How To Writing Mini Books using First, Next, Then & Last-Procedural Writing
How to Writing: Have your students put together "How To" mini books to describe how to do a wide variety of things using first, next, then and last. This is a great activity to get your students writing about things they are familiar with as well as learning to sequence events.This product can be used throughout the year as there are how to books for every season.**Just updated to include even more writing prompts as well as your choice of primary or secondary lined paper.
Year 5 Australian History – Gold Rush – Eureka Stockade. This fantastic resource contains two comprehension activities focusing on the Eureka Stockade. The first is a storyboard activity allowing students to sort and sequence events from the text into ord
Fairy tales are amazing tools for teaching reading comprehension! This unit is full of fairy tale activities which will help students to retell to sequence events, write about characters, and extend their learning with more literacy and math fun as they read 6 common fairy tales!
Use this booklet as a comprehension companion for nearly all fiction books. This helps students dive deep into comprehension and requires written answers. Booklet focuses on: Story Elements: Characters, Setting, Problem, and Solution Main Idea and Key Details Sequencing Events My Favorite Part and Why Illustration Inspiration Book Review Identifying Fantasy or
How To Writing Prompts using First, Next, Then & Last-Procedural Writing
Students can sequence events as they write directions on how to do a variety of tasks. Check out the variety of "how to" writing prompts. Students will love to share what they know about a variety of tasks they can do all by themselves.