Matching Illustrations to the Text (Fiction)— Let’s Practice!
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Let's practice matching illustrations to the text (fiction) with Goopaw!
Transcript Matching Illustrations to the Text (Fiction)— Let’s Practice!
Goopaw says get ready to practice "Matching Illustrations to the Text (Fiction)." Illustrations are the pictures or images in a story that show what is happening. Good readers look carefully at the illustrations in a story to help them understand the words. Let's see if we can match these pictures with the words we hear. Here is an example. The blue bird flew over the rainbow. Which illustration matches the words best? This one because it has a blue bird and rainbow just like the words said. Let's look at some more illustrations. They rode off into the sunset. Which illustration matches the words best? This one because it shows a car driving into the sunset. Here is the next set. Once upon a time, there was a frog and a pumpkin. Which illustration matches the words best? This one because it has both a frog and a pumpkin. Here is the next example. He ran away as fast as he could! Which illustration matches the words best? This one because it shows the boy running instead of sitting. Here is the last one. She fell fast asleep. Which illustration matches the words best? This one because we see that the girl is sleeping, not eating. Goopaw had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!
Matching Illustrations to the Text (Fiction)— Let’s Practice! exercise
Which words go with each picture?Hints
Look at the images closely. What do you notice in each picture? Look at they key words and see if you can spot these in the pictures.
What type of animal is in the picture?
What is the weather like?Solution
Here we can see the correct words to match each picture.
Match the image to the correct sentence.Hints
Look at the key words in the sentence. Do any of these match the pictures?
In the example the main subject is girl and the verb (doing word) is eating.
Look at the pictures. What can you see in each picture? Do any of the sentences match the key words you are thinking of?Solution
Here we can see the images with the matching sentences.
Read the sentences and add in the missing word.Hints
Look at the picture and the accompanying sentence. What is the main subject doing?
We are looking for the verb (doing word). What is the subject doing? Are they eating, sleeping, walking, etc.
In this image the children are dancing.Solution
The bear is reading.
The boy is running.
The bear is sleeping.
The mouse is having a bath.
Write in the missing words to complete each sentence.Hints
First look closely at each picture.
Next look at the sentence. Work out which word best fits each sentence and the write it in the gaps.
Make sure you have spelt the word correctly.Solution
The boy was brushing his teeth.
The girl was playing tennis.
The dog was digging holes in the garden.
The bear was eating honey.
Match the illustration to the text.Hints
Look at the illustration first.
Then look at the text, which one matches the illustration?
What is the weather like outside, is it raining or sunny?Solution
When we read the the different options we can see they are all related to the weather.
Look out of the window in the illustration. We can't see the sun so it must be raining or snowing. It look's like rain, so the sentence must be : It was raining outside.
Fill in the blanks.Hints
Word Bank: boy, girl, playing, bath, bed, park.
What is the main subject in each picture? Is it a boy, girl, child, children, dog, cat, bear etc?
What is the verb, what are they doing in each image?Solution
The boy is having a bath.
The girl in playing.
The child is hiding under the bed.
The children are playing at the park.