STELLALUNA ALOUD QUESTIONS
Stellaluna and Questions Answered! - Step into 2nd Grade
Oct 13, 2015So, we finished off the week reading nonfiction books about bats. We continued to make connections to Stellaluna as we were learning new information. One of my students even mentioned, “You know if Stellaluna weren’t a fruit bat then it wouldn’t have been quite as
Stellaluna read by Pamela Reed - YouTube
Click to view on Bing11:18May 21, 2012Stellaluna is written and illustrated by Janell Cannon and read by Pamela Reed. When Stellaluna is separated from her mother before she is old enough to fly, she finds out that not all wingedAuthor: StorylineOnlineViews: 3
Stellaluna Read-Aloud Activities | Study
Stellaluna as a Read-Aloud. Are you looking for strong books to read out loud to your elementary aged students? Stellaluna, by Janell Cannon, is a wonderful choice. This book has a compelling plot
"Stellaluna" Lesson Plans - Varsity Tutors
Stellaluna by Janell Cannon Lesson plans and teaching resources Animal Study: From Fiction to Facts This lesson describes how to use selected fiction and nonfiction literature and careful questioning techniques to help students identify factual information about animals. Children first identify possible factual information from works of fiction which are read aloud, then they listen to read
Stellaluna Printables, Classroom Activities, Teacher
Stellaluna, a bat, escaped from an owl but lost her mother in the attack. Adopted by a mother bird, she learned to live like a bird until she was reunited with her mother. But Stellaluna doesn’t forget her bird friends, who took care of her and helped her survive. A lovely story portraying the power of resilience and friendship. Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher
Lesson Plan: Stellaluna - NYSUT
Jul 23, 2015Lesson Plan: Stellaluna « Back. Testing/Assessments and Learning Standards 3 - If a child is having a difficult time finding a vocabulary word, he/she may benefit from someone reading the text aloud. Once they hear the word, he/she may be able to find it more easily. TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTIONS SEQUENCE:
Teaching with Stellaluna: Turning Readers Into Comprehenders
Teaching with Stellaluna: Turning Readers Into Comprehenders. As another rotation we use Storyline Online on YouTube to listen to Stellaluna read aloud. Students also ask questions of the author and include their summaries.
Stellaluna Literature Guide - TeacherVision
Stellaluna Extension Activities. Prereading Activities: Word Web. Before reading Stellaluna have the children do a word web on bats. Be sure that emotions elicited by bats are included as well as physical descriptions. Share the information from the ''Bat Notes'' at the back of the book, including the fact that there are two major types of bats and nearly a thousand different varieties.
Stellaluna - Storyline Online
When Stellaluna is separated from her mother before she is old enough to fly, she finds out that not all winged creatures eat fruit. Swallowing food that crawls is just one of the many amazing things this little fruit bat must learn to do.
Stellaluna Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources Author
Teachers enjoy reading Stellaluna aloud to their students during the month of October to coincide with Halloween or during a thematic study about bats. This popular children's book can also be read anytime of the year to focus on friendship and to promote a positive message of accepting and celebrating people's differences.