Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Pocket Chart Stories Using Children's Names

Another way to use pocket charts to enhance language development.
Add to the interest by adding the children’s names to the pocket chart stories.  Children enjoy hearing and seeing their names in print.  All children get the biggest kick and laugh out of hear their name and their friend’s names being used in story form.

Retelling Stories using Children’s Names and a Pocket Charts
On sentence strips write the base words (story) and a line that the children can fill in.  Next have sentence strips with the children’s names and words with pictures to make the pocket chart story.  Have the children place the names and words in the pocket chart where the lines are.  Then have the children retell the story by reading the pocket chart aloud as a group reading experience. 
Packet Includes
• I went Camping

• Down on the Farm
• Race Car Drivers
• When I Grow Up
• I Can Ride In…
• I Went Swimming

You can purchase it on Teachers Pay Teachers  for $2.50

Sample Pages

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