“There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books: Language Companion” is the perfect back to school treat for you and your kiddos! In “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books” by Lucille Colandro, the little old lady is eating all types of school supplies. You’ll never guess what pops out in the end!
When you purchase “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books: Language Companion” you will receive both a full color version and a black and white version. You get to decide which one you would rather use.
The following is included in “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books: Language Companion”
-Vocabulary Cards: You get 9 Tier 1 vocabulary cards. (Cut out the cards and use them to teach vocabulary; allow your students to label or define the words/pictures.) You also get 9 smaller vocabulary cards to “feed” the old lady. Her head is included in this section.
-Sequencing: You get pictures and visual organizers. Your students can place the events in the correct order and retell the story. You also get 2 writing prompts to help your older students retell the story in a written format.
-Sequence Retell Booklet: You get the Booklet and Visuals for your students to glue in the correct boxes on each page.
-Questions: You get 12 yes/no questions with visuals, 7 “why” questions and 9 “what” questions. All questions are related to the story.
-Rhyming (Receptive and Expressive): You get 8 receptive matching rhyme cards with 3 answer choices on each card and 8 expressive rhyming cards.
-Sound Segmentation: You get 1 “beginning sound” matching worksheet (with answer sheet) and 1 cut and glue “beginning sound” worksheet. You also get 1 “ending sound” matching worksheet (with answer sheet) and 1 cut and glue “ending sound” worksheet
-Positional Concepts: You get 8 receptive positional concept picture cards and 8 expressive positional concept picture cards.
-Object Function: You get 12 receptive object function cards with answers in a field of 3 and 12 expressive object function cards.
-Writing Prompts: You get 4 writing prompts to get your students writing short paragraphs.
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