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There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover - an INTERACTIVE activity!

I'm really into the "There was an Old lady" books lately. I think it's all the rhyming and eating lol I see a ton of activities using printable sheets for this book, which are great, but I wanted to bring you guys something a little more high tech today!

My interactive version of "There was an old lady who swallowed a clover" is a super fun activity that you can use with the book and/or after the book as a follow up! You can use it for sequencing, story telling, rhyming, etc. The options are endless!

Here's how it works! The students are given two options as to what the old lady ate. The questions are sequenced in the same order as the story. Once the students give the answer, click on (in this case the clover) the picture of the object and watch it fly into the old lady's mouth! Then go down to the bottom and click on the empty box in the sentence to fill in the story!

Next, watch the old lady's stomach fill up. Follow the prompts on the screen as to which picture to click first. Then watch the screen reenact the story!

Finally, watch the old lady dance around and all of the items come flying out of her mouth! Don't forget to click and watch the St. Patrick's Day Clover wiggle around at the end!

Download this great activity HERE just in time for St. Paddy's!


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