The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams is an adorable book perfect for Halloween!
You will need to purchase the book separately.
This 42 page activity pack is perfect for speech or language therapy. The activities included are perfect for speech and language intervention, literacy circles and whole group activities.
Interactive Character Pieces: Use while telling the story.
Cut & Paste Sequencing Worksheet: Have your students cut out the pictures on page 8 and glue in sequential order on page 7.
Pumpkin Comprehension Question Flip with 2 pictured choices: Cut out the pumpkin and question cards. Attach the cards to the pumpkin. Have your students color in the correct answer to each question.
Comprehension Questions (no visuals): Have your students draw a card and answer the question.
Yes/No Questions & thumbs Up/Down visuals: Students can use the thumbs up/thumbs down for a nonverbal response.
Basic Concept-Big/Small Sorting: Have your students sort the pictures under the appropriate label.
Pumpkin Pairs Synonym Puzzles: Place puzzle pieces across a table and have your students match the words that mean the same thing.
Scarecrow Spin, Say, and Record Regular/Irregular Verbs: Directions on the worksheet.
Describing and Sentence Writing: Write adjectives in each bubble that describe the pictured object. Then, write a grammatically correct sentence using at least one of the adjectives you provided.
Describe and Color: Use the words in the box to the right to describe the items in the bubbles. After you have provided an adjective, color them object.
Flip Book Labeling: Have your students glue the items from the story onto the appropriate page of the flip book and write the object’s name in the space provided.
Following Directions Worksheet: Follow the directions provided on the worksheet.
Emotions: Read the scenario, then draw an expression on the old lady’s face that expresses how she might be feeling.
Let’s Compare: Directions on the worksheet.
Prepositions:Have your students provide the preposition to complete each sentence.