As we read stories our children ‘read’ the pictures. The illustrations in Wombat Stew are an essential part of the story. We examine the pictures, illustrator’s style and try out some art.
A book a week: Wombat Stew by M the book daily for a week and complete an activity a day - oh so simple!Activities include;1. Pre-Reading Words – a list of story words Sequencing – students cut and sequence story events Match-up/Sequencing4. Multiple Choice. Direct students to put together some good lists – a list of more books by the same author, a list of more books of this genre, a list of more books with a similar theme, and a list of more books with a main character who has similar character traits.
After Finishing the Novel. These ideas are for after the class has finished reading the story. It's Your Turn Allow students time to rehearse telling their story. Project Wrap-up ( Days) Give students time to finish up any outstanding activities.
Use this time to schedule a storytelling performance day. Assess students' proficiency with the storytelling activity by consulting the activity rubric (see assessment and evaluation). The Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) is an individually administered assessment of a child’s reading capabilities.
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I stopped reading the story before the monster turns into a mouse, and sent the students off to draw what they visualized. Later I reread the story and showed the pictures, and it was so cute to hear the bunnies compare their drawing to the illustrations.
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After reading Stone Soup, it would be a lot of fun to have your students perform the story with a reader’s theater production. eReader’s Theater is a great resource for reader's theater scripts as well as extension ideas, costumes, and more.
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