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Cover Story

In this reading extension activity, students redesign a book cover to demonstrate their understanding of story elements. After discussing why books have covers, students use the cover of a book to predict the story. Then they compare the story with their predictions and make their own drawings. This activity is aligned to Common Core State Standards for reading literature and speaking and listening.
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