After the Fall Book Companion

After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
After the Fall Book Companion
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“After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again)”, by Dan Santat is a Caldecott Medal Winner (BOOK NOT INCLUDED). It is a great book showing what happened after Humpty Dumpty fell and how you can get back up again after falling!
CONTENTS AND DIRECTIONS:
Page 1 – Cover Page
Page 2 – Contents and Directions
Page 3-4 – Sequencing Cards – print, laminate and cut out for sequencing the parts of the story.
Page 4-5 – Comprehension Questions – print, laminate and cut out – WH and yes/no questions
Page 6-7 – “The Wall” – gameboard – print, laminate, cut out, and tape together with “Start” at the bottom of the gameboard. Students will take turns drawing a card, answering the question, and moving the number of spaces indicated on the card. They will climb up and slide down through the game. Cards are included for before/after, antonyms and synonyms but you can also use a dice and your own skill cards for any objective.
Page 8-10 – Before/After cards for “The Wall” – print, laminate, and cut out
Page 11-12 – Antonym cards for “The Wall” – print, laminate, and cut out
Page 13-14 – Synonym cards for “The Wall” – print, laminate, and cut out
Page 15-16 – “Where is Humpty Dumpty?” – spatial concepts – print, laminate, and cut out to review spatial concepts
Page 17 – Magnetic chips or playdough mats – print one for each student, laminate, and cut out. Use magnetic chips or playdough and your own skill cards.
Page 18-20 – “Cracked Egg” – a game for articulation carryover – print, laminate and cut out. Students take turns drawing a card and answering the question. Encourage them to elaborate on the subjects. If they get a “Cracked Egg” card, they put one egg back. The student with the most eggs at the end is the winner.
Page 21 – List of words used in antonyms/synonyms
Page 22 – Credits
Total Pages
22 pages
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