Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas
In this blog post, you will read about the reading comprehension lesson plans that go with Room on the Broom. I also made a set of free math and literacy printables that are perfect for kindergarten and first-grade students.
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Snack idea
Because I live for snacks, this is a really cute and relatively healthy-ish snack. I have seen about 200 different “recipes” for it, but it is essentially mozzerella sticks, pretzels and chives!
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Close Reading
Room on the Broom is such a fun, non-spooky Halloween story! In our Engaging Reader lessons, we spend the entire week with the book. Each day, we have a different comprehension focus.
- Monday: Making Predictions
- Tuesday: Text Details
- Wednesday: Character Study
- Thursday: Inferring
- Friday: Opinion Writing
Here is a glimpse at a few of the students at work.
In kindergarten, we love seeing the illustrations students use to convey meaning. We are not concerned about their transcribing skills. We dedicate plenty of time during our Science of Reading direct instruction time to dictation and writing. During our Engaging Readers time, we are interested in capturing the students’ thinking skills that surround the book… in this case, Room on the Boom.
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Text Details and Craft
When we have the text detail and the craft lesson merge, we are there for it! We love how this Room on the Broom craft came out!
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Character Analysis
So many of our books are character driven, so we love the take the time to examine the characters in the stories we read.
You can find all of these lessons and response pages in our Engaging Readers units. (Keep reading for the free file.)
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: VideoIf you are not familiar with Room on the Broom, you can watch this adorable video!
Learning about Fall!I love sharing information about fall. Here are a few great videos to bring into your classroom.
Fall Digital Centers
One way to save you hours of prep time is to add a few digital centers to your rotation. These fall themed centers offer 20 activities for the week, with just one link. These math and literacy centers can be added to your Seesaw library with one link or you we have included a PowerPoint file, so you can upload the activity to your Google Classroom.
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Free Printables.
I have also made this free file for you. Just add your name to the box below and it will be added to your email inbox.
Room on the Broom Lesson Ideas: Free Lesson Plan Template
You can download this free template by clicking HERE.
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I am trying to access the free retelling craft but it was not emailed to me. Is there another way to access it?
The free file from this blog post is for the Room on the Broom printable worksheets. The craft and retelling activity is available in the reading comprehension unit that is linked in the blog post.