Foundational Reading Lesson - Distinguish between Information provided by Pictures or other Illustrations and Information provided by the Words in a Text, Grade 1

  • Activity 1 / More About Pelicans Worksheet

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    Sometimes complex sentences can reveal a lot about a topic, even if there are only a few sentences in a passage! Train your little reader to look for all the clues that words provide by using this interesting worksheet about pelicans! While reading, your child will enjoy a little more about pelicans. Read each sentence carefully! Based upon the passage, answer the questions that follow to finish!

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  • Activity 2 / Take a Look - Part 1 Worksheet

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    Young learners gain more understanding of a text by using picture clues when reading.  Often when reading fiction or an informational text, students look at pictures and learn the meaning of key vocabulary or other words shown in an illustration. This is a valuable comprehension strategy for early readers.  Ask your students to look at this worksheet and see what they learn from just looking at the picture.

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