Starting in September, each team spends the next 17 weeks playing games. Do you have a favorite football team you will watch this year? Materials: Printable Student Worksheet Starter: Say: Why do you think that drawing inferences is something that you need to do? Allow the students to answer. Main: Say: We all draw inferences when we are reading. It is important to be able to draw inferences because many times you need to be able to draw a conclusion based on information that has not been stated.
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Drawing an inference is also called reading between the lines and you do it when you are reading and when you are having a conversation with someone. In science texts, you are often given many details and a lot of information. You need to be able to understand that information and draw conclusions about what is being stated. For example, you might read a text that says that there were pieces of an egg found in a nest. What inference would you make? You would infer that a bird had hatched out of the egg that was in the nest. In science texts, it is important to understand the difference between an observation and an inference.
An observation is something that someone has seen and then written about. Scientists use inferences all of the time, especially when they are learning about something that they cannot actually see or touch, like fossils or outer space.
Now, you are going to read a paragraph about a science topic. While you are reading, pay attention to the details and to any inferences that you might be drawing while you read.
Then, you will answer the questions. Does anyone have any questions? Feedback: Say: Who would like to share their answers? Allow the students to share and go over the answers. Why or why not? Main: Say: A fairytale is a story written for children that has magic or imaginary beings and lands. Fairytales are meant to be entertaining. All fairytales have certain elements that are the same. One of the characters in the fairytale is usually royalty, such as a prince, princess, king or queen. One of the characters is usually poor or from a poor working family.
Another element of a fairytale is that something magical happens.
There might be a spell cast, animals talking or fairies, trolls or elves. Fairytales have a problem that needs to be solved. Generally, it takes three tries to solve the problem.
Numbers or patterns are also common in fairytales. Now, you are going to read two fairytales. While you are reading them, think about how they are the same and how they are different. Think about the different elements of a fairytale and which elements they have. Then, you will fill in the table. What aspects of the fairy tales are the same? What aspects are different? Lesson Plan: Compare and Contrast Fairytales.
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The third one was about a cat I liked this one! The third one was about a cat impatiently waiting for her breakfast.
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I think I liked the last one--the one about breakfast--best of all. Jul 26, Jobiska Cindy rated it it was ok Shelves: cats , children. Somehow these stories seemed somewhat pedestrian compared to, for example, "The Yummy Bug. Sep 21, Nancy Kotkin rated it liked it Shelves: pub-hmh , children-short-stories , chapter-books , cb , reads , stars-3 , children-interactive , early-readers , animal-stories.
Awkward use of second-person POV doesn't read well.
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Recommend reading that one instead, though diehard cat fans will want to indulge in both. Mar 07, Beckyt rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-that-made-me-happy , children-s , millions-of-cats. These books are so cute! They would be super-fun for little readers to read aloud -- to their cats! I would have loved to read this to my unruly kitty cat when I was a kid.
Jane Humane rated it liked it Feb 03, Elise G rated it liked it Jan 17, Jewel Araneta rated it it was amazing Oct 21, Jul 23, Debra rated it really liked it Shelves: early-transitional-readers. Great transitional series for my second graders. Brenda Steffens rated it liked it Jun 10, Msbookgal rated it really liked it Jan 27, M rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Valerie rated it really liked it Mar 01, Pixie rated it it was amazing Jul 01, Jennifer Custer rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Hanno Schwartz rated it liked it Aug 29, Heidi rated it really liked it Jun 26, Smith Family rated it really liked it Nov 13, Jean rated it liked it Mar 23, Sabina rated it really liked it Jul 31, Dawn rated it liked it Oct 01, Viki Bridge rated it really liked it Nov 01, Description Did you ever wonder why your dog sleeps so much?
Perhaps your dog is bored. Maybe it's raining and your dog can't go outside. On days like this, you can always read a book. But most dogs can't read, even the smart ones. There is something really nice you can do for your dog, however.
Sara Swan Miller and True Kelley have joined forces to create three new and funny dog adventures. Read your dog the stories in this book--and always remember to pet your dog while you read! Other books in this series.