Once everyone has finished drawing their sentences, everyone folds the top part of the paper over so it covers the first sentence, but not the picture. It was obvious from our conversation that these pictures needed to be exciting and engaging, so I used compfight to find a set of pictures which I hoped would genuinely engage him and the rest of my reluctant writers.
For example, Bob, given the above picture, might write this sentence underneath: Students will take turns reading or finding the picture until all matches have been made. This activity can be done whole group, small group, at centers or even independently!
The dog chased the carefree butterflies to the end of the rainbow. Everyone starts by writing a sentence at the top of his or her paper. Students will do this so they can put the sentences in order.
Then you can go around the circle one by one as everyone reads a paper out loud, or you can just pass them around so everyone can see the drawings clearly.
Once all sentences have been read and matched, students will re-read them fluently together. Then everyone illustrates the sentence give to them with a small picture right underneath the sentence.
Then, their partner will find the picture that corresponds with the words. And then play another round! Once I teach this game two times at the beginning of the year, students always know what to do! Sequence is almost completely correct the order of events should be mostly spot on.
Once they read the sentence, they help someone else read the sentence for themselves and then guide them to finding the picture. If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gumdrops, oh what a world it would be!
Template and manipulatives that will allow kids to build their own picture scene in a unique "picture maker" window. We still have a lot of work to do, but they are really starting to try to improve their writing as they want to do their best at this activity.
Kids can use manipualtives to create a picture scene and then write a sentence or a story about it. Hopefully, as this is something they have engaged with well, they will be willing to return to it to try to edit and improve their sentences.
Last week we began, and the results have been fantastic!
Also, I really try to make sure that the sentences in this activity are related to the story or topic we are currently working with.
After students think they have put all of the sentences in order of the sequence from the story, they can move to the last step- they write their sentences in proper order. Side panel and binder cover are available as well.
Help students learn how to self-monitor their own writing. Have everyone write his or her name in small print at the bottom right of the page.For example, Bob, given the above picture, might write this sentence underneath: “Once there was a family of tree huggers.” Then everyone folds over their paper so only the last sentence is visible and passes the paper to the right.
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Kids can use manipualtives to create a picture scene and then write a sentence (or a story) about it. In the last few weeks I have been discussing IEP targets with children in my class (Year 4).
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