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In this shop you will find reading comprehension resources for picture books.
The Koala Who Could Retelling, Sequencing & Summarizing Activities
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The Koala Who Could Retelling, Sequencing & Summarizing Activities

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Your students will love digging deeper into The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright while developing their retelling, sequencing and summarizing skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their level and you can assess their understanding. The retelling activities involve identifying essential parts of the story in order, including characters, setting, and the problem and solution. The sequencing activities help your students break down events in The Koala Who Could into simple steps in a specific order. The summarizing activities involve determining key text and dismissing irrelevant information. These three reading strategies help your students understand the characters, setting, plot events and problem and solution. The benefits of retelling, sequencing, and summarizing include: Increased understanding of the book improves prediction and inference skills Developing descriptive vocabulary, thinking skills, and visualization techniques. Organizing ideas when writing independently. Understanding text structure. Improving memory for what has been read. This resource was also created so your students can reflect that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **The Koala Who Could here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation, but they will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
I Want My Hat Back Retelling, Sequencing & Summarizing Activities
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I Want My Hat Back Retelling, Sequencing & Summarizing Activities

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Your students will love digging deeper into I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen while developing their retelling, sequencing and summarizing skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. The retelling activities involve identifying essential parts of the story in order, including characters, setting, and the problem and solution. The sequencing activities help your students break down events in I Want My Hat Back into simple steps in a specific order. The summarizing activities involve determining key text and dismissing irrelevant information. These three reading strategies help your students understand the characters, setting, plot events and the problem and solution. The benefits of retelling, sequencing, and summarizing include: Increased understanding of the book improves prediction and inference skills Developing descriptive vocabulary, thinking skills, and visualization techniques. Organizing ideas when writing independently. Understanding text structure. Improving memory for what has been read. This resource was also created so your students can reflect on lying and stealing are wrong and have consequences and assumptions can be dangerous. Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: readers and writers workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the full book companion for **I Want My Hat Back here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
IB Learner Profile Inquirer Activities and Graphic Organizers
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IB Learner Profile Inquirer Activities and Graphic Organizers

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Support your student’s understanding of the IB learner profile inquirer with these activities and graphic organizers. These inquirer activities were created so your students can reflect on what being an inquirer means and determine if a book character or themselves are inquirers. **Here’s What You’ll Get ** There are three different categories of activities that focus on the IB Learner Profile attribute inquirer: INQUIRER Characters: These activities focus on the actions and behavior of characters in inquiry-related books I am an INQUIRER: These activities help your students think about their own inquiry skills and attitude. INQUIRER Actions: These activities focus on the inquiry skills of your students or book characters. You will also find 20 recommended inquirer picture books. This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES These resources are supplemental products. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright ©Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product."
Voices in the Park Inference & Prediction Activities
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Voices in the Park Inference & Prediction Activities

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Your students will love digging deeper into Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne while developing their inference and prediction skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. The inference activities support the skill of reading between the lines by analyzing what is not directly said by the author. Your students can use their own experiences and knowledge along with the text and illustrations from the book. They will also identify clues and evidence and use their knowledge to form valid predictions. This involves thinking ahead before revising their initial ideas. The activities for both inference and prediction involve your students: using facts reasoning using illustrations rereading drawing conclusions asking questions recalling information Voices in the Park activities were also created so your students can reflect that people see the world in different ways and have their own points of view of the same events. Prep is quick and easy… Print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book!   These resources are perfect to use for: readers and writers workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **Voices in the Park here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Meesha Makes Friends Activities and Book Companion KS 1 & 2
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Meesha Makes Friends Activities and Book Companion KS 1 & 2

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for Meesha Makes Friends by Tom Percival! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than ten comprehension skills perfect for centres, assessments or sub-planning.   Your students will love digging deeper into Meesha Makes Friends while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding.   The Meesha Makes Friends activities were also created so your students can reflect on how finding common ground helps them make new friends. This is reinforced further by Meesha Makes Friends read-aloud discussion questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book. Here’s what you’ll get: Asking Questions Author’s Purpose Cause and effect, including games related to the cause and effect in the book. Character traits and analysis, including anchor chart labels. Discussion questions as a list or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting, including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-related vocabulary activities Wring prompts Book-themed writing paper   Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book!   These resources are perfect to use for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation, but they will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden.
The Koala Who Could Activities and Graphic Organizers Book Companion KS1 & 2
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The Koala Who Could Activities and Graphic Organizers Book Companion KS1 & 2

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for **The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than 10 different comprehension skills perfect for centres, assessments or sub-planning. Your students will love digging deeper into The Koala Who Could book while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. This resource was also created so your students can reflect on that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. This is reinforced further by The Koala Who Could read-aloud discussion questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book. Here’s what you’ll get (find the contents page in the preview!): Asking Questions Author’s Purpose Cause and effect, including games related to the cause and effect in the book. Character traits and analysis, including anchor chart labels. Discussion questions as a list or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting; including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-related vocabulary activities Wring prompts Book-themed writing paper Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! These resources are perfect to use for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Voices in the Park Character Traits Activities
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Voices in the Park Character Traits Activities

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Develop deeper into the characters in Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne. The activities in this pack are fun, engaging and differentiated. The activities are designed for students to delve deeper into Voices in the Park while analyzing how characters affect the story. Some activities have images and text related to the book, while others are blank for you to use as you wish. The activities are differentiated so students can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. Completing the character activities for Voices in the Park will help your students develop their reading comprehension skills, including: Using text and illustrations to explore feelings, actions, words and thoughts Analyzing how characters are influenced by events and relationships Identifying the change in a character Recognizing the difference between character traits, internal traits and emotions Voices in the Park activities were also created so your students can reflect that people see the world in different ways and have their own points of view of the same events. Prep is quick and easy… Print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: readers and writers workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **Voices in the Park here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product."
The Koala Who Could Growth Mindset Activities and Graphic Organizers
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The Koala Who Could Growth Mindset Activities and Graphic Organizers

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Completing the growth mindset activities for The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright will help your students develop their reading comprehension skills and think about: Adaptability and inquiry by overcoming obstacles and/or fear Commitment and confidence by learning from mistakes and failure Curiosity by understanding the power of YET Enthusiasm and motivation by aiming for improvement, not perfection Achieving educational and personal goals The activities were designed for your students to delve deeper into The Koala Who Could while making connections to their own mindset. The activities were also created so your students can reflect that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. This resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **The Koala Who Could here**★ NOTES This resource is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
The Widow's Broom Activities - Reading Comprehension Activities
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The Widow's Broom Activities - Reading Comprehension Activities

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Are you looking for an engaging way to teach reading comprehension strategies? Look no further! Help your students strengthen their comprehension skills while digging deeper into The Widow’s Broom by Chris Van Allsburg with this comprehensive set of reading comprehension activities. The Widow’s Broom literacy activities are fun, easy to use, differentiated, and specifically connected to the book through imagery and quotes. The worksheets are open-ended, so your students can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. The Widow’s Broom promotes classroom studies on the fear of the unknown, intolerance, and standing up against ungrounded biases. These themes are reinforced further with The Widow’s Broom read-aloud questions for you to use before, during, and after reading the book Find everything you need in one time-saving literacy resource for The Widow’s Broom by Chris Van Allsburg. Prep is quick and easy. Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! Your students will love practicing comprehension skills in engaging ways, engaging in active and meaningful discussions working on challenging but achievable activities suitable for different abilities making connections with their own experiences playing cut-and-stick activities and games
IB Learner Profile Activities Bundle
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IB Learner Profile Activities Bundle

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These activities and graphic organizers support your student’s understanding of the IB learner profile. The resources will help your students reflect on each learner profile trait and its meaning and determine if a book character or themselves demonstrates learner profile attributes. This bundle includes activities for each learner profile and recommended picture books. The resources and graphic organizers are no-prep, fun and engaging. **In the IB Learner Profile Bundle, you will get: ** In each pack, you will find the same three categories of activities, focusing on each of the IB Learner Profile attributes. [TRAIT] Characters: Focus on the actions and behavior of characters in related books. I am a [TRAIT]: Help your students reflect on how they demonstrate the characteristics of each trait. [TRAIT] Actions: Focus on how book characters and your students show the attributes of each trait. Your students will love digging deeper into the learner profile while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their own level and speed. The resources are ideal for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centers substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES These resources are supplemental products. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities are open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID… Mary Anne K. says “I used this resource with picture books to introduce my students to the IB learner traits. I will be using the graphics throughout the year. This is NOT a once and done resource. I will return to this throughout the school year to continue to use various organizers with different characters in novels and shout stories. This is one resource that is worth the money!” “I love the book list and all the different available activities/questions. Even when we are on the same profile, there are so many options to choose from to mix it up. Highly recommend, and this should be part of the curriculum in EVERY school. Thank you so much!” -Nicole B. “Awesome resource! I love the included book list and qualities of a learner for my reference, and also the extensive variety of options I can use this with every grade level that I teach! Thank you for all of the work you put into this!” -Allison F. “Thank you for this resource. Im new to IB and this has helped me in creating different lessons to introduce our monthly learner profile to my students. I will continue to use this resource throughout the school year.” -Meghan M. “This is an excellent resource for working on language skills while incorporating the learner profiles.” -Shannon G. “Awesome resource! Very complete. It saved me so much time!” -Dual Immersion Teacher Copyright ©Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Voices in the Park Retelling & Sequencing Activities
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Voices in the Park Retelling & Sequencing Activities

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Your students will love digging deeper into** Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne** while developing their retelling, sequencing and summarizing skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding.   The retelling activities involve identifying essential parts of the story in order, including characters, setting, and the problem and solution. The sequencing activities help your students break down events in Voices in the Park into simple steps in a specific order. The summarizing activities involve determining key text and dismissing irrelevant information. These three reading strategies help your students understand the characters, setting, plot events and the problem and solution. The benefits of retelling, sequencing, and summarizing include: Increased understanding of the book improves prediction and inference skills Developing descriptive vocabulary, thinking skills, and visualization techniques. Organizing ideas when writing independently. Understanding text structure. Improving memory for what has been read. Voices in the Park activities were also created so your students can reflect that people see the world in different ways and have their own points of view of the same events. Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: readers and writers workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **Voices in the Park here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
The Koala Who Could Character Traits Activities and Graphic Organizers
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The Koala Who Could Character Traits Activities and Graphic Organizers

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Develop deeper into the characters in The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright. The graphic organizers in this pack are fun, engaging and differentiated. The activities are designed for students to delve deeper into The Koala Who Could while analyzing how characters affect the story. Some activities have images and text related to the book, while others are blank for you to use as you wish. The activities are differentiated so students can work at their level, and you can assess their understanding. Completing the character activities for The Koala Who Could help your students develop their reading comprehension skills, including: Using text and illustrations to explore feelings, actions, words and thoughts Analyzing how characters are influenced by events and relationships Identifying the change in a character Recognizing the difference between character traits, internal traits and emotions This resource was also created so your students can reflect that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. Prep is quick and easy… Print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **The Koala Who Could here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation, but they will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
The Koala Who Could Inference and Prediction Activities and Graphic Organizers
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The Koala Who Could Inference and Prediction Activities and Graphic Organizers

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Your students will love digging deeper into The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright while developing their inference and prediction skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their level and you can assess their understanding. The inference activities support the skill of reading between the lines by analyzing what is not directly said by the author. Your students can use their own experiences and knowledge along with the text and illustrations from the book. They will also identify clues and evidence and use their knowledge to form valid predictions. This involves thinking ahead before revising their initial ideas. The activities for both inference and prediction involve your students: using facts reasoning using illustrations rereading drawing conclusions asking questions recalling information This resource was also created so your students can reflect that it can be difficult to admit your fears and anxieties, but change can bring new and wonderful experiences. Prep is quick and easy… Print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! These resources are perfect to use for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work ★Explore the complete book companion for **The Koala Who Could here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but they will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Sofia Valdez, Future Prez Read Aloud and Discussion Questions
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Sofia Valdez, Future Prez Read Aloud and Discussion Questions

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Help your students delve deeper into Sofia Valdez, Future Prez by Andrea Beaty with this pack of over 100 comprehension questions The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. The questions reinforce your student’s understanding of Sofia Valdez, Future Prez and respond to the book by making connections, making plausible predictions and formulating new questions. They will analyze the characters, determine their point of view, analyze the problem and solution, and much more! You will find questions to use before, during and after reading Sofia Valdez, Future Prez. The questions also help your students reflect on how taking action can lead to positive changes and positive changes happen when a community comes together. Prep is quick and easy… all you need to prepare is the book! ★Explore the full book companion for **Sofia Valdez, Future Prez here**★ NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most appropriate questions for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
I Want My Hat Back Activities and Graphic Organisers Book Companion EYFS
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I Want My Hat Back Activities and Graphic Organisers Book Companion EYFS

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than 10 different comprehension skills perfect for centres, assessments or sub-planning. Your students will love digging deeper into I Want My Hat Back while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. These activities were also created so your students can reflect on: Lying and stealing are wrong. There are consequences for lying and stealing. Assumptions can be dangerous Here’s what you’ll get (find the contents page in the preview!): Asking Questions Cause and effect Character traits and analysis Discussion questions as a list or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting; including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-themed writing paper More about the graphic organizers Limited text to keep the design simple and clear. The pages with more text are for higher-ability students to work more independently. The boxes on many pages can be used for illustrations or writing, depending on your needs. Some pages have book-related text and images (e.g., cause & effect). There are also blank versions for you or students to fill in. Prep is quick and easy… Print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers Activities and Book Companion
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Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers Activities and Book Companion

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than ten comprehension skills perfect for centres, assessments or sub-planning.   Your students will love digging deeper into the Lost and Found book while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding.   The Lost and Found activities were also created so your students can reflect on appreciating what is right in front of them and looking out for others. This is reinforced further by Lost and Found read-aloud discussion questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book. Here’s what you’ll get Asking Questions Author’s Purpose Cause and effect, including games related to the cause and effect in the book. Character traits and analysis, including anchor chart labels. Discussion questions as a list or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting, including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-related vocabulary activities Wring prompts Book-themed writing paper   Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book!   These resources are perfect to use for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation, but they will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID… Miss Saunders says, “Amazing resource!” Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Stick Man Activities - Reading Comprehension - Christmas Activities
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Stick Man Activities - Reading Comprehension - Christmas Activities

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Are you looking for an engaging way to teach reading comprehension strategies? Look no further! Help your students strengthen their comprehension skills while digging deeper into Stick Man by Julia Donaldson with this comprehensive set of activities. The Stick Man literacy activities are fun, easy to use, differentiated, and specifically connected to the book through imagery and quotes. The worksheets are open-ended, so your students can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. Stick Man promotes overcoming challenges with perseverance and resilience and being helpful to others despite your own difficulties. These themes are reinforced further with Stick Man read-aloud questions for you to use before, during, and after reading the book. Find everything you need in one time-saving literacy resource for Stick Man by Julia Donaldson. Prep is quick and easy. Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! Your students will love practicing comprehension skills in engaging ways, engaging in active and meaningful discussions working on challenging but achievable activities suitable for different abilities making connections with their own experiences playing cut-and-stick activities and games SKILLS & FEATURES This Stick Man literacy resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering different comprehension skills. Activities and games related to the cause and effect in Stick Man. Activities explore the character traits in Stick Man, along with anchor chart labels. The read-aloud questions come as a list and sticky note templates. The Stick Man questions include inference, prediction, making connections, point of view, character traits, and much more! Stick Man inferring and predicting activities. Main idea and theme with specific examples related to Stick Man. Making connections to the themes and actions in Stick Man, including text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world. Point of view activities related to the characters, author, and narrator of Stick Man. Stick Man retelling and sequencing activities with text and visual images, including black and white and colored versions.
Sofia Valdez, Future Prez Activities and Graphic Organisers Book Companion KS1 & 2
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Sofia Valdez, Future Prez Activities and Graphic Organisers Book Companion KS1 & 2

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than 10 different comprehension skills perfect for centers, assessments or sub-planning. Your students will love digging deeper into I Want My Hat Back book while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended, so they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. I Want My Hat Back activities were also created so your students can reflect on how taking action can lead to positive changes and positive changes happen when a community comes together. This is reinforced further by I Want My Hat Back read-aloud discussion questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book. Here’s what you’ll get (find the contents page in the preview!): Asking Questions Author’s Purpose Cause and effect Character traits and analysis, including anchor chart labels. Discussion questions as a list, sticky notes or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting; including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-related vocabulary activities Writing prompts Book-themed writing paper Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! These resources are perfect to use for: readers and writers workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
Giraffes Can't Dance Activities and Book Companion
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Giraffes Can't Dance Activities and Book Companion

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Make teaching reading skills fun with these engaging and differentiated activities for Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae! This resource includes NO-PREP graphic organizers covering more than ten different comprehension skills perfect for centres, assessments or sub-planning. Your students will love digging deeper into Giraffes Can’t Dance while developing their comprehension skills. The activities are open-ended so that they can work at their own level, and you can assess their understanding. The Giraffes Can’t Dance activities help your students reflect that it’s okay to do things your way and how a growth mindset helps you accomplish something that initially seems impossible. This is reinforced further by Giraffes Can’t Dance read-aloud discussion questions for you to use before, during and after reading the book. Here’s what you’ll get: Asking Questions Author’s Purpose Cause and effect, including games related to the cause and effect in the book. Character traits and analysis, including anchor chart labels. Discussion questions as a list or individual cards. Compare & Contrast; including Venn diagrams Inferring and Predicting; including specific book-related scenarios. Main Idea and Theme; including examples for the book Making Connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world) Point of View of characters, author and narrator Problem and Solution Retelling & Sequencing; including visual images Summarizing Book-related vocabulary activities Wring prompts Book-themed writing paper Prep is quick and easy… Just print the student pages you need, and you are ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons! All you need to prepare is the book! These resources are perfect to use for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES This book companion is a supplemental product. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The purple text on the ‘Teacher Notes’ pages is specific to the book. These ideas are my interpretation but will give you a head start. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID… Elizabeth S., says “Thank you for this great resource! I loved coming back from winter break and using the Growth Mindset portion of this unit.” Michelle V., says “This is perfect! I found it really good for doing retells.” Copyright © Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single-classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.
IB Learner Profile Communicator Activities and Graphic Organizers
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IB Learner Profile Communicator Activities and Graphic Organizers

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Support your student’s understanding of the IB learner profile communicator with these activities and graphic organizers. These communicator activities were created so your students can reflect on what being an effective communicators. means and determine if a book character or themselves are effective communicators. Here’s What You’ll Get There are three different categories of activities that focus on the IB Learner Profile attribute communicators: COMMUNICATOR Characters: These activities focus on the actions and behavior of characters in communicator-related books I am a COMMUNICATOR: These activities help your students think about their own communication skills and behavior. COMMUNICATOR Actions: These activities focus on the communication skills of your students or book characters. You will also find 20 recommended communicators picture books. This literacy resource is made for elementary and primary-age students. You can use the activities for: reading and writing workshops guiding reading literacy centres substitute plans small group instruction independent work NOTES These resources are supplemental products. You can choose the most relevant pages for your needs and the ability and understanding of your students. The questions and activities are opinion based, so there are NO answer keys. The activities were designed to be open-ended for easy differentiation. Please ask any questions before purchasing. Copyright ©Children’s Library Lady This product is for individual single classroom use only. Copying, altering, redistributing, editing, or re-selling anything from this product is strictly forbidden. Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.