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Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special". Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

The kids liked this game! They each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence:)

Use paper plates as a Venn diagram. Could use to compare two characters in a story, two different math concepts, or two different locations in Social Studies!

Ook weer een invuloefeningen voor de zinsbouw/verhaalopbouw; vul de spreekwolkjes in bij de afbeeldingen!

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Learn French Online with Rocket French

Groupes de verbes en et ir et re Visit http://www.frenchlessonsbrisbane.com.au/french-lessons-for-adults to learn more about French course options from French Lessons Brisbane

Making predictions in a story is such an important element of imagination and comprehension for a student. I have seen this in my internship where students will give ideas in a large group reading what they will believe will happen in the story. I have also implemented more predictions in literacy by doing a picture walk with the students.

Reading Foldable- a summary of the story character traits for two characters (with supporting evidence) setting (both place and time - inferred from the story) a reflection based on the question, "How did the main character's feelings change throughout the story?" (they also had to include supporting evidence from the text).

25 Language Arts Graphic Organizers for You and Your Kids- Includes quite a few story maps and story element pages (helpful for following along with read alouds).

Reading Roadmaps - booklists by grade level; available for ALL grades K-12! Check out the "Curriculum guide" link on the left of the page for a list of short books (picture books mostly) that are great for teaching different elements (conflict & plot, characters, setting, theme) by providing repetition within each story.

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Story Hat Map for March 2nd

Dr Seuss: Corkboard Connections: Story Hat Map - Two fun variations of a plot map graphic organizer - not just for the little ones!