Turquoise Level 17 PM Readers Follow Up Activities

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Description

This resource provides follow-up activities for a selection of 12 Turquoise Level 17 PM readers found in New Zealand and Australian schools. An engaging format is used to develop your students’ sense of agency and independence – perfect for your reading rotations.
 
Save your time and know that your students are completing follow-up activities featuring a range of reading and fine motor skills.
 
These activities meet many of the requirements for the New Zealand Literacy Skills Progressions for Reading at the End of Year One. These are skills that your students need!
 
***This resource is provided in A4 paper size and British spelling.***
 
In this Turquoise Level 17 PM readers activities pack you will receive:
 
1. 24 engaging follow-up activities for Turquoise Level 17 readers (2 per book)
  • Some activity pages contain QR codes for students to listen to the book again or learn more about the topic of the book.
  • Some activity pages have decoding and writing practice activities.
 
  • The texts included are:
    • Little Dinosaur Escapes
    • Rescuing Nelson
    • Toby and the Accident
    • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    • Stone Soup
    • The Cabin in the Hills
    • Little Red Riding Hood
    • Nelson the Baby Elephant
    • Come Back, Pip!
    • Tricking the Tiger
    • That’s Not Our Dog!
    • Ducks on the Run!
 
 
2. A range of engaging activities including:
  • finding and recalling detail from the text
  • cloze tasks
  • sequencing the story
  • identifying the problem and solution
  • making text-to-self connections
  • hands-on activities
3. 27 Turquoise-level high-frequency sight word flashcards
 
Please note: To use this resource, you need to have access to the Turquoise Level 17 PM readers listed above, found in many New Zealand and Australian primary schools.
 
Answers have not been included.

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