Here are some quick, easy & super-fun activities to go along with “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!” by Lucille Colandro.
1. A whole group sequencing & retelling craftivity: “Bat Got Your Tongue?”
2. A smaller, black & white old lady craft, where students color & cut the items that the old lady swallows. Children sequence, then glue the “picture tiles” to her tongue in chronological order.
As always, all patterns come in full-color so that teachers can quickly & easily make examples to share, as well as black & white for students to color.
3. Since completed projects make a terrific bulletin board or hallway display, I’ve included a “Having Fun With the Little Old Lady” poster for some extra pizzazz.
4. A “Checking for Comprehension” worksheet, where students fill in the blanks using words from a word bank.
5. An “Ask Me a Question” worksheet.
6. A “Let’s Sequence The Little Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat” worksheet.
7. A “Here’s What Happened” writing extension.
All of the worksheets can be done as a whole group activity, used in a small reading group, or done individually.
So that you can easily diversify your lessons, I’ve included a variety of options.
8. I’ve also included colorful answer keys.
9. For added value, there’s a BONUS activity: “Show Me A Pattern” game/center, which uses the picture tiles.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a fun-filled time.
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