Top and Bottoms Lesson Plans for Janet Stephens book are here! This is one of those CLASSIC reads.
The illustrations are precious!
Here is a video of the book. I do love the video versions, but they do not take the place of the book. Especially during a close read!
Sentence Study and Directed Drawing
Step-by-step directions are included in our Engaging Readers Unit so students can draw Bear.
Then the sentence study can be added to the bottom of their illustrations.
Again, you can find all of the reading lesson ideas in this unit:
STEM and More Exploration for Tops and Bottoms
The following activities are from our Science Math and More units!
There are differentiated math and literacy centers that go with the book Tops and Bottoms!
This spring sight word and spelling game is a great way to practice for fluency! (Yes, it is also editable so you can add your own words.)
Roll, Say, Keep is also a ton of fun! (Yes, it is also editable so you can add your own words.)
We also celebrate SPRING with our predictable sentence center.
This math fluency game was a HUGE hit! Lots of ways to differentiate this activity.
You can see the Spring Version HERE. You can see the Year-Long Version HERE.
We also enjoy this Math Work Station oldie, but goodie.
Addition (she had to play with Dexter… my dog, because her partner was absent that day…ha!)
This is super cute snack idea from Safeway! So fun!
Tops and Bottoms Lesson Plans
You can click on the lesson plans below to download my lesson plans with hyperlinks to the activities.
I found these adorable carrots at Target, so I made a quick math activity for you. You can snag it by filling out the box at the end of this post.