Decodable Posters and Decodable Readers for Reading Street. Unit One Stories

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Decodable Posters and Decodable Readers for Reading Street. Unit One Stories"

Transcription

1 Decodable Posters and Decodable Readers for Reading Street 2008 version Unit One Stories Tired of using all your allotted paper supplies to run the decodable readers for your students to use as your read through each unit? My team is! So we came up with the idea of typing out the decodable readers and putting them on the back of the decodable posters someone designed in our district (oh so many years ago ). The idea is to put copy the decodable posters on one side of the page and the decodable stories on the other side. Then use the decodable reading booklets that have stories bundled in units during small group time. Our students have 1 binders that house the school agenda book. We ll add these new pages to a page protector in the binder so they can take them home to read and manipulate with a visa marker as they work with the words. No more I forgot my book to read J (probably won t stop I didn t have time to read last night) but will come in handy for word work stations and the like J Enjoy!

2 Decodable Reader One Tap! Tap! Tap! written by Steve Motz Illustrated by Dan Vick Phonic Skill: Short a Can cat tap? Can cat bat? The cat can tap. The cat can bat. Can rat tap? Can rat bat? The rat can tap. The rat can bat. Can the man tap? Can the man bat? The man can tap. The man can bat. Tap! Tap! Tap! Bat! Bat! Bat! Decodable Reader Two The Pack written by Laura Kennedy Illustrated by Matt Burns Phonic Skill: Final -ck Jack can pack. Jack can pack a back sack. Pack! Pack! Pack! Pack a sack. Pack! Pack! Pack! Pack a sack for Jack. Zack can pack. Zack can pack a sack. Pack! Pack! Pack! Pack a sack. Pack! Pack! Pack! Pack a sack for Zack. Jack ran. Zack ran.

3 Sam, Come Back! Spelling Words High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. am at back bat can cat dad mad ran sack in on way Skill: short a ad cab has pack snack am can jab pal tab an cat Jack pass tag at dab lad pat tan back fan lap ram tap bad fat Mack rat that bag gas mad sad van bat had mat sag wag black ham nab sat zap

4 Decodable Reader Three Hit It! written by Sue Doyle Illustrated by Dana Flint Phonic Skill: Short i Tim ran. Tim ran one way. Pam ran. Tim ran that way. Pam ran. Tim and Pam ran. Tim ran in. Pam ran in. They ran in. They see a bat. Hit it, Tim! Hit it, Pam! Tim can hit it! Tim ran. Pam can hit it! Pam ran. Tim can sit. Pam can sit. Decodable Reader Four Fix It! written by Todd Jacob Illustrated by Sarah Elliott Phonic Skill: Final -x Can Jim fix it? Jim can fix it. Can Kim fix it? Kim can fix it. Can Max fix it? Max can fix it. Can Jan fix it? Jan can fix it. What can Dad do? Can Dad fix it? Fix it, Dad! Dad can fix it. Dad can mix it. Dad can fix it. We can fix it.

5 Pig In A Wig Spelling Words in it did sit six fix lip mix pin wig High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. and take up Skill: short /i/ final /x/ bib big bin bit did dig dip fill fin fit fix grin hip hit if in jig kid kit lick miss mix nip pick quick rib sick six thin tick wig zip

6 Decodable Reader Five Dot Can written by George Mendez Illustrated by Kit Deeds Phonic Skill: Short o Dot is a fox. Dot can sit. Dot can sit on a box. Dot can hop. Dot can hop on the box. Dot can hop. Dot can hop on the mat. Dot can hop. Dot can hop up on the rock. Dot is hot. Dot can sit on top. Dot can sit. Dot can hop. Dot can do a lot. Decodable Reader Six Can Do! written by June Adams Illustrated by Kim Park Phonic Skill: Final s /s/, /z/ One fox can nap. Fox is in the box. Two pigs sit. Fat pigs pin on wigs. Three cats tap. Tan cats tap on mats. Four bats hit. Bats hit pots. Cats can tap. Bats can hit. Pigs have hats. Fox has fans. Tap! Tap! Tap! We can nap.

7 The Big Blue Ox Spelling Words High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. got hot mom ox pot hop lock mop pop rock get help use Skill: short /o/ -s Plurals box box cobs cots dogs Dot flocks fox hogs hop hot jobs locks lot Mom not off on ox Pop pot pots rob rock rot top tot tots

8 Decodable Reader Seven Will We Win? written by Gina Torance Illustrated by Christopher Calvetti Phonic Skill: Inflected Ending -s Sal can not get a cap. Nat helps Sal. The caps fit Nat and Sal. Nat and Sal use a bat. Nat is at bat. Nat hits it. Sal ran. Sal is on the bag. Rob hits it. Rob ran. It is six to six. Nat sits and sits. Nat is at bat. Nat ran and ran. Nat wins! Decodable Reader Eight Jan and Pam written by William Spree Illustrated by Vince DePinto Phonic Skill: Inflected Ending -ing Mom is packing bags. Dad is packing bags. Pam helps pack bags. Dad is backing up. We can get in. Dad is picking up Jan. Jan can get in. Jan and Pam ran. Mom sits. Dad sits. Jan sits. Pam sits. Mom is packing. Dad is packing. Mom and Dad sit. Jan and Pam sit.

9 The Fox and the Kit Spelling Words High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. nap naps sit sits win wins fit fits hit hits eat her this too Skill: inflected ending -s bats caps digs dips fits jabs kicks licks likes looks pins plays pops quits rips rocks sees sips sits tacks tags takes taps wins yaps backing fixing packing going locking waxing seeing jumping helping doing

10 Decodable Reader Nine The Red Hen written by Jan Simon Illustrated by Vickie Kent Phonic Skill: Short e Jen is a red hen. Jen is not big. Jen has a red bed. Jen can get in the red bed. Jen sat on the bed. Jen has a big bed. Jen met Ben. Ben sat in his pen. Jen gets in her pen. Ben sat in his pen. Jen can eat this. Ben can eat too. Jen naps. Ben naps. Decodable Reader Ten Ted and Fran written by Peter Ross Illustrated by Karen Lee Phonic Skill: Consonant Blends (CCVC) Ted is a frog. Fran is a hen. Ted is green. Fran is red. Ted flips. Ted flops. Ted is wet. Fran did not flip. Fran did not flop. Fran is not wet. Fran gets up. Can you spot Fran? Ted gets up. Ted and Fran sat. Ted did not get wet. Fran did not get wet.

11 Get the Egg! Spelling Words High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. bed let net sled ten jet men red step wet saw small tree your Skill: short /e/ initial consonant blends bed beg bell deck dress fed fell get helping hen Jen jet less nests peg press smell spend step webs yelling yes block brick clam clock drip flap glass grab grin slick spot swim twig

12 Decodable Reader Eleven Pug the Pup written by Larry White Illustrated by Martha Sanchez Phonic Skill: Short u Pug is my pup. Pug saw your tree. Pug dug and dug. Stop, Pug! Gus had red socks. Pug hid the socks. Stop, Pug! Pug is not on his rug. Pug is not in his tub. Gus saw a big bus. Pug is on the bus. Pug can run. Get Pug! Gus picks up Pug. Gus hugs Pug. Decodable Reader Twelve At the Pond written by Mia Fiorelli Illustrated by Mike Baird Phonic Skill: Consonant Blends (CVCC) The sun is up. Frog sits on a stump. Frog can bend his legs. Frog can jump in the pond. Frog can see a bug. Flick! Stop that bug! Frog can see a nest. It has small ducks in it. A big duck swims at him. Frog must jump. Frog gets back on the stump. At last, Frog can rest! Frog is on his stump.

13 Animal Park Spelling Words High-Frequency Words Words with a are included on the weekly spelling test. run cut must sun up bump jump bus nut rug many into home them Skill: short /u/ final consonant blends bug bun but buzz cubs cuff cup ducks dusk dust fun gulls Gus hugs hunt jump luck must plug plum runs skunks slump snug stuff stump sub suds truck tub

THE READING ROAD. Chapter 2: CVC Words

THE READING ROAD. Chapter 2: CVC Words THE READING ROAD Chapter 2: CVC Words Contents Introduction to CVC Words... 2 Short Vowels... 3 Word Math: Addition... 4 Short-A... 5 Short-E... 8 Bigger Words: -er... 10 Ray & His Bad Cat... 11 Short-I...

More information

COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL. About Reading Pathways

COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL. About Reading Pathways About Reading Pathways Many students need extra help in learning how to track left-to-right with their eyes. These students benefit from reading practice that gradually and systematically builds letters

More information

L6: Swap-a-Rama WORD LIST

L6: Swap-a-Rama WORD LIST : -a-rama WORD LIST This chart is a combination of the word lists for activities L3 ( ), L4 (Last Sound ), and L5 ( ). To swap the first sound in a word, move downward within one box in the column. Then

More information

GRAMMAR. and COMPOSITION. Key to An Easy Approach to PROGRESS PUBLISHERS KRISHNA NAGAR, DELHI Revised according to the updated edition

GRAMMAR. and COMPOSITION. Key to An Easy Approach to PROGRESS PUBLISHERS KRISHNA NAGAR, DELHI Revised according to the updated edition Revised according to the updated edition Key to An Easy Approach to GRAMMAR and COMPOSITION 1 PROGRESS PUBLISHERS KRISHNA NAGAR, DELHI - 110051 FAX : 011-22091791; EMAIL : progress.india@vsnl.com 1. ENGLISH

More information

Look at each picture and read each sentence. Circle the best answer to the question. 1. What did the girl want to do? 2. What did girl say to boy?

Look at each picture and read each sentence. Circle the best answer to the question. 1. What did the girl want to do? 2. What did girl say to boy? Look at each picture and read each sentence. Circle the best answer to the question. Let s Go High-Frequency Words 1. What did the girl want to do? help let s 2. What did girl say to boy? let s go stop

More information

At School. Wonders. Unit 1 Week 1.

At School. Wonders. Unit 1 Week 1. At School Wonders Unit 1 Week 1 http://frugalinfirst.blogspot.com Lessons using spelling from McGraw Hill Wonders Reading Series First Grade short a Unit 1 Week 1 Getting To Know Us Reading and Writing

More information

First Grade Spelling

First Grade Spelling First Grade Unit 1 Unit 1.1 Pam and Sam Unit 1.2 I Can! Can You? Unit 1.3 How You Grew Unit 1.4 Pet Tricks Unit 1.5 Soccer man hat ran cat mat can up down dad back tap sad nap sack man mat too over pin

More information

Beginner Book Three. o h. w S. Written and illustrated by. and introducing a story by Daniel White. A Progressive Phonics book

Beginner Book Three. o h. w S. Written and illustrated by. and introducing a story by Daniel White. A Progressive Phonics book Beginner Book Three o h r t V o w S e l Written and illustrated y T.M. and introducing a story y Daniel White T.M. A Progressive Phonics ook Copyright (c) 2004 2012 y Miz Katz N. Ratz, patent pending Quick

More information

Progressive. Beginner Book PHONICS T.M. T.M. Short Vowel i. Written and illustrated by. Miz Katz N. RatzT.M.

Progressive. Beginner Book PHONICS T.M. T.M. Short Vowel i. Written and illustrated by. Miz Katz N. RatzT.M. Progressive PHONICS T.M. T.M. Beginner Book 13 s x b g in Short Vowel i Written and illustrated by Miz Katz N. RatzT.M. Letters & words used in this book c a t s m n d h r e b g l v w y in win a him I

More information

Resources. cob rat big tip cot mad. den gum mug sub wig yes. fun cub pup lot hut sit. let gap sip dug cab Sid. vet wax mat lit pig nap

Resources. cob rat big tip cot mad. den gum mug sub wig yes. fun cub pup lot hut sit. let gap sip dug cab Sid. vet wax mat lit pig nap Unit 2 The following words begin with consonant sounds that can be held into the vowel sound. For this reason, these words facilitate blending. Begin with these words throughout Week 1: sad sat sap mad

More information

DoDEA SKILL BUILDER: GRAMMAR, USAGE, and MECHANICS BLACKLINE MASTERS

DoDEA SKILL BUILDER: GRAMMAR, USAGE, and MECHANICS BLACKLINE MASTERS 1 DoDEA SKILL BUILDER: GRAMMAR, USAGE, and MECHANICS BLACKLINE MASTERS 1 G R A D E Scholastic Inc. grants teachers who have purchased Scholastic Literacy Place permission to reproduce from this book those

More information

yap verb (yap, yapping, past yapped) The high pitched bark of a small dog, e.g. I wish that dog would stop yapping!

yap verb (yap, yapping, past yapped) The high pitched bark of a small dog, e.g. I wish that dog would stop yapping! Diwali tap noun Something water comes out of, e.g. Please turn off the tap. verb (taps, tapping, tapped) 1. To touch someone with a finger, e.g. He tapped me on the shoulder to tell me to be quiet. 2.

More information

Word Fry Phrase. one by one. I had this. how is he for you

Word Fry Phrase. one by one. I had this. how is he for you Book 1 List 1 Book 1 List 3 Book 1 List 5 I I like at one by one use we will use am to the be me or you an how do they the a little this this is all each if they will little to have from we like words

More information

Unit 4. Decodable Readers. Phonics/Comprehension Activities. Lifeinfirstgrade1.blogspot.com

Unit 4. Decodable Readers. Phonics/Comprehension Activities. Lifeinfirstgrade1.blogspot.com Unit 4 Decodable Readers Phonics/Comprehension Activities Lifeinfirstgrade1.blogspot.com A Day in May It is a gray day in May. This rain won t stop Ray. I will use this in the rain. It will keep me dry!

More information

The ick Family Set. Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com

The ick Family Set. Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com The ick Family Set Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com -ick Word Family List brick pick trick chick* quick homesick click sick seasick flick slick yardstick

More information

Instant Words Group 1

Instant Words Group 1 Group 1 the a is you to and we that in not for at with it on can will are of this your as but be have the a is you to and we that in not for at with it on can will are of this your as but be have the a

More information

A Day in May. Phonics Skills. Long a: ai, ay. rain Gail gray day May Ray mail brain play tray way

A Day in May. Phonics Skills. Long a: ai, ay. rain Gail gray day May Ray mail brain play tray way Decodable 37 A Day in May s Long a: ai, ay rain Gail gray day May Ray mail brain play tray way It is a gray day in May. This rain won t stop Ray. I will use this in the rain. It will keep me dry! Ray has

More information

Teach Your Child Lessons BeginningReads Level 10

Teach Your Child Lessons BeginningReads Level 10 Teach Your Child Lessons BeginningReads Level 10 The nine books in this set all relate to Spring. Level Ten is the highest level of BeginningReads. No new words are added to the 100 Wonderful Word sheet.

More information

Show Me Actions. Word List. Celebrating. are I can t tell who you are. blow Blow out the candles on your cake.

Show Me Actions. Word List. Celebrating. are I can t tell who you are. blow Blow out the candles on your cake. Celebrating are I can t tell who you are. blow Blow out the candles on your cake. light Please light the candles on the cake. measure Mom, measure how tall I am, okay? sing Ty can sing in a trio. taste

More information

Beginning and Ending Sounds

Beginning and Ending Sounds Beginning and Ending Sounds Entire contents 2009 By Kathryn J. Davis 7223 Cedar Lane Drive Germantown, TN 38138 (901) 737-4466 All rights reserved. Permission is hereby granted to the purchaser to reproduce

More information

Dr. Suess Read Across America Day

Dr. Suess Read Across America Day Dr. Suess Read Across America Day First Grade: Mrs. Pedder can read with her eyes wide shut! By Alaila Mrs. Pedder was reading the Cat in the Hat All in our chairs we sat. Mrs. Pedder was rocking left

More information

blab gab stab cab grab tab crab* jab prefab dab lab taxicab drab nab fab scab flab slab

blab gab stab cab grab tab crab* jab prefab dab lab taxicab drab nab fab scab flab slab -ab Word Famiilly Liist blab gab stab cab grab tab crab* jab prefab dab lab taxicab drab nab fab scab flab slab Cut and Paste: ab cab lab grab lab blab crab Name Say the name of each picture. If the picture

More information

Flip- Unit 1 Week 4. Priority Skills. Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Text Structure. Skill: Plot *RL.1.3. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Flip- Unit 1 Week 4. Priority Skills. Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Text Structure. Skill: Plot *RL.1.3. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Flip- Unit 1 Week 4 Phonemic Awareness/Phonics L Blends *RF.1.3 High-Frequency Words Come, down, good, pull *RF.1.3b, RF.1.3g Priority Skills Comprehension Strategy: Analyze Text Structure. Skill: Plot

More information

This book belongs to

This book belongs to This book belongs to All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced by any means, including duplicating, photocopying, electronic, mechanical, recording, the World Wide Web, e-mail,

More information

Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful

Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful P R A C T I C E B O O K Phonics: Suffixes -y, -ly, -ful Circle the word that matches each picture. Write the word and underline the suffix. 1. wonder windy 2. helpful hopping 3.

More information

ABSS HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS LIST C List A K, Lists A & B 1 st Grade, Lists A, B, & C 2 nd Grade Fundations Correlated

ABSS HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS LIST C List A K, Lists A & B 1 st Grade, Lists A, B, & C 2 nd Grade Fundations Correlated mclass List A yellow mclass List B blue mclass List C - green wish care able carry 2 become cat above bed catch across caught add certain began against2 behind city 2 being 1 class believe clean almost

More information

Please Pass The Peas! by Terri Young/Mathis

Please Pass The Peas! by Terri Young/Mathis Please Pass The Peas! by Terri Young/Mathis Fifty years ago, John F. Kennedy said, "Civility is not a sign of weakness. Please Pass The Peas Please, please, please pass the peas. Thank you, thank you,

More information

Hi, I m a vegetable boy. These are my eyes. What are they? (stop) Lettuce. Lettuce. This is my mouth. What is it? (stop) A tomato. A tomato.

Hi, I m a vegetable boy. These are my eyes. What are they? (stop) Lettuce. Lettuce. This is my mouth. What is it? (stop) A tomato. A tomato. Lesson 7 Hi, I m a vegetable boy. Lesson 11 It s sunny, isn t it? What s coming? A bike. A bike. These are my eyes. What s that? A car. A car. What are they? (stop) What s coming? A bus. A bus. Lettuce.

More information

Music UNIT. Listening 1. Grammar. Vocabulary. Communication. Check these words. stage buy tickets queue joke wait for

Music UNIT. Listening 1. Grammar. Vocabulary. Communication. Check these words. stage buy tickets queue joke wait for UNIT 7 Music Grammar Present continuous Vocabulary Money Music Communication Describe a scene Buy things FOCUS Switch on Listening Check these words. stage buy tickets queue joke wait for Listen and answer

More information

cap nap tap chap rap* trap clap sap wrap flap scrap gap slap lap snap map strap

cap nap tap chap rap* trap clap sap wrap flap scrap gap slap lap snap map strap -ap Word Famiilly Liist cap nap tap chap rap* trap clap sap wrap flap scrap gap slap lap snap map strap Name ap Cut and Paste clap cap nap rap lap trap map snap Configuration Station: ap Word Bank cap

More information

Jack was good at tennis, even though he had not had any lessons.

Jack was good at tennis, even though he had not had any lessons. clauses www.compare4kids.co.uk Question Sheet 1 Underline the main clause in each sentence below. Although it was raining, we went outside to play. Jack was good at tennis, even though he had not had any

More information

Low resolution sample for viewing on the web

Low resolution sample for viewing on the web MINIMAL PAIRS FRONTING/BACKING, GLIDING Devised and illustrated by Helen Rippon, Highly Specialist SLT. PIP1 SECOND EDITION www.blacksheeppress.co.uk Introduction A minimal pair is a pair of words, such

More information

For Big Kids. Idioms. Jen Bengels

For Big Kids. Idioms. Jen Bengels For Big Kids Idioms Jen Bengels Rationale: This resource includes practice work for identifying and understanding idioms, including: 1. Illustrating Idioms One 2. Illustrating Idioms Two 3. Illustrating

More information

Tilda and her family. Read, write and draw

Tilda and her family. Read, write and draw Tilda and her family Read, write and draw Hi I am Tilda. What is your name? I live at TheVeryLongRoad 98 Where do you live? TheVeryLongRoad is a road in the town Confusing. Confusing is a town next to

More information

PEAK Generalization Pre-Assessment: Assessor Script and Scoring Guide Learner: Assessment Date: Assessor:

PEAK Generalization Pre-Assessment: Assessor Script and Scoring Guide Learner: Assessment Date: Assessor: PEAK Generalization Pre-Assessment: Assessor Script and Scoring Guide Learner: Assessment Date: Assessor: Assessment and Scoring Directions: Present the following items from each factor to the participant,

More information

Lesson Plan. By Deanna Holm

Lesson Plan. By Deanna Holm Lesson Plan By Deanna Holm 2016 Deanna Holm All rights reserved. Please do not copy or redistribute anything from these worksheets. You may make copies for your home or classroom only. 2 Poetry: Couplet

More information

bug lug smug chug mug snug drug plug thug dug pug tug glug rug hug shrug jug slug

bug lug smug chug mug snug drug plug thug dug pug tug glug rug hug shrug jug slug -ug Word Famiilly Liist bug lug smug chug mug snug drug plug thug dug pug tug glug rug hug shrug jug slug Snug Bug (Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star) Cherry Carl Lollie s a likeable ladybug! She plays

More information

Model Alphabet Poems

Model Alphabet Poems Model Alphabet Poems The Letter L is an upturned bridge The front of a forklift Chicken legs 9,3,3:30,3:15 An arrow with out a head An RT. On left turn sign A drying rack A street pole A flock of seagulls

More information

High Five! 3. 1 Read and write in, on or at. Booster. Name: Class: Prepositions of time Presentation. Practice. Grammar

High Five! 3. 1 Read and write in, on or at. Booster. Name: Class: Prepositions of time Presentation. Practice. Grammar 1 Prepositions of time Presentation I study Geography on Monday and on Wednesday. I study Drama in the afternoon. I go swimming in summer. I play tennis at six o clock. We finish school in June. Remember!

More information

Workshops: The heart of the MagiKats Programme

Workshops: The heart of the MagiKats Programme Workshops: The heart of the MagiKats Programme Every student is assigned to a Stage, based on their academic year and assessed study level. Stage Foundation and 1 students range from 5 to 8 years old.

More information

EYFS Curriculum Months. Personal, Social and Emotional Development Physical Development Communication and Language

EYFS Curriculum Months. Personal, Social and Emotional Development Physical Development Communication and Language Personal, Social and Emotional Development Physical Development Communication and Language Making relationships I like to talk with my friends and grown ups and tell them what I know about the things they

More information

Talk About It. What is it like to start a school year? What is the same and what is different from last year?

Talk About It. What is it like to start a school year? What is the same and what is different from last year? School Days 10 Talk About It What is it like to start a school year? What is the same and what is different from last year? Find out more about school days at www.macmillanmh.com 11 Vocabulary tomorrow

More information

Hello kids, hello boys and girls. Today s test is Breakthrough. Tasks One and Two are listening. Good luck and have fun!!

Hello kids, hello boys and girls. Today s test is Breakthrough. Tasks One and Two are listening. Good luck and have fun!! PTE Young Learners - Breakthrough Hello kids, hello boys and girls. Today s test is Breakthrough. Tasks One and Two are listening. Good luck and have fun!! Task One: Let s Go to the Zoo Mrs Brown is talking

More information

Playstage Junior TOWN MOUSE AND COUNTRY MOUSE A CHARMING PLAY WITH MUSIC. Written by LYNN BRITTNEY. MP3 musical accompaniments

Playstage Junior TOWN MOUSE AND COUNTRY MOUSE A CHARMING PLAY WITH MUSIC. Written by LYNN BRITTNEY. MP3 musical accompaniments Playstage Junior www.schoolplaysandpantos.com MP3 musical accompaniments are available for this play AND A CHARMING PLAY WITH MUSIC Written by LYNN BRITTNEY AND CAST LIST Town Mouse Country Mouse 2 Rabbits

More information

Imagine if a character found an object that made something amazing happen.

Imagine if a character found an object that made something amazing happen. Narrative Writing Task 2016 NAPLAN Topic (Years 3 & 5) Imagine Imagine if a character found an object that made something amazing happen. Write a narrative (story) about the adventure. Note: This exemplar

More information

Simple present tense vs. present continuous tense

Simple present tense vs. present continuous tense 7 Simple present tense vs. present continuous tense Date: Grammar Station Simple present tense To talk about habits and truths Signal words: every e.g. She reads books every evening. on + days of the week

More information

Main Selection by Pat Mora illustrated by Ed Martinez 15

Main Selection by Pat Mora illustrated by Ed Martinez 15 Comprehension Genre Realistic Fiction is a made-up story that could happen in real life. Story Structure Character and Setting As you read, use your Character and Setting Chart. Read to Find Out What is

More information

The Adventures of Sensory Avoider Allie. Allie Only Eats Three Foods

The Adventures of Sensory Avoider Allie. Allie Only Eats Three Foods The Adventures of Sensory Avoider Allie Allie Only Eats Three Foods Written By: Angie Voss, OTR Illustrations By: Dillon Seglem ISBN-13: 978-1475215564 ISBN-10: 1475215568 Copyright 2012 All Rights Reserved

More information

Orientation (beg. of sentence, return sweep) /4 One-to-One Matching Sense of Letter vs. Word

Orientation (beg. of sentence, return sweep) /4 One-to-One Matching Sense of Letter vs. Word STEP Literacy Assessment Yellow Series Student s Name Achieved Date Did Not Achieve Pre Reading Where Is My Dog? Grade Room Assessed by Scoring Summary Name Assessment Phonemic Awareness: Rhyming Words

More information

/b/ Auditory Bombardment 1

/b/ Auditory Bombardment 1 /b/ Auditory Bombardment 1 Tier 1 Improving Overall Intelligibility Early Developing Sounds 24 Copyright 2014 LinguiSystems, Inc. /b/ Auditory Bombardment 1, continued Exercise 1 Say, I m going to read

More information

Test 1 Answers. Listening. T RANSCRIPT Hello. This is the Cambridge Starters. Part 1 (5 marks) Part 2 (5 marks) Part 3 (5 marks) Part 4 (5 marks)

Test 1 Answers. Listening. T RANSCRIPT Hello. This is the Cambridge Starters. Part 1 (5 marks) Part 2 (5 marks) Part 3 (5 marks) Part 4 (5 marks) Test Answers Listening Part ( marks) Lines should be drawn between: the spider and next to the clock the helicopter and between the dog s ears the monster and under the window the lorry and on the mat

More information

ENGLISH FILE Beginner

ENGLISH FILE Beginner 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Underline the correct word(s). Example: A Is this your coat? B Yes, it s my / your coat. 1 A Is that your husband s car? B Yes, it s his / her car.

More information

ENGLISH ENGLISH AMERICAN. Level 1. Student Workbook

ENGLISH ENGLISH AMERICAN. Level 1. Student Workbook ENGLISH Level 1 ENGLISH AMERICAN Student Workbook ENGLISH Level 1 ENGLISH AMERICAN Student Workbook WKB-ENG-L1-1.0 ISBN 978-1-60391-432-1 All information in this document is subject to change without notice.

More information

Copy Protected ebook GRADES BEP

Copy Protected ebook GRADES BEP Copy Protected ebook GRADES 2 3 09221BEP Dr. DooRiddles Series A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 C1 Spelling DooRiddles A1 B1 Written by John H. Doolittle Tracy A. Doolittle Copy Protected PDF The buyer of an ebook can legally

More information

English in Mind. Level 1. Starter Module. Guided Dialogues RESOURCES STARTER MODULE GUIDED DIALOGUES. Complete the dialogue, then act it out in pairs.

English in Mind. Level 1. Starter Module. Guided Dialogues RESOURCES STARTER MODULE GUIDED DIALOGUES. Complete the dialogue, then act it out in pairs. Starter Module Guided Dialogues 1 3 in groups of three. A: Hi, Jane.? B: I m OK, thanks.? A: Fine, thanks, Dan. This is my friend Monique. B: C: Hi, Dan. Nice to meet you too. C: I m from France. C: No,

More information

Across the Curriculum. Favorite Authors

Across the Curriculum. Favorite Authors Across the Curriculum with Favorite Authors Dr. Seuss Suess Written by John and Patty Carratello Illustrated by Cheryl Buhler, Sue Fullman, and Keith Vasconcelles The authors wish to thank Barbara Pelham

More information

HOMEWORK JANUARY WEEK 5 Black Bolts

HOMEWORK JANUARY WEEK 5 Black Bolts Name: HOMEWORK JANUARY WEEK 5 Black Bolts Directions: Read the passage completely one time. Then read it again and annotate. Last, answer the comprehension questions. Happy Trails My Annotations The morning

More information

Guixot Primary school 4th Primary, Theatre play. The Gingerbread Man. Sheep: Hen1: Hen2: Hen3: Rooster: Rabbit1: Rabbit2: Fox:

Guixot Primary school 4th Primary, Theatre play. The Gingerbread Man. Sheep: Hen1: Hen2: Hen3: Rooster: Rabbit1: Rabbit2: Fox: The Gingerbread Man Characters: Narrator1: Narrator2: Old Woman: Old Man: Cow: Horse: Pig: Dog: Cat: Sheep: Hen1: Hen2: Hen3: Rooster: Rabbit1: Rabbit2: Fox: Little Gingerbread Man: Duck: SCRIPT: Narrator:

More information

Ashley Axmann Practicum Author Study- Dr. Seuss 11/9/12

Ashley Axmann Practicum Author Study- Dr. Seuss 11/9/12 Ashley Axmann Practicum Author Study- Dr. Seuss 11/9/12 Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Geisel died of throat cancer on September 24, 1991, at his home in La Jolla,

More information

Grade Two Homework. February - Week 1

Grade Two Homework. February - Week 1 Grade Two Homework February - Week 1 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1. SUSTAINED READING - Read for 20 minutes each night, log reading, and thinking. 2. FLUENCY - Set a timer for 1 minute. Read

More information

ENGLISH ENGLISH AMERICAN. Level 1. Tests

ENGLISH ENGLISH AMERICAN. Level 1. Tests ENGLISH Level 1 ENGLISH AMERICAN Tests WKT-ENG-L1-1.0 ISBN 978-1-60391-432-1 All information in this document is subject to change without notice. This document is provided for informational purposes only

More information

Vessels Unto Honor LYRICS. BibleStorySongs.com Bible StorySongs, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Vessels Unto Honor LYRICS. BibleStorySongs.com Bible StorySongs, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Vessels Unto Honor LYRICS BibleStorySongs.com Song 1 1. V-v-v-vessel! I am a vessel! I m a v-v-v-vessel ma-ma-ma-made by God! V-V-Vessel of mercy, Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-chosen, Useful to the Master, for good

More information

An Idiom a Day Will Help Keep the Boredom In Schooling Away #3. What are idioms?

An Idiom a Day Will Help Keep the Boredom In Schooling Away #3. What are idioms? An Idiom a Day Will Help Keep the Boredom In Schooling Away #3 What are idioms? Dictionary A- noun- form of expression peculiar to one language; dialect Dictionary B- noun- A form of expression whose understood

More information

Robin s Blog. 1st November 2012

Robin s Blog. 1st November 2012 St. Anthony s School Worksheet for Class Suspension P.4 Time allowed: 3 minutes Name: ( ) A. Robin from Australia is writing in his blog. Read the blog. http//www.blogworld.com/robinhood photos Robin s

More information

Pronouns and possessive adjectives

Pronouns and possessive adjectives 4 Pronouns and possessive adjectives Date: Grammar Station Subject pronoun I you we he she it they Object pronoun me you us him her it them Possessive adjective my your our his her its their A Circle the

More information

Reading Skills Practice Test 1

Reading Skills Practice Test 1 Reading Skills Practice Test 1 READING COMPREHENSION Read each story. Then fill in the circle that best completes each sentence or answers each question. Many people like to glide along the sidewalk on

More information

Fry Instant Phrases. First 100 Words/Phrases

Fry Instant Phrases. First 100 Words/Phrases Fry Instant Phrases The words in these phrases come from Dr. Edward Fry s Instant Word List (High Frequency Words). According to Fry, the first 300 words in the list represent about 67% of all the words

More information

Beginners Piano Playsheets

Beginners Piano Playsheets Contents 1994 Beginners Piano Playsheets by Beatrice Wilder Song 1 Song 2 Song 3 Song 4 Song 5 Song 6 Song 7 Song 8 Song 9 Song 10 Song 11 Song 12 My Pet Cow Playing C D and E with the right hand and counting

More information

LEVEL PRE-A1 LAAS LANGUAGE ATTAINMENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. English Language Language Examinations. English Be sure you have written your.

LEVEL PRE-A1 LAAS LANGUAGE ATTAINMENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. English Language Language Examinations. English Be sure you have written your. NAME.. LAAS LANGUAGE ATTAINMENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM LEVEL PRE-A1 Certificate Recognised by ICC English Language Language Examinations HERE ARE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS: English Be sure you have written your name

More information

The Pickle Machine by Ken Wood. First written 1974, unpublished. Copyright 2004 Ken Wood.

The Pickle Machine by Ken Wood. First written 1974, unpublished. Copyright 2004 Ken Wood. The Pickle Machine by Ken Wood First written 1974, unpublished. Copyright 2004 Ken Wood. I put a nickel in a pickle machine. It wiggled and jiggled and out popped a bean. It seemed really mean of that

More information

_GCPS_04_ELA_All_Domains (_GCPS_04_ELA_All_Domains)

_GCPS_04_ELA_All_Domains (_GCPS_04_ELA_All_Domains) Name: Date: 1. Which sentence should be removed from the paragraph? 1 We had a surprise party for Aunt Mary's birthday. 2 We decorated her house with balloons and signs. 3 Mom made a big birthday cake

More information

Character Suitcase. Description of Project:

Character Suitcase. Description of Project: Description of Project: Character Suitcase This project will help you to analyze a main character from The Once and Future King by T.H. White. The final product will be a packed suitcase that your character

More information

Unit 12: Here Dragon, Dragon, Dragon...

Unit 12: Here Dragon, Dragon, Dragon... Unit 12: Here Dragon, Dragon, Dragon... 120 121 In the texts 1 Look at page 120. Tick if you can find these. headings subheadings lists illustrations dot points words in alphabetical order 2 List these

More information

KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling minutes a day for ten days. Answers. Easter. Revision of 11

KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling minutes a day for ten days. Answers. Easter. Revision of 11 KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 10-4-10 10 minutes a day for ten days s Easter Revision 2017 1 of 11 2017 10-4-10 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Day One: ANSWERS 1 bake, take, eat 2 Tom looked out

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS. #3996 Daily Warm-Ups: Language Skills 2 Teacher Created Resources, Inc.

TABLE OF CONTENTS. #3996 Daily Warm-Ups: Language Skills 2 Teacher Created Resources, Inc. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction....3 Standards Correlation.................... 4 Tracking Sheet....6 Parts of Speech Pronouns...8 Nouns............................... 22 Verbs...30 Adjectives............................

More information

Pronunciation of final -ed

Pronunciation of final -ed Pronunciation of final -ed Simple Past Tense The final ed ending has three different pronunciations: /t/, /d/, and /ed/ Final ed is pronounced /t/ after all voiceless sounds. Voiceless sounds are made

More information

The Cat In the Hat, I Can Do That! Seuss Poetry Contest Lesson Plan

The Cat In the Hat, I Can Do That! Seuss Poetry Contest Lesson Plan Sponsored by The at In the Hat, I an Do That! Seuss Poetry ontest Lesson Plan In honor of Dr. Seuss, hildsplay and First Things First invite you to create a rhyming poem together as a class. Up to three

More information

My name is: YazooA_booklet.indd 1 9/8/09 10:20:56 AM

My name is: YazooA_booklet.indd 1 9/8/09 10:20:56 AM My name is: LESSON TESTS PAGE CYCLE TESTS PAGE Lesson Test Lesson Test 5 Lesson Test 7 Lesson Test 9 Lesson 5 Test Lesson 6 Test Lesson 7 Test 5 Lesson 8 Test 7 Lesson 9 Test 9 Lesson Test Lesson Test

More information

not to be republished NCERT I AM LUCKY Listen and recite this poem

not to be republished NCERT I AM LUCKY Listen and recite this poem U Listen and recite this poem I AM LUCKY nit-2 If I were a butterfly I would be thankful For my wings. If I were a myna in a tree I would be thankful That I could sing. If I were a fish in the sea I would

More information

Giant s Tale. Giant s Tale. Visit for thousands of books and materials.

Giant s Tale. Giant s Tale.  Visit  for thousands of books and materials. Giant s Tale A Reading A Z Level M Leveled Book Word Count: 590 Giant s Tale Written by Karen Mockler Illustrated by Robert Squier Visit www.readinga-z.com for thousands of books and materials. www.readinga-z.com

More information

Living these 40 days Entering the journey New life is coming Time to prepare

Living these 40 days Entering the journey New life is coming Time to prepare Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Immaculata, Pennsylvania 19345 February, 2018 Lent Poem Living these 40 days Entering the journey New life is coming Time to prepare The Germ Stopping

More information

Name. The Story of Sid

Name. The Story of Sid The Story of Sid Sid was a stick insect. He was long, thin and brown, and looked very much like a twig with legs. Sid had a lot of friends, but sometimes he made his insect friends angry with his boasting.

More information

Time available for students to complete test: 40 minutes

Time available for students to complete test: 40 minutes national assessment program literacy and numeracy NUMERACY NOn-CALCULATOR year 7 2008 0:0 SESSION Time available for students to complete test: 0 minutes Use 2B or HB pencil only Curriculum Corporation,

More information

Across Down WORD BOX S/V

Across Down WORD BOX S/V Poetry Unit Name cross 3. a five-line poem 4. poetry without specific rhyme patterns 6. a Japanese, 17-syllable poem 7. a literary genre written in verse 9. a group of lines of poetry 10. pictures formed

More information

3Possessions 47749_U3_ptg01_ indd 30 08/19/15 9:09 PM

3Possessions 47749_U3_ptg01_ indd 30 08/19/15 9:09 PM 3Possessions Look at the photo. Answer the questions. 1 What is the man s favorite thing? 2 Is it old or new? 3 What is your favorite thing? A man sits in front of his car, Trinidad, uba. Unit Goals 1

More information

Williwaw Chapter Describe at least TWO specific ways that Ivan and Sep s lives are different from your life.

Williwaw Chapter Describe at least TWO specific ways that Ivan and Sep s lives are different from your life. Williwaw Chapter 1 Name Date # Directions: Use your book to answer the following questions in complete sentences. You must start your answer with a capital and end with punctuation (a period, exclamation

More information

Date: Grade 5- Term 2

Date: Grade 5- Term 2 Grade 5- Term 2 1 Wksht 1: Parts of a Paragraph Date: Most paragraphs have 3 main parts: 1. A topic sentence 2. Several supporting sentences 3. A conclusion sentence 1. The topic sentence is the most important

More information

That s Gratitude For Ya by Don Bosley

That s Gratitude For Ya by Don Bosley by Don Bosley What Who When Wear (Props) In a fit of Thanksgiving spirit, an everyday guy takes time out from his busy holiday to take a little drive-thru gratitude to the Lord. But when he tries to get

More information

1a Teens Time: A video call

1a Teens Time: A video call Keep in touch 1a Teens Time: A video call Vocabulary 1 Write the missing letters to complete the words and match them with the correct photos. 1 m i c r o p h o n e a 2 m b l p h n 3 k b r d w b c m 5

More information

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS LIST 1 RECEPTION children should know how to READ them YEAR 1 children should know how to SPELL them

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS LIST 1 RECEPTION children should know how to READ them YEAR 1 children should know how to SPELL them HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS LIST 1 RECEPTION children should know how to READ them YEAR 1 children should know how to SPELL them a an as at if in is it of off on can dad had back and get big him his not got up

More information

Present Simple. 2 Look at the sentences in Activity 1. Write the questions and short answers. Technology

Present Simple. 2 Look at the sentences in Activity 1. Write the questions and short answers. Technology Unit 1 Present Simple Name: 1 Write complete sentences. 1 listen / Jack/ MP3 player / every day Jack listens to an MP3 player every day. 2 emails / send / Dan / every day. 3 Kiera / send / text messages.

More information

Uppercase K. Counting to 30. Day 16

Uppercase K. Counting to 30. Day 16 Day 16 Uppercase K Write a K in each box. Start at the top left corner. Draw a line down the side of the box. Jump up to the opposite corner at the top and draw a slanted line to the middle and then back

More information

Present Simple. 2 Look at the sentences in Activity 1. Write the questions and short answers. Technology

Present Simple. 2 Look at the sentences in Activity 1. Write the questions and short answers. Technology Unit 1 Present Simple 1 Write complete sentences. 1 listen / Jack/ MP3 player / every day Jack listens to an MP3 player every day. 2 emails / send / Dan / every day. 3 Kiera / send / text messages. 4 Sophie

More information

Bullying or Harassment We can help you bring it to a Full Stop.

Bullying or Harassment We can help you bring it to a Full Stop. Bullying or Harassment I m sorry said Bill. This School doesn t organise collections for gay weddings... Exclusion=Harassment But look said Ellie, 80 people liked what I said on Facebook, so they obviously

More information

Sentences. A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought. A sentence always tells who or what

Sentences. A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought. A sentence always tells who or what SENTENCES Sentences A sentence is a group of words that tells a complete thought. A sentence always tells who or what and what is or what happens. SENTENCES Sentence I like to play with dogs. The smart

More information

Hebrew In Action! Booklet Hey

Hebrew In Action! Booklet Hey Hebrew In Action! Booklet Hey Temple Rodef Shalom 1 Letter to Students Shalom Talmidim, Congratulations! You know all the letters and vowels. Now the fun begins. In this unit we will read nursery rhymes,

More information

The og Family Set. Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com

The og Family Set. Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com The og Family Set Written by Cherry Carl Illustrated by Ron Leishman Images Toonaday.com/Toonclipart.com -og Word Family List bog hog leapfrog clog jog* polliwog cog log watchdog dog smog waterlog flog

More information

-am Word Family List

-am Word Family List r - Word Fily List cl cr d ex gr h j r* S sc scr sh sl sw tr wh y Meet the - Word Fily cl cr d ex ex gr h j r S sc scr sh sl sw sw tr wh y Bookmarkers: - Bookmarkers provide easy access to the word fily

More information

CENTER DANCE ENSEMBLE presents POETRY N MOTION STUDY GUIDE K-3

CENTER DANCE ENSEMBLE presents POETRY N MOTION STUDY GUIDE K-3 CENTER DANCE ENSEMBLE presents POETRY N MOTION STUDY GUIDE K-3 Dear Educators, Center Dance Ensemble is extremely excited to bring our outreach program Poetry n Motion into your school. We are well aware

More information

GRADE 11 SBA REVIEW THE TURTLE LITERARY ELEMENTS* CHARACTERIZATION* INFERENCE*

GRADE 11 SBA REVIEW THE TURTLE LITERARY ELEMENTS* CHARACTERIZATION* INFERENCE* GRADE 11 SBA REVIEW THE TURTLE LITERARY ELEMENTS* CHARACTERIZATION* INFERENCE* THE TURTLE By Robert Wallace Mom, you almost hit it Geri said. The turtle. There s a turtle in the middle of the road back

More information