There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat - original story by Lucille Colandro not included - Activity companion!
There are two fun and engaging interactive books included in this purchase: one for story comprehension and another for descriptive words.
Print and laminate all pages. Cut all pages in half, except pages 6 and 11 (these pages serve as your base for the book and pieces). Cut apart picture cards (on the right side of pages 2 and 6), discard the rest of the page. Add velcro to the backs of these pictures, and place opposite velcro on the squares on pages 6 and 11, and on the Old Lady’s tongue.
Read the story and ask students to identify what picture is being talked about. When they identify the correct picture, they can “feed” it to the Old Lady by velcro-ing it to her tongue.
** If this product asks for a password, please use "oldlady" (no quotes) **
Targets the following Common Core Standards:
K.SL.2, K.RL.1, K.RL.10, K.L.1
1.SL.2, 1.RL.1, 1.RL.3, 1.L.1
Be sure to check out my other "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat" products:
which includes 16 activities, the interactive story books, and game, Book Companion
containing 16 activities to target language and literacy skills, and Reinforcement game
that can be used to alongside any target activity!
Keywords: Old Lady, Fall, Autumn, Halloween, literacy, language, speech language therapy, special ed education, Lucille Colandro, Bat, October, book companion