Story Visuals-turtle, fish, frog, fly, snake boys
Roll and Cover Mat-Roll the die then describe the item that matches the number on the die using different adjectives (ex: “fish” swims in the water, eat worms, is gold colored, breathes under water, and is hard to catch.)
Vocabulary Cards-Slid, Branch, Pond, Swam, Wrapped
“Wh” Questions-Who? What? Where? and Why? Comprehension questions.
Story Sequence-Color, Cut, and Glue the pictures from the story in the correct sequence. Retell the story using temporal concepts (first, next, then, after, last)
Articulation Word Lists-Articulation Lists for target blends /fr/, /fl/, /sn/
Articulation Mats-Articulation Mats for each of the three blends with 12 initial blends on each page. Print and use the page as a whole or cut the pictures apart and make flash cards for an articulation game.
Game board-Lilly pad and frog themed game board to use with the articulation cards or comprehension cards.
Rhyming Frogs and Flies-6 pairs of frogs and flies rhyming pairs. Student can match the flies to the corresponding frog during various activities (frog/log, snake/rake, etc.). Have students expand their phonemic awareness by generating additional rhymes (fly, “Hi,” tie, fry, sky, etc.).
Compare and Contrast Venn Diagrams-3 Different Venn Diagrams are included to compare and contrast different animals (snake/turtle, frog/fish, fish/fly). A blank Venn Diagram is also included to individualize the activity. Other compare and contrast ideas may include: pond/dessert, net/basket, snake/frog, etc.
Story Map-A graphic organizer is included for students to identify and either illustrate or write about the story elements (characters, setting, problem, solution). Use these details to retell the story and determine the main idea.
Frog Cut Out-Laminate the frog, cut long the dotted line to give him a mouth. Print and laminate the 20 flies and allow the students to “feed” the flies to the “Big Mouth” frog.