Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick Speech/Language Activity Pack

By Laura Smith|April 3, 2015|Free printable, Speech/Language therapy|

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This is a little late, but I see private clients on Saturday and I needed an activity to go along with the book “There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick,” by Lucille Colandro.  As you probably know, I usually incorporate repetitive books into therapy as a way to provide vocabulary in context, but to also have the kids participate by having a part in the book to practice language and/or speech targets.

I start with story cards while I’m telling the story:

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Afterward, I have a sequencing grid place the pictures in order and work on various concepts such as first, next, last or before/after; or to aid in a story retell.

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I included two separate following directions activities for the kids who need additional work with receptive language:

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Sentence stem pages for subject pronoun and has/have agreement: she (pictured), he, and they

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Finally a blown up picture of the “Old Lady” to place on a manila envelope or cereal box and have students “feed” her the story cards.  We usually practice saying “She at the…..”

 

To get this activity, visit my TpT store: SLPMommyofApraxia TpT store

 

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