Happy May! This school year has FLOWN by. Only 23 days left( I know I am not the only one counting down). I saw this picture all over Instagram last year and it just made me giggle
I start the week with the version written by James Marshall. This one stays true to the version we all know best. After reading the story, my students will sequence the events either using picture OR word cards.
Then I have these options for them to make sure they understand the sequence of events
These sheets will be used all throughout the week. I also wanted to use some anchor charts so I went to Pinterest and found these!
I really like the character traits one since we talked ALOT about that last week with our Tall Tales.
Our literacy centers will ALL be about our story this week too! Here is a peek at what we are working on:
All these activities and some of the printables shown are from this resources
Have great week friends!
Christina salas says
This is one of my student’s favorite stories Especially the retelling part. I would like to try the post-it characters and setting with my pre-k students.