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10 9 We can get in a rocket. We can zoom away. Name ____________________________ Fantasy in the book in my mind in my mind in my mind in my mind SKILL: REALITY AND FANTASY in the book GOING AWAY • LEVEL C • 1 Reality INSTRUCTIONS: Have students draw something real from the book and something make-believe from the book in the first row of boxes. Then have them draw two things they can think of not in the book (“in my mind”) that are real and two things that are make-believe. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved.
Yummy, yummy. 5 8 I like carrots and peas. Yummy, yummy. I like corn on the cob. Yummy, yummy. 7 10 I don’t like lima beans. Yucky, yucky. I like cookies and milk. Yummy, yummy. 9 Name ____________________________ YUMMY, YUMMY • LEVEL C • 1 Foods the boy likes SKILL: COMPARE AND CONTRAST Foods we both like Foods I like INSTRUCTIONS: Have students list the foods that the boy likes that they do not like in the top circle. Have them list the foods they both like in the middle. Have them list foods they like that the boy may not like in the bottom circle.
Com SKILL: RHYME BIRTHDAY PARTY • LEVEL C • 2 Name ____________________________ # INSTRUCTIONS: Identify each picture with students. Have them cut apart the picture cards and sort them into rhyming pairs. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com for thousands of books and materials. Yummy, Yummy Level C Leveled Reader © 2002 Learning Page, Inc. Written by Brian Roberts Illustrated by Beth Buffington ReadingA–ZTM © Learning Page, Inc. All rights reserved. Learning Page 1630 E.