Like I mentioned on Tuesday, my freebies that went along with the Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover book were quite a hit, so I wanted to offer up some for the Chick Book. In the post I shared a story telling necklace as well as a barrier game (that can be used with or without the book…I created it to be just Easter related also!). Go check out that postÂ HERE to get your copies of these activities! (All images purchased fromÂ Scrappin Doodles)
So by popular demand I am also giving you all the Feed the Old Lady game for this book! If you already made on old lady for the Clover book, you don’t need to make another one but I did include another Old Lady face in this freebie if you need it!
You glue the Old Lady’s head (after cutting out a hole in her mouth) onto an empty tissue box. You then can have your children/students “feed” the old lady the items in the story as you read! (Hint: printing the head on card stock and then laminating would be best for durability. My 14 month old ripped ours within minutes!!) This would be great for a circle time or small group, or even just 1:1. This can help target vocabulary, turn taking, and is just FUN! . Clip Art was purchased from Scappin Doodles. Here is what my Clover one looks like:
I plan on doing this with my daughter and my clients next week…ENJOY! Grab your own copy for FREE right HERE!
Emily @ Simple Little Home says
OH, this is seriously too cute. I have to give it a try!
You’ll love it!
Thank you so much for sharing. I teach a life skills class, so I try to have something for everyone to encourage participation.
Thank you so much!! You are absolutely amazing!
Thanks Trish! ENJOY!
This is adorable! Thanks 🙂
Kristin Cummings says
Shiya Genson says
I am an elementary librarian and a few weeks ago I printed your freebies for “There was an old lady who swallowed a clover”. I knew I wanted to come back to see if you were going to have anything for “There was an old lady who swallowed a chick”. I was not disappointed! Even though I already had my old lady I printed her and cut out her hat. I then laminated it and put a piece of velcro on my old lady’s hair so she can wear a hat in the spring!
I print two copies of the images, laminate them and glue them on craft sticks, then the kids get to “feed” the old lady along with the story. They love it!
I will be serving peeps to my preschoolers with this book!