Word of the Day Level II: Magnify – mag·ni·fy – [mag-nuh-fahy] – /ˈmæg nəˌfaɪ/
What can the students magnify?
Note: Microscope, Telescope, Binoculars, Magnifying Glass, Glasses, etc…
Reading Rainbow Level One Page 39: Spots (PDF &Textbook)
Ask the students what is the title of the story, and explain that a book has many parts, just as our bodies have many parts.
- Front Cover 2. Back Cover
- Papers – Pages 3. U.P.C. Bar Code (Computer Language)
The dog has spots.
The dog is standing in the grass.
A cow has spots.
The pig has spots.
The pig is standing in the dirt.
A ladybug has spots.
Ladybug is an insect, has wings and can fly.
Ladybug is on the leaf, and a leaf is part of a flowers or trees which are plants.
The frog has spots.
A frog is an amphibian and some frogs hibernate in the winter.
The fish has spots.
The cat has spots.
The clown has spots! – [kloun] – /klaʊn/ – noun (A comic performer, as in a circus.)
Reading Rainbow Workbook Level One Page 39: Spots
Give the students 5 minutes to complete Reading Workbook Page 39: Spots
Swap workbooks with different students for corrections.
Ask the students what they can see.
Reading Rainbow Level One:
Page 39: Spots – Study the Story.