H. A. Rey Book Description
Readability Level: 4.1 Vocabulary
Questions during reading
George Rides a Bike
H. A. Rey
George gets a new bicycle and rides it all over town getting into mischief along the way.
Makes connections between text and/or personal experiences.
Brilliant Star Objective:
that through riding a bike
, one could get both physically fit as well as have a mode of transportation.
Words that may need to be addressed before teaching: curious,
, admiral, fanfare, and fortunately.
to ask before reading
you ever heard the expression
, curiosity killed the cat?”
“What does it mean?”
“Have you ever been curious about something?”
“How do you get to your neighbor friend’s house?”
Questions during reading:
“How far have you ridden a bike before?”
“Do you think Curious George could really do the things in the story?”
“Why or why not?”
Students will write a short story about riding their bike or doing some type of physical activity. They will note how the activity made them feel inside.
Students can read other Curious George books and list the similarities and differences in the texts.
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