Caps for Sale is one of my favorite books and I love sharing it with my students!
“Caps for Sale” Comprehension Cards- Review story details and target students’ listening comprehension using 18 comprehension cards (page 6-8). “Yes/No” question cards also included for lower-level students (page 9-10).
Cap Stack- Print. Cut. Laminate. Target prepositions and sequencing as you read the story with your students (page 11-13). Use Velcro to attach the caps.
Story Retell Cards- Review story details using the story retell cards that illustrate important story elements (page 14). Complete the story map to also help students retell the story (page 15).
Character Description Activity Page- Use the bubble maps to describe the peddler for the story (page 16)
EXTRA! EXTRA! Read All About It!- Create a newspaper ad that the peddler can use to help sell more caps. Students are instructed to write a headline, information about the caps and draw a picture (page 17).
FOR SALE Activity Page- What item, other than caps, could the peddler sale on his head? Student can illustrate their ideas! (page 18)
Prepositions: Use the preposition cards (page 19-20) and sentence strip (page 21-23) to target prepositions. Have students place the cards on the strip and read the sentence. Carry-over activity page included (page 24).
Perfect Match- Target synonyms by playing memory. Place all the cards facedown. Take turns turning over two cards per turn. Have students identify a synonym for each word. If the cards match, the cap with be complete. The student with the most matches, WINS! (page 25-27)Carry-over activity page included (page 28)
Category Cap Sort- OH NO! The monkeys stole more items from people. Sort the items into the correct cap according to the category (page 29-31).
“Caps for Sale” game- Use this activity while addressing independent goals. Give each student 4 caps (one of each color). Place the money cards (print 3 pages) and the monkeys (print 1 page) in a bucket. Students take turns drawing a card. If they draw the money, they keep all of their caps. If they draw a monkey, they must give you one cap. The game ends when someone loses all of their caps (page 32-34).
Monkey Madness- Roll the dice to see how many monkeys you will cover. The first person to cover all of the monkeys, WINS! (page 35-36)
Do-a-Dot Reinforcement Page (Page 35): Use this page to help reinforce any target skill. Have students stamp or color the dots as you target their individual goals during the therapy session.
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