Story Sequencing | Retelling Center- An Old Lady Swallowed Some Leaves
Your little ones will really enjoy this story sequencing activity to use with the favorite book, There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro! It's a great activity to use as part of a fall theme or for an author study any time of year.
Print these cards on cardstock using best print quality and laminate them for students to use at a literacy center or station. This would also make a great whole-group activity for the pocket chart! You may also print a copy for each student to cut, sequence and paste on a large piece of construction paper. Ordinal number words are included for older students. There is also a story summary worksheet and some writing pages included. See the preview image for a look at what's inside!
There are more sequencing card sets for other favorite books and a bundle of Laura Numeroff sets in my shop!
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