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Luke Goes to Bat Journeys

Luke Goes to Bat Journeys

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Homeschool Curricula, Activities, Centers


Balanced Literacy, Grammar, Reading

Luke Goes to Bat Journeys
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Vocabulary Bundle of all 30 stories

**Sounds of Long I Word Sort (I, igh,y)
Directions: Read the sentence. Decide what word is missing.
**Fill in the blank sentences
**”igh”, “i”, and “y” word sort
**Long i picture sort (cut and paste)
**Spelling Booklet
**2 Pages of Roll, Read, and Color
**Find the shape
**Read and Graph
**Flashcards for high frequency words
****Antonyms Worksheet ~Directions: Write an antonym for each word below
**Subject – Verb Agreement Worksheet
Directions: If the sentence sounds correct, color in the happy face. If not, color in the sad face.
**Subject – Verb Agreement Worksheet ~ Directions: Read the sentences below. Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
**2 Vocabulary Booklets
**Vocabulary Words Matching Puzzles (Match definitions)
**Making Words (Look Goes to Bat)
**ABC Order (vocabulary words)
**ABC Order Cut and Paste
**Baseball Words ~ Match the word to the picture.
**Comprehension Questions Center
**Comprehension Questions Worksheet
**Luke Goes to Bat
Flow Chart
Directions: Cut and paste the correct order of the story.
**Retelling Booklet – Luke Goes to Bat
Directions: Fill out the characters and setting page. Start at the beginning of the story. Retell what happened at the beginning, 3 details in the middle, and then the end. Write at least 2 sentences on each page. Illustrate each page.
**Baseball Nouns ~ Directions: List as many nouns that relate to
baseball that you can think of.
**Choose 4 nouns and write them in a complete sentence.
**What Do You Know?
Directions: List what you know about baseball. Ask questions of what you want to know. Come back and chart what you have learned.
**KWL Chart
Baseball Players
Directions: Fill in the chart below
about baseball players.
**Design a Pennant

3 reviews
    Kathy W.
    11 Jul 2023
    This packet provided engaging activities to reinforce the skills we were learning with the story.
    justine C.
    11 Jul 2023
    great resource
    Tamara M.
    11 Jul 2023
    Love this resource to go with our weekly story. Thank you.