Looking Down Book Level 3-5

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A boy talks about the things he can see as he is looking down on the city from a balcony. Word Study – High-frequency words: Down, I, can, see, some, down, up, here, – Punctuation: full stops, exclamation mark, capital letters, – Phonics and phonemic awareness: – – s – see, some, streets, shops – – c – can, cars, – – D, d – Down, dogs, down, – – th – there, – – onsets and rimes – c/an, w/ay, – – plurals – birds, cars, dogs, shops, streets, trees, Skills and Strategies Reading Looking Down will reinforce the following objectives and give the children the opportunity to: – use knowledge of onset and rime to create new words, – emphasise left-to-right movement to reinforce directionality, – locate information, – write labels or captions for a specific purpose, Materials – copies of words and punctuation for this book from page 138, – copies of BLM, pencils, scissors, glue, markers, – a large piece of paper, toy, cars, toy people, toy buildings, magazines, pictures of buildings, cars and people, photocopies of pictures of the children in the class. For more information please see our Lesson Plan.

AuthorJill Brasell

SeriesFirst Stories


Guided Reading Level3-4

GenreGeneral Narrative

Theme/TopicLeisure and Recreation | School and Community

Strategy/SkillsInformation skills | Phonemic awareness | Text structure

Page Count16

Word Count66