This packet is a speech and language companion pack that is meant to accompany the book There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea by Jennifer Ward.
-Game Board – Any of the included card decks can be used with this game board. Just add game pieces and dice.
-Sequencing cards (10) – Retell the story in the correct sequence with these picture cue cards. Place cards in order on the sequence mat (1 sequence mat page)
-Visual sentences (2) – Use the squares from the sequencing cards to tell what the coyote swallowed as you read the story. Make your own sentence using the blank strip.
-Vocabulary cards (14) – Use for labeling, describing, defining, etc.
-Comprehension cards – 16 basic and 16 complex cards. Draw a card and answer the question. Use the book to help you.
-Story elements – Identify the story elements with the help of these visuals.
-Making predictions – Complete the chart by using the picture clues in the book to guess what the coyote will swallow next. Be sure to tell why you made that prediction.
-Rhyming (24 cards) – Play like “Go Fish” or “Memory” by matching the rhyming pairs.
-Feelings inferences – Match appropriate feeling words to how each character feels in different parts of the story.
-Inferencing chart – Complete the chart to make your own logical inferences
-Regular plurals (12) – Play a matching game to practice using plural nouns
-Regular past tense (12) – Sort onto the desert scenes the words that are present or past.
-Irregular past tense (12) – Sort onto the desert scenes the words that are present or past.
-Compare and contrast double bubble – Describe similarities and differences between a snake and a lizard
-Articulation cards – Practice your artic words (12 /r/, 12 /s/, 12 /l/, 12 blank) with these cactus cards. Can be used with the game board.
-Open ended worksheets (3) – Use as reinforcers after reading the story – there is Color a Coyote, Do-A-Dot Cactus, and Roll and Color Desert.