This activity is great for Easter working on sequencing, reading comprehension/WH questions, past tense and following directions.
There is a mini Easter story with real life pictures I took to accompany the story. You can either read the story to children or have them read the story on their own.
There is a page where students can change the story from past tense to present tense. The verbs are bolded and then there is a blank line for them to fill in the correct form of the irregular or regular verb in the present tense.
There is a sequencing activity with the pictures for children to sequence the story.
There are twelve comprehension questions to go along with the story including who, what, where, when, why, and how questions.
Then there is a following directions activity with a sheet set up with two clip arts already on it. The children need to follow 20 directions to either draw pictures or place the 10 real life pictures in different areas on the paper depending on the linguistic terms used. Terms used include: to the right, to the left, top left, bottom right, above, between, and below. You can have the children just draw the pictures, or if you have more time they can color their drawings. There are also questions with the following directions (in italics) to expand the lesson and have the students speak and interact with each other. There is a sample of the completed Easter following direction activities included.
There is also a parent letter included describing that their child sequenced, followed directions, and responded to WH questions. There is a speech version and a class version of the parent letter.
**Check all the pages before printing because you may not need to print everything!**
The clip art pictures were downloaded from www.mycutegraphics.com.