Monday, December 2, 2013

The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell Free Printables

 

This Post Contains Amazon.com Affiliate Links.
 
I have spent my day working with Kiddos on retelling the story, naming synonyms, finding rhymes and looking for their speech sounds in the book

“There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Bell!”

Written by Lucille Colandro and Illustrated by Jared Lee. 

Until I can make my own book companion pack that has everything I really need just the way I want it,  I scoured Pinterest and Teachers Pay Teachers finding freebies that I can use right now!
Bright Concepts for Teachers
has a great 5 page freebie including story props to retell the story and a writing CRAFT-tivity. Click the Picture to go to her TpT store
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/There-Was-An-Old-Lady-Who-Swallowed-A-Bell-Freebie-427421

I am using the Pictures from this on a story stick or laminated and Velcro-ed as a great way to work on ordinal numberswhile retelling a story.   


My kids are coloring the images while they wait on a turn and we are making the retelling bags before Christmas Break to take home and retell to their Families

Click the affiliate link to amazon.com above or below to get the book - ships super fast and free if you are a PRIME member!  I love Amazon Prime!
Or try the book along with a CD with the wacky song.

 

~ Alicia ~
 

1 comment:

Vik Vein said...

I am sure that having all these activities, reading will never be boring again. Sometimes the way kids are taught in the early childhood influences the following study. I have met hundreds of learners who apply to essays help services for students just because they are were not motivated enough in the childhood and are sure that study is a boredom. It is not enough for kids just to hear or read they have to draw a picture in their minds and such activities can definitely help.