My Lucky Day by: Keiko Kasza by Megan Lanier on PreziMaking inferences is an important skill that learners need to have as they comprehend text. Making inferences takes comprehension to a deeper level than just the surface. Find more comprehension strategies paired with picture books in our Comprehension Reading Strategies series. As you read the book, stop reading the book in the spots that match the pictures on the printable page. Learners can write their answer or draw their answer in each section.
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I absolutely love this blog post! I love how you explained explicitly how you would model the think aloud for students. It's so vitally important for students to see us doing that each time. In my classroom, I would be doing this same exact thing, but marking it down on post it notes so we can come back to those thoughts later and write a reader's response. I'm always encouraging students to be "engaged" readers and take note as they read- such as the italics in text, or the pictures. I love that book too! Thanks also for the shout out!
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What could be better than a book with a surprise ending for kindergarteners??? Not many things can compare to the pure pleasure I experience when I watch the little faces in front of me react to a great book like My Lucky Day by Keiko Kasza.
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