This week I am talking about Snappsy the Alligator! (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book!) by Julie Falatko.
Mentor Text for List Writing
Book Talk Tuesday: Snappsy the Alligator book with fun, list writing reading response! Check it out!
My kiddos LOVED this book! Poor Snappsy didn’t want to be in this book, yet and annoying narrator is following him around describing his every step!
My kiddos LOVED this book! Poor Snappsy didn’t want to be in this book, yet an annoying narrator is following him around describing his every step! I love it that you can find some book trailers on Youtube!
I love it that you can find some book trailers on Youtube!
Here is the one for poor Snappsy.
He doesn’t eat small woodland creatures, he goes to the grocery store! It’s just a coincindence that he likes a multitude of foods that being with the letter P! He decides that maybe this party thing isn’t so bad. He also discovers that the narrator isn’t so bad after all!
As a class we discussed narrators and what they do. We also did some acting! One person did some things in our classroom and another played the narrator. It was a lot of fun!
We also spent some time with Party Planning! We had a big discussion about what one needs to throw a party, then we worked on the List Writing Reading Response to help Snappsy throw HIS next party!
We had a lot of fun discussing music, food (lots of P foods), and decorations!
I hope that your kiddos enjoy Snappsy, the Narrator, and the List Writing Reading Response too!
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This notebook has been so valuable for tracking reading progress! I have created multiple notebooks for multiple grades. I have found this to be so helpful for keeping on the same page with my aide as well. We can both pop into this and see what work has been done with which students! Thank you for this wonderful teaching aide!