Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree: Story Map Freebie! Cute kindergarten student story maps on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  The FREEBIE can be used with any story.

Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree: Story Map Freebie! Cute kindergarten student story maps on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The FREEBIE can be used with any story.

Great story map idea. By using sticky notes, you can have the poster permanently displayed, using it all school year long for every book you read.

Great story map idea. By using sticky notes, you can have the poster permanently displayed, using it all school year long for every book you read.

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story (“,)

Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story (“,)

Pie Corbett link for writing. Story mapping etc.

365 days in my shoes Day 5

How Rachel Orr transformed her school using Pie Corbett's Talk for Writing - story map

365 days in my shoes Day 5

How Rachel Orr transformed her school using Pie Corbett's Talk for Writing - story map

DaisyDoggy presents "Story Map: Beginning, Middle, End + Problem & Solution."   Includes 2 graphic organizer story maps.  1) Used to identify the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story. 2) Used to identify the Problem and Solution of the story.

Story Map: Beginning, Middle, End + Problem & Solution

DaisyDoggy presents "Story Map: Beginning, Middle, End + Problem & Solution." Includes 2 graphic organizer story maps. 1) Used to identify the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story. 2) Used to identify the Problem and Solution of the story.

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