Book Title:Pancakes, Pancakes

Author: Eric Carle

Illustrator:Eric Carle

Site:††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

# of Text Pages:16

Book Level:†††† IND†††††† INS††††††† R-A

Date:††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ††††††††††

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Introduction

 

1.       Bring in a recipe book. Look through the book and read off some of the ingredients in a recipe. Ask the child to tell you what ingredients that they think are in pancakes. Letís read and see what ingredients it takes to make pancakes.

 

2.       Bring in different pictures of breakfast foods. Have the children tell you what they like for breakfast. If you wanted breakfast, how would you go about getting it? Letís read and see what all Jack has to do when he wants pancakes for breakfast.

 

3.       Bring in a skillet and pictures of pancakes or an empty pancake mix box. Ask the child to tell you how they would go about fixing pancakes. Letís read and see how Jack fixes his pancakes.

 

Building Oral Vocabulary

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sickle

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flail

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churn

 

Prediction Questions

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Do you think Jack will get his pancake?

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What do you think Jack is doing?

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What do you think Jack is going to get now?

 

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