Do you use the book There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat during the month of October? It is a darling picture book and provides a fun way to teach ordinal numbers, sequencing, cause and effect, and general writing traits.
I like my writing prompt images to "kind-of" match the images in the story we are referencing. It helps the children with recall. Here is a set of clip art images to be used in all your There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat activities.
The images are 300 dip, transparent png. files. They will size up and down without losing any clarity. This will allow me to size up the black and white line art images, print them out for the students to use as coloring pages, and then work in teams to create sequential mobiles.
Can't wait to see them hanging from the classroom ceiling!
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The 16 images include:
Bat (colored and black line)
Owl (colored and black line)
Cat (colored and black line)
Ghost (colored and black line)
Goblin (colored and black line)
Bones (colored and black line)