This is a wonderful, fun activity to pair with the children's book "There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a...."-
Use it in a READING CENTER, MATH CENTER or after your READ ALOUD- or great to leave with a sub for those QUICK EASY go to activities. Goes with 12 books- This can be used for any of the "There was an old lady " books- it doesn't matter which one you read - the students cut out the picture of the fly, shell, clover, snow, leaves, bell, frog, bat, chick, turkey or books and color and glue it into the old lady's mouth on the hundreds chart a fun 3 in one activity.
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1. Mystery Picture hundreds chart
2. Color-Cut and Paste the object she swallowed into her mouth
3. Sequencing by Pasting the objects in order of what she swallowed practice sheet
✅ Old Lady Hundreds Chart & Answer Key
✅ Cut & Paste for her mouth
✅ Cut & Paste Sequencing Practice Sheet
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