(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Read Aloud for Where the Black Bug Sat
Sequence Chart with Time Words for Where the Black Bug Sat
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Read Aloud for Tee-Ball
A book about children getting ready to play tee-ball. An follow-up activity is for children to name a character along with something that character said or did. Children can use this FREE generic graphic organizer for completing this task:
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Signs
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FREE main idea graphic organizer at
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Main Idea Graphic Organizer for Signs by Tops the Monkey (teacherspayteachers.com)
Kindergarten/DRA 3 Read Aloud
This read aloud shows actual photos of various homes around the world. Included is an introduction to text features such as captions and labels. Using the FREE "Stretch-Your-Brain Generic Graphic Organizer," https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Stretch-Your-Brain-Generic-Graphic-Organizer-5003512, children can draw/write a response for this follow-up question,
What do we learn by using captions and labels in nonfictional text?
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Read Aloud for Circles
A little girl draws pictures having a circular shape.
Using your “Stretch-Your-Brain” graphic organizer, draw and/or write all that you’ve learned from the book, “Circles.”
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Read Aloud for The Drum Book
The Drum Book is a nonfiction book about different kinds of drums. A FREE graphic organizer is available at
(Kindergarten/DRA 3) Where is Little Mole? His mother is looking everywhere for him.
FREE sequence graphic organizer available at:
(Kindergarten/DRA 2) Read Aloud for the book, "The Tree Stump." This cute story is about some animals sharing a home inside a tree's stump. A FREE sequence chart for children to complete, either by drawing/writing, or by cutting/pasting the pictures found at the top of the graphic organizer.
(Kindergarten/DRA 2) Read Aloud for How to Make a Hen House
Students can either write and/or draw to complete this sequence graphic organizer designed to the book, "How to Make a Hen House," OR they can use the pictures at the top of the organizer as a cut and paste.
(Kindergarten/DRA 2) Read Aloud for Funny Faces
Children imitate an animal and when they do, they make a funny face
FREE compare/contrast graphic organizer at