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    Old Lady who swallowed a fly! Make her with a flip lid trash can. When it gets to each item in the reading of the book, then kids "feed" the old lady!

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    The Very Hungry Caterpillar- could be cute for other stories such as the "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A....." as well

    Creating OLD LADY SWALLOWED A FLY props to help with retelling standards: K.RL.1, K.RL.2, K.RL.3 (key details, characters, setting and events)

    Tissue Box Recycling....Feed The Old Lady Who Swallowed the Clover free printable from Playing with Words 365

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    Great tissue caterpillar for your classroom. Has link to Martha Stewart tutorial for making the balls.

    Have children climb into mitten as you read the story. The kids would love this!

    Following picture directions - cute idea for my niece. @Molly Lund didn't Ells get one of these?

    There was an old lady who swallowed a fly Retelling project using a plastic Baggie.

    hungry caterpillar feed me can

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    sensory cards... would be neat to do a card for each letter of the alphabet (ex: write A on one side of card, flip over to feel aluminum foil, write B on next card, flip over to feel band-aids, etc.)

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly ~ fun learning activity. Fine motor, sequencing, early reading and spelling all rolled into one!

    Feed the Hungry Caterpillar bean bag toss party game - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

    activities to go with cool books!

    "Calming Caddy" for kiddos who need a break.

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    Fine motor fun- feed a big mouth frog!

    Happy tooth sad tooth story

    Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Magnet Tray... Heath would flip his lid!!!

    War math game with manipulatives--a way to practice connecting numbers with objects and recognizing which is larger.