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This product is BOOK COMPANION ACTIVITIES for The Little Red Hen book, specifically for the :Little Golden Book” version
which has the characters: the Little Red Hen, cat, pig, duck, and goose.
The Little Red Hen (Little Golden Book) Hardcover– February 1, 2001
by Diane Muldrow (Editor), J. P. Miller (Illustrator)
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I’ve included a pig, dog, and mouse stick puppet characters in case you need them, but I do not include those characters in
all the activities.
This packet addresses a variety of goals:
categories (same/different, attributes),
WH-questions (who, what, where),
prepositions (basic concepts), expanding utterances,
and having fun!
There is also an idea page (“Talkin Time”) on other ways to use the story book to address goals.
A bonus is the Cariboo cards to use with Cariboo game, but if you don’t have the game, you can find other uses (print duplicates, and pay match up. Play a guessing game with describing and asking questions.
Included in this bundle:
PROPS: which include story backgrounds (farm, home, kitchen, bedroom) and stick puppet characters (hen, cat, pig, duck goose, pig dog, mouse) and props to use these while reading to help the story come to life and make the story more memorable and fun.
Elaborate STORY MAP of the entire story.
4-step Sequencing Cards (2 sets). 1) From seed to flour. 2) Making bread. (From flour to bread)
WHO questions (about story) page with visual answers.
WHAT questions (about story) page with visual answers.
WHERE questions (about story) page with visual answers.
Bubble Maps to fill in for: hen, duck, pig, goose, cat, cow, dog, mouse, house, barn, and flour mill. (blank bubble map too)
Compare & Contrast VENN DIAGRAMS for: cat/Little Red Hen, duck/goose, house/barn, shovel/rolling pin, flute/violin, fishing pole/butterfly net.
©Cariboo insert cards and drawing cards with characters/places/things from the Little Red Hen story.
Preposition activity page “Where are the items?” Practice prepositions (in, on, under, next to, in front of, in back of) witha farm scene of characters and things.
A Little Red Hen “Talkin’ Time: a page of ideas for using Little Red Hen book for various speech and language goals.
”I see” sentence starter to use to expand utterances or fluency while looking through pages of the book.
”I spy with my little eye” sentence starter to expand utterances, intelligibility, fluency, and describing.
Prop Storage pages.