describe plot elements, including the main events, the problem, and the resolution, for texts read aloud and independently; and
A template to use when exploring or planning a narrative story.
A worksheet to use when teaching students about characters and how to make inferences.
Introduce your kindergarten and first-grade students to the elements of a story using this interactive Google Slides activity.
Practice identifying characters, settings, problems, and solutions in fictional text with this set of worksheets.
Demonstrate learning about the parts of a story with a printable set of Jack be Nimble Story Element worksheets.
Identify characters, setting, and parts of a story with kindergarten reading worksheets featuring the Little Miss Muffet nursery rhyme.
Read and retell the story within the tale of Little Miss Muffet with a set of retelling pocket chart cards.
Read and retell the story of Jack Be Nimble with a set of retell pocket chart cards.
Sequence the events in “Hey Diddle Diddle” with a set of retelling pocket chart cards.
Identify characters, setting, and parts of a story with kindergarten reading worksheets featuring the “Hey, Diddle, Diddle” nursery rhyme.
Practice identifying problems and solutions with an interactive clip card activity.
Engage young readers in texts with a dramatic reading of “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” and accompanying story retelling activity.
Build a foundation of literary concepts and skills with this set of 12 fiction reading response cards.
Five sets of literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with issue 1 of Teach Starter's Grade 1 magazine.
A set of 12 task cards for primary students to use after reading a picture book.