Celebrate Halloween with The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything! After reading this fun book by Linda Williams, engage your students in these activities targeting literacy, listening and language!
This book unit contains activities targeting the following skills:
1. Sequencing with Pictures (which is also a great retelling tool!)
2. Comprehension Questions- Includes 6 WH- questions with two (picture) answer choices and 6 Yes/No questions
3. The Little Old Lady Book Hunt Book Hunt- A game to find items in the book matching given attributes
4. Rhyme Sort- Sort pictures with like rhymes
5. Little Old Lady Antonyms Game- A game to give the opposite of a given word from the text
6. Old Lady, Old Lady, What Do You See- A black and white emergent reader to print for students to color and read
7. Build-A-Scarecrow- An open-ended game in which students build their own scarecrow. Target any task, such as articulation…combine with this game, and it’s sure to be fun!
Not only will your students LOVE this fun Halloween story, they'll also have a great time with these follow-up activities!