Daisy Comes Home by Jan Brett Activities in Digital and PDF

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Daisy Comes Home is a sweet book, and having resources to go with it makes a HUGE difference. This comprehensive Daisy Comes Home unit includes materials that pair well including an ABC brainstorm about hens, preselected vocabulary and word cards, comprehension materials for a variety of skills, a hen craft, and writing assignments. All you need to do is write up plans as your district requires.

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Daisy Comes Home is a sweet book, and having resources to go with it makes a HUGE difference. This comprehensive Daisy Comes Home unit includes materials that pair well including an ABC brainstorm about hens, preselected vocabulary and word cards, comprehension materials for a variety of skills, a hen craft, and writing assignments. All you need to do is write up plans as your district requires.

ABOUT DAISY COMES HOME:

Daisy Comes Home by Jan Brett is a great mentor text to use near the Chinese New Year or if you are learning about hens. In true Jan Brett tradition, this book is rich with character, vocabulary and has gorgeous illustrations. Your students will fall in love with Daisy just like they do with Hedgie, and you’ll love the unit’s ease of use.

ABOUT THE DAISY COMES HOME UNIT:

In this bundle, you get the activities in any form you like…Black and White for printing, Google Slides TM. These comprehension focused activities will make planning so much easier saving you tons of time. The resource includes skill based activities for the following skills as well as writing extension, a craft activity, and vocabulary.

ACTIVITIES TO USE WITH DAISY COMES HOME:

  • Schema builder-ABC brainstorm
  • Vocabulary introduction and Word Cards
  • I Know, I See, I Wonder
  • Story Elements
  • Sequencing anchor chart and organizer
  • Making Comparisons
  • Making Connections
  • Hen Craft and Writing
  • Discussion Task Cards
  • Answer Form
  • Narrative Writing-8 pages with step by step activities

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WHAT OTHER TEACHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT MY JAN BRETT UNITS & BUNDLES:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Ashley P says, “I fell in love with Jan Brett’s books two years ago. When December rolled around, I knew I would conduct an author’s study about Jan Brett. With being a teacher, I was strapped for time. I looked at several pre-made author’s study, but found them only covering one or two books. I wanted to immerse my students into several of her books. This packet has lesson plans, activities, and printable writing activities for ten books. It was well worth the money. Thank for you all the hard work creating these activities. I am elated to use in next week.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Heather S says, “Love this! Jan Brett is my favorite author and it is so nice to find cc aligned stuff! Please continue on with the rest of her books and make a volume 2! :-)”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Bonnie T says, “Amazing bundle! We have so many meetings at this time of year and these activities have been perfect to leave for my sub. The students get practice in a variety of skills and my sub loves it because the books are so engaging to students! Thanks!”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mary Elizabeth T. says, “I love this bundle! It is perfect to go along with my Jan Brett novel study! ”

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