Support your first-grade students in close reading of nonfiction and fiction texts with practice that supports Common Core methodology.
Each unit contains two related reading selections in a minibook format. The themes reflect first-grade science and social studies topics and are focused around a Big Question. For example, Can I live without my bones? (Big Question) connects “How Bones Work” (a nonfiction article) and “Jacob’s Bones” (a fictional story).
The activities in each unit help students: · Learn and apply academic vocabulary in context · Participate in oral close reading discussions · Answer comprehension questions · Write to a prompt with the help of a graphic organizer
This resource includes: · Seven robust units that include a unit assessment with discussion of the topic, texts, and Big Question, as well as a writing prompt. · Downloadable home–school connection activities and projects that extend learning at home · Common Core correlations for every unit for easy reference. · Minibooks of each reading selection.
Plus, the suggested learning path is easy to scaffold!
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Since 1979, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers has provided educators with practical, creative, and engaging PreK–8 materials to support and enrich the core curriculum.
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