Luke Goes to Bat
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Table of Contents
Black History Project Sheet p. 4-5
Five Favorite Sports p. 6
If I was a baseball..Writing and Craftiviity p. 11-13
Spelling and High Frequency Practice p. 14-15
Luke Goes to Bat Vocab Foldable p. 16- 19
Sequence of Events p. 20-25
Pronoun Sentences Foldable Past/ Future p. 26-27
Thank you and credits p. 28
Explanation of Pack
Black History Project Sheet :
This is a project sheet I send out for a project.
2. Five Favorite Sports:
Students fill this out about their favorite sports.
3. Antonym Words Booklet :
This is a book that students make of antonym words. I make extra copies of the second page of this booklet so they can think of more antonym words. I also print them back to back.
4. If I was a baseball player Writing and Craftiviity :
This is a writing project and craft that you can tie in with the Story.
5. Spelling and High Frequency Practice:
Students practice their Spelling and High Frequency words for this lesson.
6. Luke Goes to BatVocab Foldable:
Print these pages back to back. Students fold these pages “hotdog” ways. They fill out the foldable
accordingly. If they are struggling with the definition portion, they can look it up in the glossary at the back of their book.
7. Sequence of Events activity:
Students fill this out about the story. It ends up being a little book in the shape of a baseball.
8. Pronoun Sentences Past/ Present Flip Flap :
Print back to back. Students then will fold it, and it fill it out accordingly. This is working with the idea of subject verb agreement between pronouns and verbs in sentences.
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