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    Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish: Reading Response Road Map

    Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish: Reading Response Road Map

    Take a navigated journey through a picture book! Use this reading response map as your guide through Peggy Parish's Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia.

    In this story, the Grizzlies are one player short for their big game when who steps in but everyone's favorite house-keeper, Amelia Bedelia. Always cheerful, always literal-minded, Amelia Bedelia brings new meanings to tagging a player out and stealing bases, but her unorthodox plays may just save the day. This book aligns with Guided Reading Level L, and introduces such topics as vocabulary, cooperation and teamwork, friends and friendship, and baseball.

    On the reading response map, prompts in text boxes, along with art cues, guide students’ comprehension about the story they are reading. The prompts help students to build comprehension skills, such as:

    • recalling events
    • describing characters
    • predicting outcomes
    • exploring cause-and-effect relationships
    • making personal connections,
    • and more!

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    Amelia Bedelia, Cub Reporter

    Amelia Bedelia, Cub Reporter

    by Herman Parish and Lynn Sweat

    The zany Amelia Bedelia is now featured in leveled readers written for successful independent reading!

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Amelia Bedelia

Author: Peggy Parish

Illustrator: Fritz Siebel and Barbara Siebel Thomas

Translator: Yanitzia Canetti

Series: Amelia Bedelia

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
140L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.5

Guided Reading Level:
L

Age:
5-7

Genre:
Classics, Comedy and Humor

Subject:
Vocabulary, Word Origins and Usage

About This Book

Ever since Amelia Bedelia made her debut almost thirty years ago, young readers have been laughing out loud at the antics of this literal-minded but charming housekeeper who never fails to confound the Rogers family. After all, who knows better than Amelia Bedelia what "dust the furniture" and "dress a chicken" really mean!

Peggy Parish's simple and hilarious story is a classic that children will enjoy again and again, Expressive illustrations of the well-intentioned and warm-hearted Amelia's comical mishaps complement the light and humorous tone.


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