I love the story The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything. It's such a fun read aloud....and there's so many possibilities with this story..sequencing, retelling, onomatopoeia, predictions....and the list goes on. I TOTALLY love children's books (Please don't ask me what the last adult book I read was lol). When I'm doing something out of my normal routine, I like to have it all prepared (never know when you need a sub--ya know?)-so it's not a lot, but here's a few activities for the story. I also found a website with these cute scarecrows. I put the link in the file....but I added a glyph to go with it (also in the download). However, today as we were working on the glyph--I had them use the hair pieces to represent their age.
**Sidenote**I had one little guy who asked me (as I was making mine with them to demonstrate) if I were going to do the same--and he said, "What do you need---fif?" and he stopped....I said WHAT???---of course we laughed, but geesh--lol
Okay--back on topic. I had forgotten how long it takes to do a craft project with firsties....but they did turn out cute. OHHHH and guess what????? I took pictures--kinda---sorta....well, I used my phone so they didn't turn out great, but it's a start right? :)
**The last picture is kinda blurry--I had a