Get ready for a fun month!!!
This is an activity/companion pack for “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything”. This pack meant for the more linguistically challenged students and is perfect for speech/OT or speech/EC collaboration. This is nice for integrating literacy and hands-on activities. Most clip art by Smarty Symbols—copyright 2015.
-Visuals to go with the Little Old Lady book—pages 3-4
-Comprehension questions for this book—pages 5-7
- “Pumpkins Everywhere” Interactive Book--Pages 8-21
-Icons for the “Pumpkins Everywhere” book– page 22
-Sentence Frame for “Pumpkins Everywhere” -page 23
-Paper Plate Scarecrow craft direction book –pages 24-33
- Communication Board for the Scarecrow craft—page 34
-Comprehension questions for Scarecrow Craft—page 35
-Sequencing activity for Scarecrow craft—page 36
-Bingo game for clothing (The Little Old Lady book highlights clothing)--page 37-42