The next in the Nursery Rhyme and Folk Tale packs is out! I just love the classic tales!
These Free Jack & the Beanstalk printables are to be used with children from 2 to 8. These printables were made to go with the book Jack and the Beanstalk. I have some activities for a wide range of ages.
Jack & the Beanstalk Pack contains over 65 pages:
(part 1) 3 Part Cards, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next?, Prewriting Practice, Pattern Cards, Matching Cards, 4 Piece Puzzles, 10 Piece Puzzle, Dot the B & J, Trace the B & J, Color the Story, Label the Begging Sound, What Number Bag is it?, Jack & The Beanstalk Writing, Acrostic Poem (part 2) Begging Sound, Size Sequencing, Wall Cards, Trace Begging Sound, Trace the Word, Write the Word, Write about the Word, Color & Trace the Word, Color by Size, Hands on Math Pages (Addition, Subtraction, Greater than/Less Than, Counting), Addition & Subtraction Pages, Word Problem Questions (part 3) Color the Pattern, Fill in the Missing Pattern, Number Cut and Paste, Make Rhyming Words, Beanstalk Number Lines, Roll & Cover, Measure the Beanstalk
Tot Pack contains 39 pages:
Solid Line Prewriting, Dashed Line Prewriting, Which One is Different, Color by Size, 2 Piece Puzzles, Color the Bean Book, Match Cards, 9 Piece Puzzle, Match Single Page, Shape Tracing, Dot the Letter: B – J – G, Color the Letter G
We continue our Dr Seuss week with another fun activity we did this week!
My girls just love Green Eggs and Ham. It is the most read book at our house right now. Amelia learned and memorized the pages so she could read it. I decided it was time to challenge what she did and did not know when she read the words.
I got all 50 words words from the Green Eggs and Ham.. I got them from the following post at CNN about Dr Seuss. I am in no way associated with Dr Seuss and the word list is free to those that way to use it.
What you need: Green Eggs and Ham, 50 words from Green Eggs & ham, green & white pom poms, and Green and white yarn.
The first time through with the words I read the book and they color the square or covered them with glass gems. Both of my girls loved it. We also saw where I was missing words or had them out of order on the paper when doing this. It frustrated them and me. I thought I had it all right the first time and did not.
After the reading we did the sensory bin. They matched up the green word cards to the plan white paper. It was fun to see and even Mary was interested in matching words as well. It took them a bit to do it but was loads of fun for all of us. This was a great test of her knowledge of reading the words not in the book. She struggled with a few words but did okay in the end.
After finishing the sensory bin we made some sentences from the book as we read.
Then we made our own sentences using the words from the book.
This was a very fun activity and worked on learning the words not just memorizing what was on the pages.