“Tucker starts off Saint Patrick’s Day on the wrong paw. Nothings is going his way until he rolls in a bed of clover-a bed of four-leaf clovers, that is, which just happens to belong to...a leprechaun! Lucky Tucker! From catching a falling ice-cream scoop to getting a whole box of new toys, now Tucker the luckiest dog around!”
—Book by: Leslie McGuirk (Book is not provided in this packet and must be bought separately)
Packet by, copyright: J. Callaway, M.S., CCC-SLP
This is a great packet that goes along with the wonderful story, Lucky Tucker. The packet provides lots of language activities around St. Patrick's Day!
A 37-page Companion Packet Targeting:
*Spatial Concepts: Tell where Tucker is using spatial terms
*Answering story comprehension questions (cards
*Following 1-3 step action directions (cards)
*Following “If...Then…” directions (cards)
*Formulating Sentences with Words from the Story (worksheet)
*Writing Paper for Formulating Sentences with Words from the Story (worksheet)
*Writing Paper for Retelling the Story (worksheet)
*Sequencing Cards: 15 total cards, can pick/choose how many you want, can use for a sequencing activity or can use as visual aids for retelling the story (cards)
*Bad Luck vs Good Luck: Compare Tucker’s bad/good luck (1 worksheet)
*Bad Luck vs Good Luck: Tell about your own bad vs good luck (1 worksheet)
*Tucker Puppets/Props/Headbands: Use the Tucker images for role play, make headbands for students to wear, or puppets (glue the head on a tongue depressor) for students to hold up/use.
St. Patrick’s Day and other clip art provided by: MyCuteGraphics.com
Other clip art (couch, dog toy, table, and all Westie/Tucker clip art is hand drawn/created by J. Callaway. This clip art is copyrighted to J. Callaway and may not be altered or distributed in any other way.