***Updated and now contains 3 levels for you students***
I love this story and my students love it too. I read it a few times, get my kids up and moving with it, and even sing it. (P.S. Check out this youtube link. The song is a great review and my kids sang it as they worked on the sequence map: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiUflxXF-Zg)
By the time we get to the sequence map, they know the story forwards and backwards.
The map contains pictures for each piece of clothing following the old lady and final square for students to draw a picture of the scarecrow.
For students that are ready there is a word bank. My students write the name of each object along with the sound each object makes.
I have had students complete the project independently or in groups of two. Both ways worked out great.