Many activities in this pack help to retell a favorite fall story "The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything" written by Linda Williams and should be done after reading the book. Other activities include: Vocabulary cards: Introduce vocabulary that coincides with the book “The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything” before the story is read.
Scarecrow Colors: Pages are offered with color words in black and white to help with recognizing color words and with words in corresponding color ink for little ones working on matching colors.
Action words/pictures to coincide with the book “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything”. Match up the picture with the action words. Use with a pocket chart or play a memory type game with them.
Sequencing page/pictures to retell the story “The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything”.
Large pictures that can be used during a whole group reading of the story. Students can hold up the pictures as they appear in the book. A memory game could also be played with the pictures.
Individual pictures that can also be used to sequence the story by gluing on a piece of construction paper or sentence strip as the book is re-read. They could also be used to make a scarecrow on its own.
A Scarecrow Glyph with directions and patterns.
An emergent reader to coincide with the glyph explaining how the scarecrow was made.