and also joining in with
I made these little apple counters to fit in with our autumnal theme for this month heading towards Halloween celebrations. A big thank you to Granny Goes to School for her lovely apple graphics and to Carrie for the use of her Dnealian font
Granny Goes to School is also responsible for inspiring me to create this week's freebie - which I think will link well to Halloween through its monster theme - a little emergent reader strip book (easy to print, cut out and make in larger quantities if necessary). Mine will be going home with some of the children who very rarely get to take books home because they never return but this is cheap enough to give them a book and who cares if it doesn't come back they will have the opportunity to read at home or even better to a younger sibling (I have found in the past that if children expose their younger siblings to these books those siblings are much better at reading by the time they come to school!) These will be used when we look at Not Now Bernard (a favourite book of mine) by David McKee.
The little book contains both statement sentences as well as questions for comprehension requiring a simpe yes or no answer which make them perfect as an introduction to comprehension exercises.
If you would like a copy head over to my TpT store for US English version:
or for the English spelling version
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Please check out Granny Goes to School blog as she has so many other great clipart products and freebies which I am sure will inspire you.
Have a great weekend everyone.