Sunday, July 11, 2010

Rhyming Dust Bunnies Lesson Plan

A group of dust bunnies rhyme all the time — well, everyone except Bob. Much to the other bunnies' frustration, Bob can never get the rhythm right. Then he saves everyone from a big scary monster that's wielding a broom. Can Bob save them from the next attack?
 DRA: 28-30

Guided Reading: N

 Begining Reader Book

Before Reading:

Talk to your child about rhyming words.

During Reading:

Encourage your child to participate in reading this book by thinking of words that rhyme with the words in the book. When each Dust Bunny asks for words that rhyme with “car” or “cat”, have your child come up with suggestions of their own before you read the other dust bunies answers. Their suggestions will make Bob’s ill-rhymed words all the better.

Language Arts

Find words that rhyme with dog with this Dust Bunny Rhyming Worksheet

Match the rhyming words on this worksheet.

Perform a kind of Readers’ Theater with this book. Make these cute little dust bunny puppets and have your children act out the story.

You can watch this story being read below:

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