Where Are The Flowers Rony? Spring Make and Take Book and Sequencing Activity

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PreK - 1st
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#springintosped2 Spring themed book that will help students strengthen vocabulary and sequencing skills. The book tells a simple story about a boy who is planting a garden. His friends, a girl and a dog, don't lend a helping hand with gardening, but instead nag him with the same question "where are the flowers Rony?" Nearly every page includes detachable items (rocks and weeds, seeds, watering can etc) Kids will love helping Rony plant his garden. Perfect for young learners because it contains a repetitive line and highly engaging illustrations. Interactive, fun, and well worth the time it takes to make.

This book is perfect for small group sessions targeting sequencing (how to plant a garden), and seasonal vocabulary.

See it in action in this YouTube video.

What's Included?

• 23 page printable book

• Detachable items: rocks, weeds, seeds, watering can, cloud, sun and cushion for the swing.

• Cover (color or ink saving black and white)

• Instructions.

• Four sequencing cards depicting the main character in the book (digging in the soil, planting seeds, watering the seeds, and enjoying the flowers).

• Follow-up worksheet "How to Plant Flowers" includes illustrations and cut and paste sentences in sequence.

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