There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey…………….. Activity and Video

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Teachers strive to make their activities content-rich. So how do we as educators cover content while letting our students have fun learning?

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There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey is a great book to go along with a lesson to teach in the month of November. We created a lesson that we teach every year to our little kiddos that incorporates literacy, math and sequencing all in one. It’s a win-win. Let’s take a look at how easily this fun content-rich lesson can be incorporated into your elementary classroom. 

 You can grab the  Activity Packet Here
(Packet can be used with all 12 There Was an Old Lady Books)



1. Listen and watch story from link below. (Link Below)

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If you do not have the book here is a
You Tube Link to the story:
 Click Here- There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey

2. Color the Hundreds Chart of the little old lady.

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3. Color the turkey and glue in the little old lady’s mouth.

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4. Sequencing Activity- Listen to the story and have the students color-cut-and paste the pictures in sequence.

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You can grab the  Activity Packet Here

Have fun implementing this lesson into your Thanksgiving holiday curriculum. We know your students will love it!
Extra Teaching Tidbit: This lesson can also go along with the book: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves.


You can grab the  Activity Packet Here
(Packet can be used with all 12 There Was an Old Lady Books)

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Related Thanksgiving Resources:
>> Thanksgiving Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures
>> Fall Hundreds Chart Mystery Pictures
>> Student Behavior Charts- November
>> Fold on the Bold Resources-November Gr.1 & 2

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