This week I provided a bonus freebie: A barrier game based on the book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover (check out the post HERE). Today I have another activity to go with this book! Feed the Old Lady!
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!
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 Scrappin Doodles.
Grab your own copy HERE. Want more? You are in LUCK! Check back tomorrow because I have one last activity to go along with this book!
Cheers, Happy FRIDAY!!!
Deb @ Living Montessori Now says
You have such awesome printables, Katie! What a fun printable and activity to go with a fun book! I featured your printable as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow
Thanks so much Deb!! You ROCK!! 🙂
Sierra @ H is for Homeschooling says
This is awesome, as always! I have been wanting to try to find these books for awhile but kept forgetting. I think you gave me the extra nudge because Boogie would think this is so fun! Pinned it! Thanks for sharing!
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Sierra I use all these books in my therapy sessions as well as at home…I haven’t met a kid who doesn’t giggle as I read all the silly things the old lady swallows! ENJOY!
Hi Katie, I thank you so very much. I hope you take a minute to think about all the children you help- and you never met them! As a teacher, you motivate me!
Cheryl, thank you SO much! This comment made my DAY!! Thank you! 😀
YOU ARE AMAZING! I LOVE THE “OLD LADY” FREEBIES!!!!
What do you suggest for a student whose parents speak with a haevy foreign accent? Both his verbal vocabulary and comprehension skills are VERY WEAK. Not eligible for ESL according to state
Rebecca, I’d need more info. Feel free to email me! 😀
Love all the information and activities!!! I work for the Kindergarten Here We Come program and it’s great to have such a great resource. Thank you.
You are so welcome, glad I can help 🙂
Thanks so much for this activity. My kindergarteners LOVED it!