Sometimes little ones can't sit for the whole story before we start working on comprehension skills. I created this interactive book to engage students and focus on WH-Questions that can be paired with the story 'There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books' by Lucille Colandro.
How to Use:
As you read the story, you can stop every page or so and ask the corresponding questions. After students state their answer, they can remove the question mark to reveal a picture of the correct response. This flexible activity can also be used to target pronouns and other goals.
There is also a Puzzle activity. This is can be used an a reinforcement activity, giving the students a piece of the puzzle after answering a question, or as an activity that can be done after the story.
This comprehension book comes with:
-10 pages of WH-Questions ( one question per page ) that follow the story 'There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books' by Lucille Colandro.
- Question mark cover cards
- Puzzle pieces and mat
This activity does not include the book 'There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books', it is simply an interactive comprehension companion to it.
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