This helps students understand the steps needed to take when reading. This will help build reading comprehension if students continue to follow all steps. I would make this a daily practice routine and gradually allow students to direct their own learning after this process is modeled several times.
pirate trunk or treat ideas - Google Search "C is for COOKIES & CANDY, and COWBOYS & COWGIRLS" for the DCC Rodeo Team Trunk-or-Treat
Church trunk or treat: Candy land poster, cheap color tableclothes, car wash buckets, spray paint cardboard for squares and use for lollipops, cute ribbon or twine to tie around lollipops. Cellophane? Everybody bring candy! Everyone wear bright colors! Use silhouette to cut out letters? Iron on skeleton babies for preggo ladies :) who would be willing to volunteer to bring something?
"Disney's Mickey Mouse Inspired Outfit ~ Casual" by emilymorgan-2 on Polyvore
Anne of Green Gables series I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this!
A kid in Austin, Texas, became an Internet sensation when he wrote a letter to a local meteorologist. Flint sent a wonderfully imaginative note to KVUE-TV’s Albert Ramon, thanking the weatherman for visiting his fourth grade class. The note was mailed along with 30 other letters from kids in the same class.
The most insane letter ever written by a child to a TV weatherman.