A collection of activities that coordinate with the book "Snow Day for Mouse" by Judy Cox. This is an adorable book filled with vivid language. The vocabulary and activities in this book/companion are most appropriate for grades K-3.
The product includes:
Page 3: Game board
Page 4-8: Sequencing Cards & Mats: Arrange the visuals in the correct order, placing them in the ordinal number boxes on the sequencing mat. 19 events total.
Page 9-10: Vocabulary cards - can be used for sequencing, answering questions, and simple receptive/expressive tasks. 13 cards total.
Page 11-13: Comprehension Questions - includes
3-4 visual answer choices. 23 cards total.
Page 14-15: Yes/No Comprehension Questions – includes visual supports for non-verbal students. 12 cards total.
Page 16-24: Articulation cards: /s, sh, s blends/ in initial, medial, and final positions. 21 cards per phoneme.
Page 25-26: Regular plurals. 12 cards total.
Page 27-28: Syntactic understanding of pronouns: give students a field of 3 visuals (with the same verb) and read a prompt. Student must receptively identify which picture depicts the sentence they’ve heard. Can also be used to elicit expressive language. 12 cards total
Page 29-30: Noun + verb phrases: students use the visuals to describe the picture above. Cut on middle horizontal and middle vertical lines only. 8 phrases/cards total.
Page 31: Verb tense visual/sorting mat
Page 32-33: Regular past tense verbs - includes past, present and future forms. 8 verbs total.
Page 34-35: Irregular past tense verbs – includes past, present and future forms. 8 verbs total.
Page 36-37: Categories - winter sports/summer sports – use the winter vs. summer sorting mat to sort the sports pictures. Can the student name most sports in each category? 4 items in two categories.
Page 38-40: Definitions - match the word from the story to its definition. 18 words total.
Page 41-42: Synonym matching – match the winter mouse to the snowball with the correct synonym pair. 16 pairs total.
Page 43-44: Antonym matching – match the sledding mouse to the cat with the correct antonym pair. 16 pairs total.
Page 45: Similes – visual anchor chart, examples from the book, and space to write your own using a dry erase marker!