This 27 page pack is chock full of useful activities to go along with the adorable book "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything".
Page 3 – Cut apart the scarecrow on the dotted lines. Use the strips for sequencing.
Page 4 – wh- Comprehension questions (8 cards). Students draw a card and answer the questions using the visual choices.
Pages 5-6 – Yes/No comprehension questions (16 cards). Students draw a card and answer the questions using the adapted format.
Page 7 – General knowledge questions (8 cards). Students draw a card and answer these general knowledge questions to do with Fall, Halloween, and the functions of the objects in the story.
Page 8 – Pragmatics questions – students draw a card (8 total) and respond to the prompt (to do with emotions and social interactions).
Page 9 – Story props – use for sequencing, vocabulary, retelling, to increase or decrease a field of possible answer choices, and more!
Page 10 – Grammar – complete the sentence with either “go” or “goes”. The last card is to help with the grammatical rule. (8 cards in total)
Page 11 – Grammar (Plurals) – Students must describe the pictures on each side of the dotted line using correct plural form. (Do not cut along the dotted line, only cut on solid line to make 8 cards.)
Page 12-15 – Categories: can be used for sorting, naming items in a category, or naming the category to which all belong. Sort the objects (24) into the correct hat. There WILL be some overlap.
Page 16-17 – Associations: Cut out each card (16) and have students match the pairs of objects that go together. Could play a “memory” style game or have them all face up, depending on the students’ levels. For added difficulty, have students describe how/why the objects go together or add something to the pair!
Page 18-19 – Cut out cards (16). Use for receptive or expressive identification of big vs. little or for matching objects and describing how they differ in size.
Page 20 – Prepositions – Students must describe where the hat is in relation to the other object(s) on the card. (8 cards)
Page 21-22 – Following directions: Cut out one old lady for each student. Cut out all of the clothes and give each student a set (2 provided). Students must follow directions given by the teacher, such as “Put the hat under the old lady.”
Page 23-24 – Same & different: cut out each card (16). Student must receptively identify or state if the items are the same or different. (16 cards)
Page 25 – Draw a line to match the object from the story to the words it says.
Page 26 – Scarecrow coloring page for reinforcement or to use with articulation practice.
Page 27 – Open ended game board