Friday, March 20, 2020

Interactive Slide Presentation for Reading, Writing and Working with Words about Fish!

This resource takes a child through a day reading, writing and then working with words about FISH. 
It was created to support you as you support your students at home!!
The resource begins with a Morning Message which includes: date, weather out the window, It's a good day to _____, and I feel. There is a magic number as well to get students warmed up, settled and ready to read and write.
To begin the lesson there is a KWL activity for students to complete.
These are followed by three pages of informational text for students to read.
Next is a mini lesson on using informational text to gather facts and write an informational piece to share with others.
This is followed by a mini lesson on Making Words using the letters in VERTEBRATE.
The resource ends with students reading a story problem about fish and solving it as well as them writing their own story problem.

To use this resource the teacher only has to download the presentation and share with students in google classroom or another venue used for supporting your students at home. This presentation was created in Power Point but was designed to easily download in Google.
NOTE: Each slide has audio instructions that students can listen to. These can easily be removed by clicking on the sound link if you are in PP. You can then insert your own voice and directions by using the sound microphone on the PPSlide Presentation. Be sure and save again after you have done this. What fun your class will have listening to your voice. When the slides are downloaded in Google there will be no sound. But if in Google Classroom there is a link for you to use so you will have Audio. All is explained in the packet.

Students will need a journal at home or some sort of paper for their interactive work.
They will also need supplies such as scissors, crayons, pencils and sticky notes.
To enhance this study see the complete resource.

Delightful Video
My favorite literature and you can find readings online for each of them.

And don't forget Brain Pop.  It is FREE right now and so valuable to inform and provide students with fun filled experiences.  This episode is on FISH.


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