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ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com Name ____________________________ SKILL: INITIAL CONSONANT Pp THE CITY • LEVEL aa • 2 pan INSTRUCTIONS: Have students write the letter Pp under the pictures that begin with the same sound as the word pan. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com for thousands of books and materials. com Go, Go, Go Go, Go, Go Level aa Leveled Reader © 2002 Learning Page, Inc. Written by Brian Roberts Illustrated by Nora Voutas Written by Brian Roberts Illustrated by Nora Voutas ReadingA–ZTM © Learning Page, Inc.
Com Big Big Level aa Leveled Reader © 2002 Learning Page, Inc. Written by Cheryl Ryan Illustrated by Joe Boddy Written by Cheryl Ryan Illustrated by Joe Boddy ReadingA–ZTM © Learning Page, Inc. All rights reserved. Learning Page 1630 E. com Correlation LEVEL aa Fountas & Pinnell Reading Recovery DRA A 1 A –1 A big house. A big dog. 3 4 A big car. A big bus. 5 6 A big tree. A big plane. 7 8 A big dinosaur. A big elephant. 9 10 Name ____________________________ pin bus strawberry dinosaur BIG • LEVEL aa • 1 Little pencil elephant house bug SKILL: COMPARE AND CONTRAST Big INSTRUCTIONS: Have students cut out the big things and paste them on the page labeled Big.
7 8 Me. My family and me. 9 10 MY FAMILY • LEVEL aa • 1 Name ____________________________ SKILL: COMPARE AND CONTRAST Family in the Book My Family INSTRUCTIONS: Have students draw and label the people from the family in the book in the top box. Have them draw and label the people in their own family in the bottom box. Have them circle any family members that are the same in both families. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com brother mother grandmother grandfather sister father SKILL: NOUNS MY FAMILY • LEVEL aa • 2 Name ____________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Have students cut out and paste the naming words, or nouns, under the correct picture.