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Flotsam guided reading activities

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These activities are suited to KS2 for guided reading sessions or for use in English lessons to show response to the text. 4 different worksheets with boxes for ‘wonder’, ‘observe’ and ‘infer’ (the 4 images are different ones from the book) Wonder- Children write questions that come to mind when they look at the image Observe - What can they see - be specific, expand your ideas, explain clearly Infer- Children make inferences using clues from the image 1 worksheet comparing an image of a child from the past with the boy in the story. Encouraging children’s use of inference and also to encourage them to explore the differences between the characters. I will be uploading planning and resources for my entire Flotsam unit shortly. Check out my other resources.
Guided Reading Activities Year 1Quick View
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Guided Reading Activities Year 1

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Independent reading activities. Over 120 pages of guided reading activities to save you time and stress! Suitable for children aged 5-6 years old. Year 1 UK. These updated reading activities are designed for children to be able to complete independently, as part of a guided reading carousel or even as homework. I have put together over 120 pages of activities that children can do independently whilst still improving their reading skills and their understanding of books and stories. There is a variety of activities starting with very simple phonics activities for lower abilities. The activities get more advanced for use throughout the school year. Some of the activities are also linked to the year 1 curriculum eg the lifecycle of a sunflower, seasons and keeping healthy. All aspects of the year 1 reading National Curriculum covered.Also perfect for lower ability children in year 2 and up. Included in this product: reading journal book cover year 1 national curriculum statements for assessment guided reading timetable 35 reading comprehensions initial sounds cut and stick b or d cut and stick m or n cut and stick c or k cut and stick missing letters draw the word x 3 2 syllable words draw the caption x 3 mixed up sentences x 6 draw the book cover x 2 draw the characters x 2 draw your favourite part x 2 draw the ending x 2 write the tricky words x 2 find the digraph x 2 write the noun x 2 design a new front cover find the nouns/weather words/plant words reading questions all about the book book review x 2 read and colour x 3 read and draw x 3 describe the setting x 2 draw and describe the character x 2 draw the character x 4 draw the setting x 4 where is cat? inference questions x 4 sunflower life cycle make a foldable book label a snail make a wanted poster decode words x 4 word endings x 2 missing words syllables x 2 sequence story x 2 contractions what happens next?
The Ruby in the Smoke - Reading GuideQuick View
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The Ruby in the Smoke - Reading Guide

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A chapter by chapter summary, clear and concise. Includes comprehension style questions for every chapter. Ideal for the busy teacher as a recap of the novel and the questions could be your starters/plenaries.
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Guided Reading Activities Year 2

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100 independent reading activities suitable for 6-7 year olds. Save yourself time and stress with this with these no prep reading printables - enough to last you the whole year. These reading activities are designed for children to be able to complete independently, as part of a guided reading carousel, as an independent activity whilst the class teacher is reading with a group or even as homework. This product includes 100 pages of activities that children can do independently whilst still improving their reading skills and their understanding of books and stories. There is a variety of activities including word work, spellings, grammar, cut and paste, word searches, as well as 42 reading comprehensions. Plenty of variety to keep children engaged, as well as covering plenty of different skills. Simply print and go, no prep required. Print the whole product at the beginning of the year and you will always have reading activities to hand. Some of the activities are also linked to the year 2 curriculum eg the lifecycle of a frog, materials, plants, recycling, historical figures. Perfest to use them alongside your topic work. Many aspects of the year 2 reading National Curriculum covered. Also perfect for lower ability children in year 3 and up. Also includes a reading journal cover and a tick list of National Curriculum reading standards for assessment. This will help you keep on track with assessing children’s reading skills. Product Includes: 42 Reading Comprehensions plus My Reading Journal front cover National Curriculum Reading Standards Tick List for Year 2 Find the plant words Find the materials words Prefix Re Suffix -less and -est Build compound words Alphabetical order x 2 Describe dog and cupcake Add Adjectives le at the end of a word - cut and paste activity el at the end of a word - cut and paste dge making the j sound - cut and paste dge making the j sound - drawing activity r spelt wr - drawing j/g - cut and paste c making the s sound - cut and paste al at the end of a word - word search ge at the end of a word - word search n sound spelt with gn/kn - dice game n spelt with gn/kn - cut and paste I can read ing words - cut and paste contractions x 2 recycle materials - cut and paste materials 2-4 syllables sort - cut and paste word sort 2-4 syllables - cut and paste Ordering how to make a pizza - cut and paste Ordering how to make breakfast - cut and paste Little Red Riding Hood ordering sentences - cut and paste Draw fairy tale characters Goldilocks ordering pictures - cut and paste Jack And The Beanstalk ordering pictures - cut and paste 3 Little Pigs ordering pictures - cut and paste Draw a front cover Design a front cover Draw the best part of a story Draw and label characters Review your favourite book All about the book Book review Read and draw x 2 I can make inferences x 3 Make a healthy me poster Make a camping poster Word of the day Write a book quiz Draw the characters Contents page
Romans on the Rampage - guided reading planningQuick View
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Romans on the Rampage - guided reading planning

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Whole class guided reading planning for Romans on the Rampage by Jeremy Strong. There are 6 weeks worths of planning. All lessons have 1 PowerPoint and 1 worksheet. This guided reading planning uses ‘Reading Vipers’ for each lesson. Each week focuses on 1 reading viper. This was taught in Year 3 but could easily be adapted for Year 4.
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Guided Reading - World War One

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2018 marks the centenary of the end of the First World War. This remarkable set of TEN guided reading activities uncovers the horror, humanity and humour of life in the Great War. Each activity focuses on a different part of the war, such as life in the trenches; the Christmas Truce and the assasination of Franz Ferdinand. Also, find out about the fascinating story of the British soldier who spared the life of a young Adolf Hitler. These guided reading activities, aimed at children aged 10-13 years old, test children’s retrieval, inference and deduction skills. They will also promote lively and engaging classroom discussion as children explore these stories for themselves. Each activity has questions and answers, with an indication of how many marks are on offer at the end of each question. This is particularly helpful for children preparing for reading tests and exams, encouraging them to give fuller answers where required.
Pig Heart Boy - Whole class guided ReadingQuick View
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Pig Heart Boy - Whole class guided Reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Domains 2b and 2d are weighted more in these comprehensions to match the weighting of the end of KS2 Reading Comprehension assessment. Included: • SATs style comprehension questions for the first sixteen chapters of the novel. • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. Please view the sample pages for an idea of the questions and expectations. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores. Please let me know if you found this resource useful. It should save you hours and hours of time.
Stone Age Boy Guided Reading unitQuick View
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Stone Age Boy Guided Reading unit

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5 lesson sequence for the book ‘Stone Age Boy’. We use Vipers for whole class guided reading so the theme of each lesson links to these. Each lesson contains a PowerPoint, a worksheet for books and some sentence stems for lower ability children.
Kaspar Prince of Cats - Whole class guided ReadingQuick View
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Kaspar Prince of Cats - Whole class guided Reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Domains 2b and 2d are weighted more in these comprehensions to match the weighting of the end of KS2 Reading Comprehension assessment. Included: • SATs style comprehension questions for every chapter of the novel (20 comprehensions in total) • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. Additional activities you can use to delve deeper into the text. Please view the sample pages for an idea of the questions and expectations. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores. Please let me know if you found this resource useful. It should save you hours and hours of time.
Song of the Dolphin Boy by Elizabeth Laird - Guided ReadingQuick View
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Song of the Dolphin Boy by Elizabeth Laird - Guided Reading

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This is a fantastic whole book planned guided reading unit based on the book Song of the Dolphin by Elizabeth Laird. The story is based in a Scottish seaside town where a young boy discovers how plastic and balloons is endangering local dolphins. The story also has a mystery as his mother disappeared and is rumoured to be a selkie. The main character and his friends have to find a way to convince a local supermarket to not release thousands of balloons to save the local wildlife. I have included a variety of different guided reading formats to focus on word choices, retrieve key informing and summarising aspects of the text. The questions are designed to easily fit English books as I have adjusted the margins so they fit. I hope your class enjoys this book as much as mine have always done.
Cosmic - Whole class guided readingQuick View
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Cosmic - Whole class guided reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Included: • Comprehension questions for the first twelve chapters of the book. • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores.
The Flower by John Light Guided ReadingQuick View
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The Flower by John Light Guided Reading

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This is for using the strategy for whole class guided reading, explained here: https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/2017/11/10/guided-reading/ This is to go alongside the book The Flower by John Light. The book has a list of vocabulary with an attached powerpoint; a section retell; guided reading questions and answers and two extension activities. It was aimed at my higher Year 2 children. It covers the following National Curriculum learning objectives: -develop pleasure in reading, motivation to read, vocabulary and understanding by: listening to, discussing and expressing views about a wide range of contemporary and classic poetry, stories and non-fiction at a level beyond that at which they can read independently -becoming increasingly familiar with and retelling a wider range of stories, fairy stories and traditional tales -drawing on what they already know or on background information and vocabulary provided by the teacher -making inferences on the basis of what is being said and done -answering and asking questions -predicting what might happen on the basis of what has been read so far -using dictionaries to check the meaning of words that they have read -checking that the text makes sense to them, discussing their understanding, and explaining the meaning of words in context
"Wonder" Guided Reading Questions KS2Quick View
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"Wonder" Guided Reading Questions KS2

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Guided reading questions for every Chapter of Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Questions written in KS2 SATs style. Each question is tagged as V I P E R S to show the skill required (Vocabulary, Inference, Predict, Explain/Evaluate, Retrieval, Summarise). There are 5 or 6 questions per Chapter. Ideal for Year 5 and 6 and as SATs preparation. Could also be used Year 7.
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Guided Reading

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Prompt cards with some questions that could be asked for both familiar and unfamiliar reading.
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Guided Reading

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Designed with Year one objectives, I use it for easier planning and less paper. I find it ideal for doing about 2 sessions on one book where I can identify different objectives for each session and see the notes from previous when we return to the material.