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Pioneer Days – Lesson 23 – Events in a Story

For this lesson, your child will recall events of previous stories and tell if the event happened at the beginning, middle or end of the story. This “train car” graphics organizer will help.

Pioneer Days – Lesson 23

I can identify the beginning, middle and end of a story.

Objective: To identify beginning, middle and end of a story. (RL.K.2)

Materials: Cutouts of an engine, boxcar and caboose, sharpie, sentence strips.

Procedures: Cut out shapes of an engine, a box car and a caboose. Write the word “beginning”,“middle” and “end” on the train cars. Write three sentences from several stories on sentence strips. Keep each story separate. Talk about how events of a story happen in sequence. Have your child read the three sentences, decide if the sentences come at the beginning, middle or end of the story and place them by the correct train car. Continue with sentences from another story.

Conclusion: Have your child write three of the sentences on lined paper.

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