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Sequencing "A Pocket for Corduroy"

Use this product to help your students sequence “A Pocket For Corduroy” by Don Freeman.  Copy the cover  ocket, the fold tabs, the words and pictures.  Students start by matching picture to words and gluing those to tabs.  (See sample.)  Each students needs 4 small envelopes. Have them lick and stick and then cut in half forming two small pockets. (See sample.) Students will then glue pockets into “pocket” book made of  onstruction paper.  Then number them 1-8.  Students will place folded flaps into correct pockets.

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Lesson Plan Details

Grade Level:
Kindergarten
Secondary Grade Level(s):
Preschool, 1st Grade
Subject:
Language
Subject Area:
Reading - Foundational Skills
Unit:
General
Length:
30 Minutes
Included Content:
Not Specified
Keywords:
Sequencing, Reading, Literacy Center, Balanced Literacy, Ell, Esl

Common Cores

Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.

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A Pocket for corduroy SAMPLE Portable Document Format

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