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Happy Hiking

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Book meta-data
  • Reading Box: Orange (Levels 15-16)
  • Year: One
  • Fiction/Nonfiction: Non-fiction
  • Theme/Topic: Health, Leisure and recreation, Safety
  • Genre: Procedure
  • Strategy/Skills: Exploring text structure, Summarising, Drawing conclusions, Comparing and contrasting
  • Page Count: 16
  • Reading Level: 16
  • Item Code: 200704
  • High Frequency Words: about, another, before, eat, feel, find, first, going, know, look, next, people, take, use, want, where, yourself
  • Curriculum Codes: ACELA1453, ACELA1821, ACELY1655, ACELY1658, ACELY1659, ACELY1660, ACELA1466, ACELA1825, ACELY1669, ACELY1670
Reader Description

If you want to go on a hiking adventure, it pays to think about safety first. You need to check the weather, your clothing, the food and drink you're taking, and of course, your safety gear. This book is a good guide for a safe hike.

After you have completed the Reader

In this book, there are five steps for safe and happy hiking. Using these rules, make a poster for hikers. For each step, write two sentences and draw a picture or diagram.

Support Materials

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Lesson Plan

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Printable Reader

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Printable Reader (Wordless)

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Reading Record

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Sequence Strip

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Comprehension Assessment

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