1.) Choose your absolute favorite book to read and read it with an adult or sibling! Can you read this book without having to stop to sound out words? Read it more than once to practice!
2.) Discuss with an adult who the author and illustrator are of the story. Then discuss who the characters of the story are, what the setting is, and what the problem in the story was. What did the characters do to solve it? If the book is informational, what are somethings you learned from reading the book?
3.) Review all of the sight words we have learned so far this year. Use your sight word cards you have been creating or the list below to count how many words you remember correctly!
Complete the booklet below to show off all of the skills you learned this year and to remember the wonderful times we had making new friends and learning so many new things!I know this year did not end the way we planned, but I am so glad we had such a wonderful class and we got to make so many amazing memories in the time we were together! Have a fantastic summer!
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