Interrupting Chicken Craft and Writing: Reading Comprehension Book Companion
After you read Interrupting Chicken by David Ezra Stein, practice comprehension skills and connect to text when you complete the craft. During guidance time, talk about strategies to avoid interrupting (raising hand, putting a bubble in your mouth, etc.). Talk about being respectful listeners and what that looks like (eyes on speaker, quiet mouth, etc.). Ask students to share times when it’s important to be listeners (during story time, when a teacher is giving directions, when a friend is sharing a story, etc.). During writing time, students draw or draw and write their responses. Three drawing/writing options are included. Attach a standard sheet of construction paper behind writing to add a frame. Attach the completed craft to frame for an adorable display!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Pages 4-6: Writing/Drawing Options
1) No writing
2) Sentence starter provided
3) Just lines
Page 7: shirt
Page 8: comb, waddle
Page 9: beak (6)
Page 10: body, two wings (2 sets)
Page 11: eye (12)
Page 12: two wings, body with eye coloring option (2 sets)
(Color eyes. The eyes are small, so this is a good option for those who aren’t ready for the fine motor cutting challenge yet.)
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