Are you excited for Spring? Trying to tie spring-themed activities and stories into your speech & language sessions? Then you will love this story companion! This companion is intended to be used with the book, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog by Lucille Colandro. This companion is not affiliated with the book or the author. The story is not included in this companion.
Here is what's inside:
Pages 4-5: Large story sequencing Activity
Print, cut, and laminate the Old Lady and picture cards. Have your students “feed” the lady (page 4) the items from the story as you read along.
Pages 6-7: Large Story Sequencing Cards
These can be used as visuals while reading the story or as vocabulary cards.
Pages 8-10: Word Wall Vocabulary Cards
Have these cards displayed in your classroom while you read this story.
Pages 11-13: Student Story Sequence activity
Let your students demonstrate their story sequencing skills as they put the story in order. Pictures are black and white so they can color in the pictures when they are done. Numbers and words are included in the activity so students can complete this activity independently.
Pages 14-17: Cover The Dots!
Have your students cover the dots with chips, markers or even better- candy as they correctly practice a target word or answer a question!
Page 18: Color the Story
Have your students work on vocabulary and color in the pictures as they read about them in the story.
Page 19: Story Scavenger Hunt
Have your students search the story for words that contain their target sound!
Pages 20-24: Mini Book
Students can illustrate a mini version of the story. Great for story retell, articulation practice, and homework!
Pages 25-26:Following Directions!
One and two step direction coloring activities are included.
Page 27-29: Compare & Contrast
Have your students Compare and contrast vocabulary words from the story!