Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything Preschool

 Today we read "The Little Old Lady Who was Not Afraid of Anything" by Linda Williams and did activities to go along with the book.
All of my children love the fun, repetition in the story.  My son had me read it to him several times and he enjoyed saying the parts that repeat.  Making Learning Fun is the best resource I have fun for activities to go along with this book.  Including these flannel board pieces. (and yes, my son is still kind of a sickie)
It also has great activities including the story stick, matching game, matching game, and more.
Of course, my son wanted to paint so we made this scarecrow also from Making Learning Fun.
This is a really fun roll/spin a scarecrow game.  
There is also a large scarecrow with this printable.  My son had a great time saying what the book said as he built the scarecrow.  Example, "The boots go clomp, clomp."
You can check out what we did in 2011 and in 2012 with this book. Also, I planned to do more scarecrow activities as well. 

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