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  • Sandy Ward

    Retelling/Sequencing..Pre-writing activity to lead up to a producing students' own sequencing story...

  • Erica Fearn

    There was an old lady sequencing and St. Pat's Day activity ideas.

  • Emily Trapp

    There was an old lady sequencing...this would be especially great practice for my low kiddos.

  • RhS

    I know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly / Great books for teaching sequence.

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This would be great using a Pringles container, cutting a hole in the mouth and while singing the rhyme, pop each one into her mouth!

Pitner's Potpourri: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - Freebie. Use this book to teach sequence of events.

I know an old lady who swallow a pie! These can be done by: cutting out and adding a magnet for magnet board. Laminating and adding velcro for flannel board OR traced onto white flannel for pieces. :)))

I know an old lady....Think this is so cute for the younger grades!

If you take a mouse to the movies unit - phonics, writing, games, sequencing, reading, word wall and number activities

Cute for all of those "There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a ______" books!

I printed this out almost 8 years ago for one of my first therapy activities and put it on a coffee can and a paper bag then the kids could put the animals in teh bag or the can. I then printed off other symbols so they could write their own story. The most popular activity amongst the students that I ever did