Stew for Dinner

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In Stew for Dinner the reader follows a girl and her grandfather make a stew using vegetables and fish. Word Study – High-frequency words: All, for, Some, the, went, We, – Punctuation: full stops, exclamation mark, capital letters, – Phonics and phonemic awareness: – – p – peas, pepper, pot, potato, – – S s – Stew, Some, salt stew – – – th – the, – – sh – fish, – – onsets and rimes – p/ot, – – compound word – into, Skills and Strategies Reading Stew for Dinner will reinforce the following objectives and give the children the opportunity to: – identify high-frequency or interest words, – understand that text must make sense and use cues to monitor this, – monitor reading and ensure that it is making sense using meaning and structural and visual information from the story, – prepare for independent writing using a variety of methods, Materials- copies of BLM, pencils, markers, – paper, scissors, glue, examples of some of the vegetables described in the story.

Themes covered in this book are: Food and Relationships

Reading Level: 3-5 (Red)

AuthorDon Long

SeriesFirst Stories


Guided Reading Level3-4


Theme/TopicFood | Relationships

Strategy/SkillsComprehension strategies | Vocabulary and word study

Page Count16

Word Count56