Thursday, October 23, 2014

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Today we read "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything".  This is a fun book to read a loud and have fun with.
Making Learning Fun is the best resource I have found for this book.  There are flannel board pieces like above and activities like the ones pictured below, plus more.
 Here is my son's very own scarecrow.  He actually colored some which is great considering he tries to avoid coloring as much as possible!
 This is a free printable that is a fun way to review the book.
This Roll a Scarecrow is a fun game to play a long with this story.
You can see previous posts about this book in the links below: 


Amy said...

Did you draw the scarecrow he colored yourself, or is there a template somewhere? :) Thank you!!

Heather J. said...

You can print off the scarecrow at Making Learning Fun's website. The link is above or just go to and find "There Was An Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything".

Amy said...

Haha - I thought that link was just for the felt story pictures :) Thanks for answering my question!