Strategies at Work: The Bear Ate Your Sandwich (K-2) - Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom

Strategies at Work: The Bear Ate Your Sandwich (K-2)

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Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!

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Does your school participate in Read For The Record? It's on October 27, 2016, and this year's book is such a fun one! Even if you don't join in with Jumpstart, you will still love to use this book with you K-2 kiddos.


The Bear Ate Your Sandwich is the story of a bear, lost in a city. He comes across many things in this "strange new forest," and one of them is YOUR SANDWICH! But wait... was it really a bear that ate it? You'll have to read to find out! :)


This book is full of wonderful vocabulary words that your young kiddos should learn. I have created a lesson to help you teach some of the words in the story.


Before reading the book, help students understand the words they are going to hear in the story. Display the sandwich cards with the sentence and picture clue. Talk to students about what they think the word might mean based on the context and the picture.
Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!


While reading the book, students should listen for the vocabulary words. They can snap when they hear it. Talk again about the meaning to make sure they understand the word and how it is used.

Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!


After reading the book, give students the vocabulary activity. They should shade the sandwiches with the word and definition that match the same color.

Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!

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Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!


And, of course, you have to get the mentor sentence for this book, too! (Not familiar with mentor sentences? Check them out here!) It will be a great way to extend the vocabulary word, "interesting" as they use it in their own sentences.

Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!

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Ideas by Jivey presents a mentor text lesson on vocabulary for K-2 students with the book, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. Free vocabulary cards and activities are provided so you can teach this in your classroom tomorrow!

3 comments

  1. I've never heard of Read for the Record so thanks for introducing me to that! The vocabulary cards you made to go along with the book are adorable.

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  2. I LOVE the slices of bread visual!!!! The kids will love that :) Thank you so much.
    Julie
    The Techie Teacher

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  3. I am so glad you shared this lesson idea. It is perfect for primary, and I can't wait to recommend it to my K-2 teachers. Thanks for joining in again!!
    Carla

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