Everything you need to accompany Lucille Colandro’s "There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves!" (This resource is a companion to the book. You will need to purchase the book separately).
This resource is perfect to use with children with Autism or who demonstrate difficulties in their receptive and/or expressive language.
This 27 page resource includes:
-Lesson Plan and Data Sheet: set objectives and monitor progress while reading the story.
-Communication Board: visual aid to accompany the story to help nonverbal and minimally verbal students respond to wh-questions and expand utterance length.
-Picture symbols to adapt your book: add visual supports to each page!
-Feed the Old Lady activity: cut out the Old Lady, cutting a hole for her mouth also, and cut out the items she eats in the story so that students can feed her!
-Sequence the Story: an activity to practice story recall and sequencing.
-Semantic Feature Analysis: Practice describing by providing features of "leaves" using color-coded visuals and questions.
-Leveled Worksheets/Homework: Check for understanding to ensure recall and comprehension of the story.
-Create a Fall Scene Craft Activity: What do you see in the fall? Color, cut, and glue items into an outdoor scene or use as an open-ended speech and language activity.
*All of our resources work very well with our "WH" Question prompts!
As always, we thank you for visiting our shop!
Follow us on Instagram @thelanguageladies for updates and more speech and language fun!
Boardmaker® Symbols were used in the making of this product, please see below for copyright information:
The Picture Communication Symbols ©1981–2015 by Mayer-Johnson LLC a Tobii Dynavox company. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Used with permission.
Boardmaker® is a trademark of Mayer-Johnson LLC.
In addition, please include the following company information in the resource section of your documentation:
2100 Wharton Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 1 (800) 588-4548
Fax: 1 (866) 585-6260
Web site: www.mayer-johnson.com