Book Study: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

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A great picture book study for "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly." Lots of fantastic extension activities. This book companion has a variety of resources and can be used for preschool, kindergarten, or 1st grade. These resources include crafts and activities to help practice coloring, cutting, and glueing skills as well as opportunities for reading and basic writing.

 

What You Get

  • Teacher discussion guide
  • Book project and activity ideas
  • Youtube links to related videos
  • Large Color Old Lady face (to cut out mouth)
  • Color animals to feed to the Old Lady
  • "What Would You Swallow?" Cute draw and write template
  • Jigsaw puzzle
  • Story crown template
  • Story patterns cut and glue worksheet
  • Tracing worksheet
  • Big story maze
  • Compare stories Venn Diagram worksheet
  • "What Do You Think" writing/drawing opportunity
  • 2 book reports
  • 3 Draw and Write early writer prompts
  • 1 writing pennant from story
  • 1 "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly" coloring page
  • 2 pages of finger puppets to color and cut out.
  • Cut and glue the animals inside the old lady template
  • Sequencing how the Old Lady looked as she swallowed the animals
  • Mini-booklet to color and trace (9 half-pages) (With words to trace and with blank writing lines)
  • Help the Old Lady Swallow the Fly Maze
  • Help the Old Lady Swallow the Fly Tracing Page
  • 3 letter "F is for Fly" handwriting practice pages
  • Fill In The Missing Story Word
  • Design Your Own Cover template
  • Label the Parts of the book (cut and glue)
  • Story word and picture sorting activity (cut and glue)
  • Finish the Words From The Story (cut and glue the missing letters)
  • Sight word worksheet (WHO and WHY)
  • Digraph worksheet (SW)
  • Words in the Story worksheet
  • Sounding out words cards
  • Sight Word cards
  • Story Elements worksheet
  • Trace and write words from the story
  • Cut-apart sequencing strips (2 versions for different endings)
  • "Why Do You Think She Swallowed The Fly?" writing prompt
  • 3 additional writing prompt pages

 

 


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