Can retelling a story be meaningful, yet engaging and fun? Yes…absolutely! Retelling bracelets are so much fun and can be done as a whole-group activity (after a read-aloud), in a small group, with a partner or even independently. I have now included printables to go along with them. So here is a pack of activities JUST for hitting the RL.K.3 standard of story elements. You can use the various activities for any type of non-informational/fiction book.
•Retelling Interactive Anchor Chart Pieces
•Gingerbread Man Retelling Pieces
•Retelling Bracelet Recording Sheet (2 versions)
•Retelling Bracelet Recording Sheet w/ Picture Drawing
•Retelling Bracelet Recording Sheet w/ Writing Lines
•Retell Puzzle w/ Picture Drawing
•Retell Puzzle w/ Writing Lines
•Retell Flip Book
•Story Elements Prompt Cards
•Story Element Bookmark
•Journal Flip Book w/ Picture Drawing
•Journal Flip Pages w/ Writing
Standard Of Focus:
With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
“Thank you for this resource! Our reading program materials are only informational text, but our standards right now deal with nonfiction. This resource is so helpful with the NF books I have to bring in to supplement our curriculum.” – Amanda
“Great product!” – Ashley
“This is great! THANK YOU!” – GoTeachGo
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