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Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend (Unit 5 Lesson 22) (7 Literacy Centers) Worksheets Booklets
Completely Revised! Now has 112 pages
Common Core Aligned
I have chosen 3 important skills that are taught in this story. I also have included a vocabulary definition match, making words center and ABC Order with vocabulary and comprehension questions. Also, a few printables to go with the story. Included are 7 Literacy Centers + Worksheets
**Homophones Directions:Read the sentences. Decide what word is missing in each. Match,
**Roll, Read, and Color (2 pages of 6 Spelling Words on each)
*Noun or Adjective? ~ Directions: Read the word. Decide if it is a noun or a verb, then sort. Complete worksheet ~ Highlight adjective, draw an arrow to the noun that it describes.
**Idioms Match the picture, meaning, and idiom to form a puzzle. Complete worksheet.
**Comprehension Questions about story ~Directions: Read each question. Find the answer and lay beside it. Complete Question page.
**Vocabulary Words Matching Puzzles (Match definitions)
**Vocabulary Flap Booklet (2 pages)
**Making Words (My Best Friend)
**ABC Order (vocabulary words)
*Venn Diagram (Compare Julian and Gloria)
*Comparing Adjectives flap book (-er and -est)
*2 pages ~Adjectives ~ Directions: List all of the words that you think of that describe Julian, then Gloria. Then write in a paragraph.
*Flap Book ~ Directions: Julian is the main character in this story. He talks, acts, and thinks like a real person. Use this flap book to describe Julian. Cut out and staple to writing page. Cut on dotted line. Lift flap and write a sentence (or more) to go with your picture.
Your students are sure to enjoy these hands-on activities.