Harcourt Storytown Reading Series
Lesson 5: Pedro Puts on a Play
The following websites are helpful for reading, vocabulary, or spelling skills:
IXL- A fun way for students to practice language arts skills and also earn medals for excellence in each skill.
Quizlet: Fun activities in which students practice vocabulary words for each lesson.
SpellingCity: An engaging way for students to practice spelling words!
Hoodaword: Students practice skills through a series of exciting games
Author's Purpose: Students select the author's purpose for each type of text.
Cause and Effect Jeopardy: A fun review game to test your knowledge of cause-and-effect.
Cause and Effect: Play Rags to Riches by determining cause and effect.
Cause and Effect: Match each cause with its correct effect to earn points.
Compare and Contrast: Play Rags to Riches by determining whether each statement is an example of comparison or contrast.
Compare and Contrast: Practice identifying similarities and differences in text.
Fact or Opinion: Identify facts and opinions to earn money in Rags to Riches.
Fact or Opinion II: Identify opinions to earn money in Rags to Riches.
Fact or Opinion: Read the statements and determine if they are facts or opinions.
Sequencing Fun: Students place events in sequential order