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All for Me and None for All Interactive Read-Aloud Activities

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Grade 2, 3, 4



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This picture book companion is a complete supplemental resource for the book All for Me and None for All by Helen Lester.

With 27 print-and-go reading activities to choose from, this resource is ideal for customizing learning to your student's specific needs and academic abilities. Students will investigate illustrations, identify story elements, determine the theme, analyze characters, compare & contrast, make predictions, inferences, & connections, answer questions that require them to think beyond the text, and much more!

Students will love the engaging and fun activities, and you will appreciate the time saved hunting for high-level resources to teach reading concepts that students frequently struggle with. The activities provided are designed to enable students to apply higher-level thinking skills, encourage them to provide text evidence to support their thinking, and challenge them to express their own thoughts and/or perspectives.

⭐️This Resource Includes:⭐️

  • Making Predictions: Before reading the book, students will make predictions about the text.

  • Story Elements: Students fill in the boxes with words & pictures to represent the story elements.

  • Sequencing: Students will retell & illustrate the important parts of the story.

  • Recalling events in Chronological Order: Students describe and illustrate four major events in the story in chronological order.

  • Summary: Students complete the Somebody, Wanted, Because, But, So graphic organizer and write a summary of the story.

  • Story Event Sort: Students will describe a scene or event from the story that fits into each of the categories & explain how the event made them feel & how it relates to the category.

  • Cause & Effect: Students will fill in the missing effects (ANSWER KEY included).

  • Making Connections: Students make connections to an event from the story.

  • Making Inferences: Students use clues & schema to make inferences while reading the story.

  • Reading Text & Illustrations (2 levels included - one with hints): Students read the text from the story, look closely at the illustrations, list details they notice in the illustrations, and explain what those details communicate about the characters. (ANSWER KEY included).

  • What Are They Thinking?: Students use the illustrations and what they know from the story to fill in the thought bubbles with what they think the characters are thinking.

  • Character Inside & Out: Students include details from the story to describe what the character says, thinks, does, and feels.

  • Character Feelings: Students describe how the character's feelings change throughout the story & give examples of the events that cause them to feel the way they do.

  • Character Development: Students select character traits that best describe the character at different times throughout the story and give examples from the book to support the traits they chose.

  • Character Change: Students will explain how the character changed from the beginning to the end of the story and describe the events that caused the change to happen.

  • Sketch a Scene From the Story: Students will draw a scene from the story & explain why it's important.

  • Setting the Scene: Students identify three different settings in the story and explain how they know the setting changed.

  • Author's Message: Students describe four important events from the story and put them in chronological order. Then, answer the questions about the author's message.

  • Theme: Students answer the questions to determine which theme best fits the story and provide text evidence to support their choice.

  • 3-2-1: Students will list three ways Gruntly shows he’s selfish, describe two mistakes he made during the treasure hunt, and choose one word that describes Gruntly the best and explain why.

  • Before & After: Students will describe how Gruntly treated his companions before completing the treasure hunt and how he treated them after.

  • Thinking About the Text: Students will answer the questions about the story & include examples from the text to support their answers.

  • Treasure Hunt: Students will draw & label a map showing the three places the park ranger’s clues led the animals and come up with three more clues to add to the next treasure hunt.

  • Word Search: Students will find the words hidden in the puzzle (ANSWER KEY included).

  • Sharing is Caring Poster: Students will create a poster about the importance of sharing that includes a short message about sharing and illustrations.

  • Book Review: Students will rate and review the book.

  • Compare & Contrast: Students will compare & contrast the books All for Me and None for All and Princess Penelope’s Parrot.

This resource is for extension read-aloud activities only. The book is not included.

Resource Tags

fountas and pinnell second grade elementary ela reading comprehension character traits interactive read-aloud picture book read-aloud activities Helen Lester All for Me and None for All

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