Easy-to-Read Reproducible Mini-Books in English and Spanish That Build Vocabulary and Fluency-And Support the Social Studies and Science Topics You Teach
Author: Judy Nayer
Publisher: Teaching Resources
Give second language learners the support they need to boost comprehension skills, expand vocabulary, and learn important concepts about nonfiction topics such as neighborhood and community, families, transportation, animal homes, plants and seeds, weather, and more. The little books in this collection feature high frequency words, rhyming, repetition, predictability, and supportive illustrations that encourage young children to become successful, independent, and fluent readers. For use with Grades K-1.
Children will love putting together irresistible mini-books that celebrate special days, from national holidays to birthdays and much more. Each lively eight-page story contains simple language and delightful illustrations.
In this collection of engaging mini-lessons and companion reproducible pages, teacher Dave Leochko shares his favorite writing lessons—ones that have really helped his students become better writers. The classroom-tested lessons in this book take young writers through all the steps of the writing process, including getting an idea, revising a story, and conferencing with other writers, while also targeting specific skills, such as using punctuation correctly, varying sentence structure, making characters believable, and developing a plot. The reproducible pages feature activities that let students apply new skills, as well as writing tips and strategies they can collect and use a reference. For use with Grades 4-8.
Replace traditional reports with creative, ready-to-go alternatives including datadisks, lockbooks, interactive notebooks, storywheels, circlebooks, and 30 more classroom-tested ideas. These fabulous projects are designed to motivate even the most reluctant report writers!