Read this story at least three days in a row. You can read half on the first day, and the rest on the second day. By the third or fourth day, you should be very accurate and sound very fluent (reading smoothly, like talking). Click on the picture of the title page to begin to read the book. Read each page to your parent, babysitter, or an older sibling - if you get stuck on a word, try to make the sounds in the word - if you can’t work it out, your helper can tell you the word after you’ve had a try at it. After you read each page, your helper can ask you the questions at the bottom of each page and talk about those with you. When you have read the story two or three times, do the activity template (with a recording ) so I can hear how you sound as you read! OPTIONAL: follow-up task: Have you ever lost a pet or something else? What was it? What happened? Did you find it again and where has it been? Write a short story about it (click the button and select Note to write directly into Seesaw.) Be sure to check your spelling and punctuation, but do the best you can. If you chose to write your story on paper, you can share it with me by pushing the new post button and taking a photo of the story or making a video recording in which you can read out your story.
Record yourself reading this page (after you have practised it a couple of times to make sure you are accurate and are using the punctuation to make your voice sound expressive/like talking).