I worked with this student 1 on 1 to discuss the book “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom”. He understood the idea of sequencing, but isn’t quite ready to write sentences yet. I told him he could illustrate what happened in the book and tell me about it when he was finished. Can you tell the letters are falling out of the bent tree…so cute!
Here are a few more examples of what the interactive pages will look like. Having these fun response sheets available will make your students pay more attention to these skills during their story as well as after.
Graphics organizers are a great way for students to compare and contrast story elements. These really make students dig deeper into the books. These graphics organizers were done in small group, but I think they’ll eventually be able to do them independently. This bundle includes graphic organizers for them to compare their books, compare books with a friend, compare characters, and compare settings.
After this boy illustrated his favorite character, I told him he needed to tell me who it was and why he liked that character. Since this character doesn’t have a name in the book, this boy decided to call him I Do Not Like Green Eggs and Ham. LOL!