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You receive an interactive language companion to go with the book “There was an Old Lady Who was not Afraid of Anything.” Used in mixed speech and language groups by answering simple “wh” questions. Increase difficulty by asking orally and simplify questions by providing a visual of two choices on the card. Use the scarecrow cut-outs for students to put items in order that the old lady sees them to create their own scarecrow.
Packet also includes pumpkin articulation mats. These mats can be printed out in black and white to be colored in, or make small “pumpkins” out of orange Play-doh and smash them on a laminated mat as you practice saying the correct sound in that mat. Mats can also be used as bingo mats. Take turns rolling a dice and cover that many spaces with a marker. The first student to cover all the pictures on their mat wins. Ideas are endless.
Roll a scarecrow is a great open ended game for all students to practice speech/language goals before taking a turn. First student to color complete scarecrow wins.
Students will be working on answering “wh” questions (CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.1.D Understand and use question words) and vocabulary (CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.1.B Use frequently occurring nouns and verbs.)