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I'm looking for stories to use for teaching predicting - no chapter books.
Any good ones ?
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Books for Predicting
Old 01-15-2008, 04:01 PM
 
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These books are recommended at http://www.fcrta.net/index.html.
(There are lists of books at this website for many other reading skills also.) Check it out!
Bad Day at Riverbend by Chris van Allsburg
Bea and Mr. Jones by Amy Schwartz
Cat Heaven by Cynthia Rylant use pictures
Cinnamon's Day Out by Susan L Roth subtitle: A Gerbil Adventure
Coyote Cry by Byrd Baylor
Day Gogo Went to Vote by Elinor Batezat Sisulu
It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw very simple
Just a Dream by Chris van Allsburg

Mouse's Birthday by Jane Yolen
Snow by Uri Shulevitz with text and illustrations
Suddenly by Colin McNaughton Great for K or 1st to introduce predicting
Tiger Called Thomas by Charlotte Zolotow use title
Tuesday by David Wiesner last page introduces pigs..what will happen when the pigs fly
Wretched Stone by Chris van Allsburg
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thanks Connie
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That is a great site. I was looking for list for strong characters. THERE IT WAS
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Thanks for the website. Some great books on there!
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I like to use "the Napping House" to model predicting. In reality, just make sure to choose a short book that has a circular plot. Don't forget to "think-aloud" the predicting process for them once or twice before starting to give them a little more control. Tell 'em what you're doing, then explicit show them how to do it.


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