Adapted Text: “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey”

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Adapted texts are a great way to get nonverbal students, low-level readers, and visual learners to interact with the text.

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“There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey” by Lucille Colandro

– Read the story aloud on a projector, have students come to the board to point word by word, and follow along.
– Use the book 1:1, have the student use the picture prompts to read the text.
– Ask basic WH questions along the way
– Use the arrows as helpful page-turners for students who have fine motor difficulties.
– Have fun with it! Pair it with a craft, a video, or a sensory activity!

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1 review for Adapted Text: “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey”

  1. Rita Thompson (verified owner)

    Omg. Too cute

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