Tom And Sam Have a Fight, Literacy, Grade 2, 3
Tom and Sam Have a Fight But they find a way to make up. Target spelling is ft and lt at the end, eg felt. The reading task is built around the target words.
This is a stand-alone literacy activity. It suits parents who help their children with home learning. The activities include
- locating words in the story with the target spelling pattern and then writing them out.
- There is a question about the number of paragraphs in the story and then the learner needs to go back to the sixth paragraph.
- The learner then writes a simple plan based on paragraphs and writes their own account from the plan.
Grade 2 and Grade 3 children with adults teaching them. I have used this material many times in my own teaching work and I’m making it available for any parent to download and use. Some additional explanations and instructions have been added to make it easy.
Tom And Sam Have a Fight
Tom And Sam Have A Fight and they make friends again. The target spelling words are -ft and –lt terminals That is, words that end in ft or lt, such as left and milk.
- finding words in the story with the target spelling pattern
- and then writing them out.
- There is a question about the number of paragraphs in the story and then the learner needs to go back to the sixth paragraph. This teaches and reinforces the word paragraph.
- The child then writes a simple plan based on paragraphs and writes their own account from the plan.
Who Uses Tom And Sam Have a Fight
Grades 2 and 3 and their parents. Others can use this as well. It can be used on a one to one basis or for small groups in school settings.
A Helpful Item
This Page offers loads of suggestions and numbered points. I give you How To teach the reading and How To test to make sure your child knows all the Sight Words he or she should. It’s a must-read for parents.
A Similar Item
This link takes you to Mrs Mellow’s Car Breaks Down.