Today I am very exited to start DAY 1 of my Birthday Month Giveaways by raffling off a giveaway by Figuratively Speeching SLP, which is a book companion to Lucille Colandro’s “There was an old lady who swallowed some leaves”.
This is a lovely 33 page supplemental packet to the book which includes a variety of activities aimed at improving the student’s auditory processing (following one, two-step directions,and conditional directions), listening comprehension (story questions), vocabulary knowledge and use, sequencing ability, story retelling ability, phonological awareness skills (identifying the first sound in vocabulary words), articulation abilities (word lists and homework pages) and much much more. You can find this product in her TPT store by clicking HERE or you can enter my one day giveaway for a chance to win.
12 thoughts on “Birthday Giveaway Day One: Book Companion for There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves”
I love these books and so do my students! I would use this with my pre-k kiddos!
Thanks. Looks like a great activity pack.
I would definately use with my younger elementary age and special ed population. Happy Birthday!
I love the Old Lady books and decided to use them this year as units with my primary grade students and SDC students. These companion packs are a great resource for extending the learning
I have a lot of kinders on my caseload this year. They would love to do activities from this book!
I use all of these books during the year with Pre-K and K. They really enjoy the Old Lady.
This would be fun for all my early elementary kids.
I love this book series and use it with my elementary aged special education students. I would love new materials to spice up my lessons.
I don’t have any of the Old Lady companions and would love to try them out with my k-5 kids!
I love using books and book companions in therapy. My elementary students love Old Lady and I know they would enjoy this one too!
I love these books and I am always looking for packs to go with them. I work in a PreK-4 building and I would use this with all of my kids.
I love the old lady books! I would use this set with my k-4 language students.