In this unit, you will read "An Egg is Quiet" with your child. By learning some new vocabulary, making science observations about eggs, answering comprehension questions, and hatching a pretend egg, your child will understand the story and have fun. Your child will also learn what an author and illustrator do and learn the following sight words: you, all, am. This unit is designed to last one week, depending on how often you teach language arts.
|Read "An Egg is Quiet"||(no rating)|
Read "An Egg is Quiet" with your child and discuss the story with your child.
|Reading Comprehension for "An Egg is Quiet"||(no rating)|
Lots of new vocabulary words are introduced to your child in this book. Play this game to make sure your child comprehends these new words.
|Animals and Eggs Science Observation Sheet||(no rating)|
Use this science worksheet to gather information about the different animals in "An Egg is Quiet."
|Paper Mache Egg||(no rating)|
Create a paper mache egg with your child for a fun follow-up activity to the story.
|Introduce Sight Words||(no rating)|
Show your child flashcards with this week's sight words (you, all, am). You can either use store bought cards, make your own, or print them from the link.
|Sight Word Egg Match Puzzles||(no rating)|
Match the broken egg puzzles to create your sight words.
|Understand What an Author and Illustrator Do||(no rating)|
Read the books What Do Authors Do? and What Do Illustrators Do? by Eileen Christelow for your child to gain a better understanding of these jobs.
|Draw Like an Illustrator||(no rating)|
Practice what an illustrator does by completing this lesson.
|Coloring Pages||(no rating)|
Color this picture of a chick hatching from an egg.
|Printable Book||(no rating)|
Print out this book about animals that hatch out of eggs.
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