Dragons And More Medieval Make-believe (ebook Gr: K to 3)

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Dragons and More Medieval Make-believe
Publisher: Rainbow Horizons Publishing
100 pages
Grades: K to 3
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65 pages of dragon and medieval character illustrations, hands on activities and patterns to make a big book, Do you Like Dragons?

Contents Include:

  1. Big Book Patterns
  2. My Dragon Word Book
  3. Journal Word Cards
  4. Bookmaking Patterns
  5. Centre Book Pages
  6. Reading Certificate
  7. Hands on Activities and Patterns
  8. Story Book Illustrations

Dragons teaches the importance of make-believe


65 pages of dragon and medieval character illustrations, hands on activities and patterns to make a big book, Do you Like Dragons?

Contents Include:

  1. Big Book Patterns
  2. My Dragon Word Book
  3. Journal Word Cards
  4. Bookmaking Patterns
  5. Centre Book Pages
  6. Reading Certificate
  7. Hands on Activities and Patterns
  8. Story Book Illustrations

Dragons teaches the importance of make-believe

 
Dragons and More Medieval Make-believe also includes:

Rapunzel

Dragons and More Medieval Make-believe - Lesson Plans 

Big Book and Little Book Patterns

Introduction:

Rapunzel, Rapunzel! is a spin-off from the traditional fairytale. Before reading the Big Book version, students should be familiar with the traditional tale. For Kindergarten, you may want to tell the story orally, simplifying the storyline. Proceed with Rapunzel, Rapunzel!

Kindergarten - Grade One
Learning Objectives

  1. Students will use rhythm and rhyme in oral activities.
  2. Students will attempt and practice reading behaviours.
  3. Students will recognize the point of view of the story.

Strategies

  1. Reading to students.
  2. Repeating repetitive patterns.
  3. Brainstorming.

Grade Two and Three
Learning Objectives

  1. Students will use rhythm and rhyme in oral and written activities.
  2. Students will associate words and letters with sounds in a meaningful context.
  3. Students will recognize the point of view.
  4. Students will recognize exclamation mark for placing emphasis, and understand purpose of the dialogue balloon and quotation marks.

Strategies

  1. Reading to students.
  2. Repeating repetitive pattern.
  3. Brainstorming.

SEE SAMPLE