Details for Kids Scoop ER 5/15/19

© 2019 by Vicki Whiting, Editor Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 35, No. 23

Circle the places where you like to read.

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When
hen I settle do
down to read,
I lik
like something soft
Too rrest my head.
Tha
hat’s why my favorite place
to rread
Is in my cozy ________ .

et Caught Reading is
a campaign to promote
the fun of reading books!

The Get Caught Reading
organization provides posters to
schools and libraries that show
Olympic stars, entertainment stars
and even popular book characters
reading for fun.

It’s quiet where I read
And that makes me so merry!
The place I go to read
Is aat my local _________ .

Can you get caught reading
this month?
For information on how to get these posters go to getcaughtreading.org
Circle the kinds of books you like to read.

w a pic
picture of your
our fa
favorite kind
Draw
orite place.
of book in yyour favorit

How many reading glasses
can you find on this page?

Reading isn’t just for reading books, it is also reading
recipes, directions, games, letters and more.

Scrambled Book Titles

Unscramble the titles of these famous books. Have you read any of them? You can find them at your local library.

by
Patricia MacLachlan

REWEH
HET
ADEWSILK
SEND

MAJSE
NDA HTE
TAGIN
CHEAP

by
Shel Silverstein

by
Roald Dahl

YARDI
FO A
PIWYM
DKI
by
Jeff Kinney

What’s black
and white
and READ
all over?

Look at one page
of the newspaper.
Circle every word
you can read in
red. Pretty soon
your newspaper
page will be black
and white and red
all over—just like
the riddle!
Standards Link: Research:
Use the newspaper to locate
information.

Silly Book Puns

A pun is a play on words. Read the book titles below and then
draw a line from the book title to the author’s name that makes a
funny pun. For example: The Arctic Ocean by I.C. Waters.
by
LottaMoney
by
A.Stronaut
by
AbbyCadabera
by
DuncanUnder
by
U.Turner

Standards Link: Follow simple written directions.

Reading is fun.
It mak
makes me feel free!
Especially at the park
In the shade of a ______ .
Far from the shore,
I read wearing a coat
Because it get’s chilly
Reading on our _______ .

Color these readers. Then draw what they might be reading
about in the thought bubbles.

HAARS,
NAPLI
DAN
LATL

Finish each poem to
discover where each person
likes to read.

CHARACTERS Find the words in the puzzle.
How many of them can you
READING
find on this page?
RECIPES
S R E T C A R A H C
LETTERS
K G E C A L P E T C
CAUGHT
TITLES
O G A U U S E M A G
BOOKS
O T G H G W O G N T
WHITE
B I R E H N O I A A
PLACE
D T I I T N D R G P
MONTH
C L T H A A M P D U
GAMES
PAGE
L E T T E R S A I N
PUNS
G S N R E C I P E S
WORD
Standards Link: Letter sequencing. Recongized identical
GET
words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns.

My favorite books are thrillers
And they can give me quite a
scare.
That’s why I keep a very
bright light on
When reading in our easy
_______ .
I like to read adventure books.
They’re really quite dynamic!
But I kick back to read them
While relaxing in a backyard
____________ .
When I read,
I try to sit up straight.
My mom says,
“Please don’t slouch.”
But it’s hard to do that
because I read while sitting
on our fluffy ________ .
Standards Link: Identify words from context clues.

This week’s word:

CAMPAIGN

The noun campaign means
a series of activities and
messages to reach a goal.
The fourth graders started
a campaign to pick up all
the litter at their school.
Try to use the word
campaign in a sentence
today when talking with
your friends and family.

Scrambled Stories

Select three articles in the newspaper and
cut them out. Cut apart the article from the
headlines. Then give to a friend or family
member to read each article and
find the matching headline.

ANSWER: Quiet peas.

Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate info.

Tell at least three things that
you appreciate about one of
your teachers.

NIE SpoNSorS

Rotary Club of Hanford Sunset

Suzanne Marienau
Cardoza, O.D.

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