Reflection: Relevance Caps for Sale! - Section 2: Reading The Story

 

This is a fun story to have my students draw their favorite story event.  My students had fun with being able to participate in the story by yelling the "caps for sale" part.  Having them participate really keeps them focused on the story.  My students had fun adding the event details to their drawings.  They needed a lot of prompts to get details in their drawings.

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Caps for Sale!

Unit 13: Let's Read and Write
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT draw a picture in response to listening to a story.

Big Idea: We will draw our favorite part of the story, "Caps for Sale."

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English / Language Arts, narrative, listening, storytelling
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