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The napping house

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Napping House activity and free printable.

A while ago we did a fun activity with the book, The Napping House. This is seriously one of my favorite books of all time. It has a gre...

Who doesn’t like coming into work with your favorite pajamas and most comfortable pair of slippers on? I know I sure do...

Who doesn’t like coming into work with your favorite pajamas and most comfortable pair of slippers on? I know I sure do...

What is In Your House? I like this idea but instead of drawing cut out pics from magazines for kids ro add to a large house cutout.

The children talked to one another about what they had in their house and the different kinds of rooms that they had. As they talked about it with each other they also drew what was in their house. This was a great activity for building on vocabulary and language skills as the children talked to one learning about different things in each other homes. This is our school community.

THE NAPPING HOUSE COMPREHENSION ACTIVITY - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Description This is a lesson plan and comprehension activity to use along with the book The Napping House. After listening to the story, the students must glue the characters in the correct order on the bed. Common Core Standards are addressed and included in the lesson plan. Please message me if you have any questions. Enjoy! -Miss V. Freebie offered under Scrappin Doodles License #TPT149849

Here's a recording sheet and character pieces for a math lesson using THE NAPPING HOUSE by Audrey Wood.

This is a link for the recording sheet and the characters from the story. If you choose to use it, let me know how it goes. Recording Shee...

When talking about squares, print out this page and let the kids make a collage with patterned paper or fabric!

Quilts can have many different colors and designs. Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to draw the designs you would you like on your quilt.