Reflection: Lesson Planning Reading Environmental Print - Section 2: Procedure


A few days before this lesson, I send home a note that asks parents to collect environmental print at home and send it to school with their child. This gives you a resource to complete this lesson.The examples I show are of environmental print. These are frequently seen product words that could be cut from a magazine, cereal box, newspaper, etc. I usually start to collect the materials for this project well in advance.  Parents are always willing to send in environmental print words, too, if you give them this environmental print letter.

  Lesson Planning: Gathering materials
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Reading Environmental Print

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 16 of 16

Objective: SWBAT read easily recognizable labels, signs and logos to bridge the gap between functional print and our beginning stages of reading. Student Objective: I can read words that I see on everyday things.

Big Idea: Students can find meaning in the words of environmental print.

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