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Using the resources included in "Hickory Dickory Dock", you can turn a nursery rhyme into an enticing story and target story telling, story comprehension, story re-telling and story mapping, which are all important precursors to narrative language, in fun and interactive ways! They were designed primarily using adorable images by Smarty Symbols.
Remember: A child first learns to re-tell a familiar story before telling his/her own story, and then later, writing a narrative!
These resources are perfect for early childhood educators, lower grade level elementary teachers, support staff, parents, specialists, and home-schoolers! "Guidelines for Assembly" and "Guidelines for Use" are helpful for support staff to use to implement use of these resources with your students!
These resources will address Common Core Standards, California Early Learning Foundations, and Head Start Standards!
The Fun and Interactive resources included in this package are:
*Guidelines for Assembly and Guidelines for Use (photos of samples included)
*Story Booklet for story telling and re-telling
*Story Sequencing Pictures and Blank Squares for story re-telling
*Diorama Background Picture in color and in black line drawings/greyscale for story
*Puppet Pictures in color and black line drawings/greyscale for story re-telling/re-
enacting. They are a perfect size for your child's little hands! Included are speech
bubbles, thought bubbles, and heart bubbles to encourage perspective-taking, as
your child describes what the character might be saying, thinking, or feeling!
*Story Map Folders for sorting pictures from the story to identify story grammar are
available in color and black line drawings/greyscale. They include an array of visual
cues, including multicultural characters and sign language. You can use the
pictures in this packet, or from any story!
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