At The End Of The Day (Asean)

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What’s the best way to end the day? This class has the answer. At The End Of The Day describes how a class of children enjoy a massage circle at the end of their school day.

The features of this book are:

  • The sequence of steps involved in making a massage circle.
  • The use of photographs to support the text.
  • The use of “s” to denote the plural form “hands”, “shapes”, “circles”, “fingers”, and “hugs”.
  • The contractions:- “we’re”, “we’ve”, and “it’s”.
  • The use of question marks and exclamation marks.

At the End of the Day can be used in a guided reading setting to introduce and reinforce the following skills and strategies:

  • Recognising and reading a range of different word patterns including word endings
  • Understanding the punctuation cues and their meanings
  • Discussing new vocabulary and extending understanding
  • Writing using pictures to support the events in the story.

Themes covered in this book are: School and Community

Reading Level:19-20 (Purple)

AuthorTrish Puharich

SeriesLM Literacy

Year Level2

Fiction/NonfictionNon-fiction

Guided Reading Level19

GenreExplanation

Theme/TopicSchool and Community

Strategy/SkillsExploring text structure | Exploring writers craft | Visualising

Page Count12

Word Count336

ISBN0

Dimensions165 x 145