Does this chart look familiar?
What does this chart really mean?
What does it look like to read a book in different ways?
As you read the following, think about which chart category applies?
Crinkle the pages
Squeeze the duck on the back cover – “QUAAACK!”
Label the pictures: duck, dog, dog, rabbit, rabbit, goldfish, goldfish, duck – one word per page
Use the same sentence stem for each page: “I see a __________.”
Name the sound the animal makes with its name for each page.
Name the action the animal makes as it moves in a two word sentence. (“Goldfish swims.”)
Ask a question about each page: “Do you see the _________?”
Name the picture and say something about its color.
Name the picture and say something about its size.
Count: “One duck, one dog, two dogs, one rabbit, two rabbits, one goldfish, a second goldfish, and one more duck.”
Take the pages out of the mouth and turn them slowly again, without any words!
Tell a story beginning with “Once upon a time there were some animals . . .
Point to the picture and name the animals again!
How many ways did this grandma read one 8 page book?
How have you taught parents to read a wordless paper book?
What can you add to this list?
Tuesday is the day to share a “Slice of Life” with Two Writing Teachers. Thank you, Anna, Betsy, Beth, Dana, Deb, Kathleen, Stacey, and Tara. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here.