This fun book companion for "There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed a Clover" (by Lucille Colandro) is packed full of fun literacy and language intervention!!
Pages 3-4: Story picture cards: give cards to students for active participate during reading; play Concentration as a reinforcement game
Page 5: Initial Sound Matching: use one set of picture cards (page 3-4) with this page and play matching or Concentration
Page 6: Syllable Matching: use one set of picture cards (pages 3-4) with this page for matching or Concentration
Pages 7-8: Rhyme matching. Students must match a rainbow word to the rhyming pot-o-gold word
Page: 9 Story Sequencing: cut picture into strips, use as a story sequencing puzzle and to facilitate story retell.
Pages 10-14: Story Comprehension Board Game: print and cut out game pieces (page 11) and question cards (pages 12-14). Students draw a card, answer the question, and move around the board (page 10) the number of spaces indicated on the question card.
Pages 15-16: Vocabulary Matching: Match the leprechaun (story vocabulary word) to the clover (child-friendly definition)
Pages 17-21: Pronoun sorting: Give the Old Lady or the Leprechaun (page 17) a picture (page 3-4) based on the direction card (pages 18-21)
Page 22: Coloring page reinforcement: Use as reinforcement for articulation or other activities. Color in gold as tasks are completed.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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