retell - who sank the boat - beginning, middle, end

Easy and fun way to see if children can remember what happened at the beginning, middle and end of a story. Possibly use at the beginning of the year then move to children writing what happened rather then drawing it.

Who Sank the Boat?

Here's another story that was included on a list of books that translate well into flannel boards Who Sank the Boat by Pamela Allen.

Studying sink and float? Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen is a perfect literature connection. Follow up with this story recall page on which a student can draw and/or write her answer.

Studying sink and float? Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen is a perfect literature connection. Follow up with this story recall page on which a student can draw and/or write her answer.

Who Sank The Boat? Kindergarten Literature Unit Study A great FREE unit to practice sequencing, story elements, and number recognition!   School

Who Sank The Boat? Kindergarten Literature Unit Study A great FREE unit to practice sequencing, story elements, and number recognition!

Who sank the boat?  The preschoolers that Mother Goose on the Loose visits will find out the answer in September.

Who sank the boat? The preschoolers that Mother Goose on the Loose visits will find out the answer in September.

Who Sank the Boat? Literacy & Numeracy Pack

Who Sank the Boat? Literacy & Numeracy Pack

This Literacy & Numeracy Book Study is the perfect pack to use with the famous Australian text by Pamela Allen "Who sank the boat? Character Posters Who Sank the Boat? Writing template Cows - Can, Have, Are Donkeys - Can, Have, Are

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