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Ms. Melendez

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The Snowy Day Visualizing

I can visualize a story and compare what I pictured to the pictures in the story. 1. Click 2. 1 - Click and go to the story. Close your eyes and just listen! As you listen to the story, use the words to help you visualize, or create a mental picture. Draw what you pictured. Record your reasoning. 3. 2- Click and go to the story. This time, watch the video as you listen! As you watch the story, think about how the pictures in the video are similar or different than the ones you created. Write , or draw and record , what you noticed. What was the same? What was different? 4. Click

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, English Language Arts, Home Learning, Reading
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Students should already have some practice visualizing before completing this activity. Based off of the story The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats.