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There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro. I like using my iPad to read books sometimes...and the kids always like it!
TPT store. For some of my first graders, we did the Sentence Trees. I had a big pile of leaf cards that were both nouns and verbs and we sorted them to the right tree, and made sentences. I was able to target plurals and verb tense with this one, which is a goal I feel like I am constantly working on with my primary kiddos. I had some blank leaves that they were able to add their own nouns/verbs, which was fun.
They turned out SO cute!!!
They used their scarecrows to retell the story and were able to take them home for more practice :)
The last Old Lady activity we used was Graph A Granny! This download includes dice games for each of the Old Lady stories. I had my intermediate artic kids write their speech words in the boxes, then we played! It was a great activity for them and they took it home for homework! You can find Graph A Granny in my TPT Store.artic bucket and glued those to the leaves, then the leaves to the page. Perfect for take home!
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That's about it for the fall themed activities! Have you used any fall themed activities yet in your speech world? I'd love to hear about them!