Hungry Caterpillar Reading with Phonics This month The Learning Lady has been working with some Reception classes to explore the minibeasts in their school grounds.
For some reason though, when I think of dice games, my mind always jumps to math and probability. My mind is churning uh oh! I have a feeling this year will be fun as I continue to explore and develop literacy-focused dice activities to use with my students.
I hope you find these resources helpful as you head back to school and continue to build up your own instructional toolbox! With each roll of the dice three total! Download your copy here or click the picture below! Once students collected their three story elements, they recorded them on a graphic organizer included in freebie!
For fluency practice, I created a Roll-an-Emotion! Cards are not included in the sample, but you can use any cards you have that list simple words, phrases, or sentences.
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