One of my favorite bat books to read to the students is Stellaluna. The illustrations are gorgeous, and it is a great story for them compare and contrast birds and bats. I started our study on bats with reading Stellaluna to the class.
After we reviewed our “at words” I challenged the students to write a sentence with one of the words on our list. I modeled how to write using our sight words: I see a ____, then they were to choose a letter from the list, and write it at the end of the sentence! I am so impressed with how well the students did with this!
free Letter tracing activity A-Z upper and lower case
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3 responses to “Stellaluna and AT word family!”
Ha! I agree they should teach drawing 101 in college!! Usually my kids think whatever I draw is great…..but every so often I'll get that one kiddo who speaks up and says "that totally doesn't look like a ____" (whatever it is I'm trying to draw) My latest attempt at drawing a horse was a complete failure as evidenced by laughter from my kids and myself!!! LOL
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I love this idea….where did you find the sequencing sheet? I would love to do this with my kindergarteners.
I would also like to know where to get this sequencing sheet.