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“There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves: Book Companion” is the perfect fall treat for you and your kiddos! In “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves” by Lucille Colandro, the little old lady is eating everything in sight. You’ll never guess what she sneezes out in the end!
When you purchase “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves: Book Companion” you will receive both a full color version and a less color (almost black and white) version. You decide which one you would rather use.
The following is included in “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves: Book Companion”
-Vocabulary Cards: You get 8 Tier 1 vocabulary cards. (Cut out the cards and use them to teach vocabulary; allow your students to label or define the words/pictures.)
-Sequencing: You get pictures and visual organizers. Your students can place the events in the correct order and retell the story. You also get a writing prompt to help your older students retell the story in a written format. You also get a story retell booklet.
-Yes/No Questions: You get 12 yes/no questions with visuals. All of the yes/no questions are related to story vocabulary.
-What and Why Questions: You get 8 what and 8why question cards for story comprehension.
-Rhyming (Receptive and Expressive): You get 20 receptive matching rhyme cards with 3 answer choices on each card and 20 expressive rhyming cards.
-What Doesn’t Belong: You get 16 “What Doesn’t Belong” cards, each with a field of 3.
-Regular Plural Nouns: You get 20 singular and plural nouns cards.
-Writing Prompts: You get 4 different writing prompts.
Please note that The Speech Owl is in no way affiliated with Lucille Colandro. You must purchase her book separately for use with this book companion.
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