These free counting mats can be downloaded in the printables section below. Available for free in the printables section below. Assign values in the "Amount of Money" column and have them complete the "Bills and Coins Needed" section.
Halloween Pocket Chart The predictable text in this pocket chart set will help your students learn concepts of print such as left to right directionality, return sweep, one-to-one correspondence, and more. Have students take turns weighing each object.
Since I introduced Text Structures at the beginning of the unit, I start by reminding them that Text Structure refers to how the information within a written text is organized.
Point out the picture cue Venn Diagram and ask students how it relates to the Text Literacy mini lesson plan. The beginning sounds activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.
Station 2 - Place several classroom objects and the scale at the station. Link to Ongoing Work: Halloween Mini Word Charts These printable word charts are available in both black and white and color in the Fall Literacy Packet available in the printables section below.
Halloween Word Cards The printable word cards can be used to expand vocabulary in a pocket chart or on a word wall; they are available in the Halloween Literacy Packet in the printables section below.
Two mats are included, one with a witch and one without. Use this book to reinforce concepts of print such as words are separated by spaces, left to right and top to bottom, written words match spoken words, common sight words, and more.
Model how to read the temperature on the thermometer. Halloween Read and Write around the Room Activity This fun read and write around the room activity is available in the Halloween Literacy Packet located in the printables section below.
Station 1 - Place several classroom objects and the ruler, tape measure, and yardstick at the station. During this portion of the mini-lesson, I give the students a task that they will focus on during Independent Reading time.
We have to be flexible with our preplanned teaching points. A plan for word work based on recent running records and lesson notes. Further Reading Routman, Regie. We can also spend quality time with each group rather than speeding through our guided reading groups to be able to say we got them done.
Once students watch authors Kate DiCamillo and Debra Frasier revise their own work through online videos, students develop a checklist to help them see what effective writers do to be able to create a well-developed piece of writing. Have them discuss their ideas. Point out the picture cue ladder and ask students how it relates to the Text Structure.
Students should follow along by displaying the times on their clocks and recording the information Chart 5 Daily Schedule. Explain that clocks are used tell time and to measure the passing of time.
Tell students that a thermometer will be placed outside and they will take turns reading the thermometer to find out the temperature every day. Because writers often need a concrete record of suggestions that come from such conversations, this lesson offers the alternative of written conversations.
Ask them why we use clocks and what clocks measure. Model how to use these tools by lining up the end of an object with the end of the tool and identifying the nearest inch as the length, width, or height.
As an extension students can go outside and find the length, width, and height of larger objects. Weekly-sales circulars Clock Judy Clocks, if possible Charts see below Procedures Display a ruler, yardstick, tape measure, and scale. A few words such as new vocabulary that students might not be able to figure out from the context of the story, words that might be new that you want students to take note of or any unusual words that students might not be able to figure out on their own.
They can find the perimeter of the playground, the length of the slide, or draw large boxes with sidewalk chalk and measure the length and width.
Scale, such as a bathroom scale Large, alcohol-based thermometer Classroom objects to be measured and weighed pencil, box, book, desk, etc.
Halloween Emergent Reader The predictable text in this book is designed to support your emergent readers. This is also when I could pull students for assessments, one-on-one reading, strategy groups, or guided reading groups. I ask them to recap the things that are different about each other and the things that are the same.
Distribute a weekly-sales circular to each pair. Regie Routman warns teachers not to "underestimate the power of talk on writing quality.Aug 13, · Often teachers attempt to deliver too much within a single mini-lesson. The concept of a mini-lesson is not Plan Problems into Narrative Pieces.
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