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Book 14 Workbook sample

Published by lfawcett, 2019-06-18 21:59:47

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The Card Shop Workbook Dr Lillian Fawcett & Julie Myers

SAMPLEIns Instructions The Workbooks are designed to provide comprehension activities that compliment and build on the Learn to Read Books. It is envisaged that students will read 6 pages of the book each night and there are two comprehension/activity sheets that relate to those 6 pages. Outlined below are some recommended oral activities: 1. Read the title and look at the pictures. • Ask your child to predict what the story might be about. • Pages 1 & 2: Pam and Ben are wishing for different things. What would you wish for? • Pages 3-10: Pam and Ben are making cards? What do you think they will do with the cards? Making cards would be a great craft activity. Discuss with your child the different times you would give a person a card, include occasions like thanking or congratulating a person. • Pages 11-16: Discuss what Tim and Sox are doing. How do you think that made Pam and Ben feel? Why? • Pages 19-30: What do you think has happened? 2. Ask your child to read 6 pages each night. At the end of each set of six pages you can do the following activities or ask the questions. • Day 1: Ask your child to find a particular phrase on each page to practise scanning. • Day 2: What do Pam and Ben do to help them remember all their ideas? How will they let people know that they have cards for sale? Find the sentence that tells you this. • Day 3: Why were Pam and Ben angry? Is it all Tim’s fault? Why? What do t you think his punishment should be? Who was their first customer? What did he buy? • Day 4: Why did the police come to Ben and Pam’s house? What do you think the boy will do with the money that he stole? Do you think he will be caught? If t so, where do you think they will find him? t • Day 5: Where did they find the boy? What had he done with the money? Why was Ben so upset? How would you describe the policeman? Why? Complete the activity sheets with your child and teach specific tcomprehension strategies such as going back into the story to check for the correct answer. © 2015 Dr Lillian Fawcett & Julie Myers

Write in the missing words. farm their they would them Ben thinks of ____________.SAMPLE trip to the farm. The farmer let ____________ feed his chicks and ____________ had chips and a chop for lunch. Pam and Ben’s pets Tim and Sox went to the farm too. His dog Tim was very bad at the ____________. He got a chick and ____________ not give it back to the farmer. © 2015 Dr Lillian Fawcett & Julie Myers

Use the words in the box to compare and contrast the old man and the big boy. SAMPLE good bad big old slow fast walked ran Old Man Big Boy © 2015 Dr Lillian Fawcett & Julie Myers

Often you can tell the meaning of a word from the words around it. Write the words which have the following meanings. Use the page number, the number of spaces and the provided letter to help you. • Move slowly, not run: • w _ _ _ (p.27) • Tug, take out: • _ u _ _ (p.28) • Belonging to two orSAMPLE • _ _ _ _ r (p.29) more people: • Now, at that time: • _ _ e _ (p.26) • When the sun shines, not • __y (p.6) night: • To put letters on paper: • w _ _ _ _ (p.5) • Perhaps, may: • _ _ _ h _ (p.16) • Not shut: • o _ _ _ (p.13) • You write on it: • _ _ p _ _ (p.8) • Must • _ h _ _ _ _ (p.21) © 2015 Dr Lillian Fawcett & Julie Myers

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