Tiny Perfect Things

Making connections is a critical reading comprehension strategy that helps students make meaning of what they are reading. When students make connections with self, the text, and the world, it helps them make sense of what they read and retain the information better.

The grade 1, 2, and 3 students in Ms. Le’s blended learning class listened to the story, “Tiny Perfect Things” written by M. H. Clark. They were then challenged with the following question by their teacher: “What can you create out of the tiny, perfect things found in our forest?”


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