Is story time part of your daily routine, or you would like it to be? Great! While some children already have a love of reading and are a very attentive and engaged audience during story times, others may show less interest and benefit from additional supports to associate reading and stories with “good things” as well as be a more active and engaged participant.
Regardless of whether you have early, intermediate or advanced learners, or whether you have interested or disinterested learners, these story boards are a fit for you!
Storyboards can be used to locate matching pictures while reading, re-telling the story, sequencing events, used as bingo boards or even cut up for a variety of other play & literacy activity ideas. Be creative! The most important thing is meeting our learner’s where they are developmentally, scaffolding new skills, increasing engagement and having fun!
14 Autumn Inspired Stories (some stories have 2-3 versions for further differentiation. Total resource is 23 pages)
A Bus for Us by: Suzanne Bloom
If You Take a Mouse to School by: Laura Numeroff
Llama Llama Misses Mama by: Anna Dewdney
Apple Picking Day! by: Candice Ransom
It’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff
The Gruffalo by: Julia Donaldson
Froggy Picks a Pumpkin: Jonathan London
There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat By Lucille Collandro
Room on the Broom By Julia Donaldson
The Color Monster by Anna Llenas
Little Acorn by: Melanie Joyce
Squirrel’s Busy Day by: Lucy Barnard
We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt by: Steve Metzger
There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey by: Lucille Collandro
These storyboard represent only one component of our Socially Playful Literacy Curriculum: Be sure to check out the rest …. Play Center Choices, Music & Movement, Cooperative & Competitive Games….and MORE!