Are you looking for book activities for your students to do this Halloween? Grab this free printable There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat Sequencing Activity!
After reading the book There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat by Lucille Colandro, your kids will use the cards to retell the story and put the pictures in sequential order.
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat Sequencing Activity:
Sequencing is important in helping beginning readers comprehend what they have read.
In this activity, your kids need to recall the order in which the old lady swallowed the Halloween things and connect the pictures together.
Using plastic links helps your children to develop their fine motor skills too.
Getting Ready To Use The There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat Sequencing Activity:
- 8 Story Sequencing Cards
What Else Is Needed:
- There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat by Lucille Colando
- White Card Stock
- Laminating Pouches
- Hole Punch
- Plastic Links
To prepare this book-inspired activity, click on the button fill out the form below.
Next, download and print the cards on white card stock.
Then, laminate the cards so your kids can use them over and over and cut them apart.
Finally, punch holes on all of the black dots.
How To Use The There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat Sequencing Activity:
After reading the book There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat by Lucille Colando, your students can recall the order that the old lady swallowed the Halloween-themed things.
They will first start with the old lady and connect all of the pictures in sequential order using plastic links.
This comprehension activity can be used for literacy centers, small groups, morning tubs, or as an enrichment activity for early finishers in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.
This There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat Sequencing Activity is a fun, hands-on way for beginning readers to work on sequencing and fine motor skills.
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More Bat-Themed Literacy Activities:
If you are looking for more bat-themed literacy activities for your preschoolers and kindergarteners, you may like these read alouds and resources.
Bat Books for Kids:
Bats by Gail Gibbons
Stellaluna by Janell Cannon
Bo the Bat by Alma Hammond
Bat Literacy Activities:
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Download the Sequencing Cards:
To get the free printable sequencing cards, fill out the form below. The resource will then be emailed to you.