The silly Old Lady is swallowing some spooky things perfect for Halloween time!
This unit is meant to be used with, “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat” by Lucille Colandro.
The book is not included, please buy or borrow from your library.
What Should I Use This For?
I've created this book companion to "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat" as a fun Halloween-themed unit. It involves minimal prep and can address a wide range of speech and language goals. It also includes lots of Halloween vocabulary as an extra learning objective.
Each of my Old Lady units follow a predictable pattern of activities which means less time reading directions and learning how to use the unit. Once you've used your first one, you will know what to expect on the other units. Repeating activities between Old Lady units makes tracking student progress a breeze.
Pg. 4 WHY Did She Swallow THAT?! (worksheet)
Pg. 5-10 Old Lady BINGO Game (with Halloween Vocabulary)
Pg. 11-12 Old Lady Story Sequencing (Ordinal Numbers worksheet)
Pg. 13-15 Where's That BAT?! (Positional Concepts)
Pg. 16 Time To Rhyme (cut and paste worksheet)
Pg. 17-18 Story Retelling Picture Cards & Mat
Pg. 19-20 Describe It! (Functions & Attributes Cards)
Pg. 21-22 Compare It! (Compare & Contrast Cards)
Pg. 23-24 Articulation Drill with Story Vocabulary Targets (worksheet)
Pg. 25 Syllable Counting 1-2-3 (worksheet)
Pg. 26-27 Verb Match Up (8 pairs)
Pg. 28 HOW Do I Describe It? (Attribute Reference Chart)
Pg. 29 Copyright & Acknowledgments
***Please see preview file to see the unit in detail and to judge appropriateness of this activity for your students. Thank you!
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