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October Book Companions

Picture book companions for your favorite Halloween books! There are visual supports for students to use to ask and answer questions from the text.

$5.00

October Book Companions

Description

Support ALL learners in your classroom with these comprehension response boards.

Students can respond through picture and text support while asking and answering questions based on the following read aloud books:

  • Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
  • Pumpkin Soup by Helen Lester
  • The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams
  • Creepy Pair of Underwear by Aaron Reynolds

Comprehension support included for each read aloud:

  • Teacher Questions – 20+ questions based on the text, mentor sentence, and story vocabulary all on one page with room for data notes
  • Comprehension Picture Board – story vocabulary with both picture/text
  • Mentor Sentence Writing Board – writing response page with mentor sentence and word bank (story vocabulary)
  • Picture Word Bank Writing Board – writing response page using vocabulary (picture/text) from book
  • Comprehension Visual Response Board – an “all in one” response board featuring WH questions, sequencing, main idea and key details, summarizing, and story elements (story grammar).

How I use these Comprehension Boards:

I recommend using these visual response boards in your small reading groups. I will insert two pages (back to back) into one dry erase sleeve. Students can respond by pointing, circling their answer with a dry erase marker, or even “covering up” their response using mini-erasers or other manipulatives. The writing pages could also be used for independent work or in centers.

 

 

 

 

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