Naomi Bamidele

Biography

Age 9, New Hampshire

Favorite Subject: Writing

Favorite Music:

Favorite Book: The Junkyard Dog by Erika Tamar

Extracurricular Activities: Singing, Math Team, Student Actors’ Program

Hobby: Reading

Naomi likes to sing or write in her free time. She wants to be an actress one day.

"I would like to learn how to be a reporter," she said of her opportunity to work as a Kid Reporter.

Naomi is in the fourth grade in Concord, New Hampshire. She has a younger sister and an older brother.

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    ABCDrive - Activity Sheet

    ABCDrive - Activity Sheet

    by Naomi Howland

    Scholastic’s downloadable worksheets for students offer a varied selection of tasks that require reading for meaning through many fun and strategic activities. The rich content of our title-specific blackline masters incorporates writing exercises, graphic organizers, deductive reasoning, critical thinking, vocabulary development, and much, much more. Through innovative exercises, students will enjoy a range of activities that require them to engage in post-reading reflections that include but are not limited to understanding character development, imagining new endings, connecting with text-based information, plus a focus on important age-appropriate reading strategies such as summarizing, comparing/contrasting, problem solving, synthesizing, determining cause and effect and many others. From phonics to fluency, the Scholastic downloadable worksheets offer meaningful engagement for students in grades K-12. Now available for a special selection of our most popular fiction and nonfiction paperbacks. Perfect for a learning center activity, skill reinforcement, take-home, informal self-assessment, and monitoring independent reading.

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    Using Picture Books to Teach Narrative Writing

    Using Picture Books to Teach Narrative Writing

    by Naomi Laker

    Students learn how to write personal narratives, using picture books as models. After being immersed in read-alouds that focus on key story elements—character, plot, setting, movement through time, and change—students create their own story time lines, write promise sentences, stretch their stories, and more. Week-by-week planning calendars help teachers map out their reading and writing lessons.

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