This fun read aloud is perfect to teach treating about how to respect each others differences. This document includes notes for the teacher to refer to as you are reading the book. The notes are on squares that can be cut and pasted onto Post-It notes. When placed in the book on the designated pages, your Read Aloud is prepped and ready to go!
Each Post- It square contains one of the following:
- Read Aloud (Think Aloud prompt or Question)
- Author’s Craft
These are meant to help guide you in your read aloud. You can use as many or as few as you would like. The last post-it is intended to be blank for you to add any other teaching ideas. The questions can also be used as a formative assessment.
In order to use the Post-It Notes and place them on the appropriate page, it helps to add the page numbers to the book if they are not already listed. For the purposes of these plans, page 1 starts with “It all began with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.”
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