There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover!: St. Patrick's Day Book Companion for Speech & Language Therapy.
This time the silly Old Lady is swallowing St. Patrick's Day items: a clover, bird, butterfly, gold coins, a pot, a daisy and a fiddle!
This unit is meant to be used with, "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover" 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 as a fun, St. Patrick's Day themed activity. It involves minimal prep and can address a wide range of speech and language goals.
Please check out my other Old Lady units for activities to be used for every month of the school year!
Pg. 3-4 Story Retell Picture Cards with Retell Mat
Pg. 5-6 Story Sequencing with Ordinal Numbers
Pg. 7 Color Things that are GREEN
Pg. 8 Syllable Counting 1-2-3
Pg. 9 My Speech Sound is...ARTICULATION Drill
Pg. 10-15 Where’s The Clover? PREPOSITION BINGO
Pg. 16 I’m Feeling Lucky OPPOSITES worksheet
Pg. 17 Rhyme Time coloring worksheet
Pg. 18-21 Beginning & Ending Sounds PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS cut and paste in color & bw
Pg. 22-24 Rainbow Association Puzzles-9 pairs
Pg. 25-28 Make a Leprechaun Hat Craft-color & bw
Pg. 29 Articulation Word Bank with Story Vocabulary
Pg. 30 Copyright & Acknowledgments
***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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