Wednesday, March 27, 2013

There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea Companion Pack!

I love book companions.  When I bought this new book from our school's "Books Are Fun," I knew I had to make a companion pack.  It is SUCH a cute book!  And I'm loving the southwestern theme!  :)  If you aren't familiar with it, head on over to Amazon to check it out.  So worth it.

Here's a preview of my companion pack!  It's filled with lots of speech and language skills and activities to go along with this book.

The contents include:
  • Open-ended game board
  • Sequencing cards and sequencing mat

  • Vocabulary cards (14 cards)
  • Rhyming cards (20 cards and 4 blank cards)
  • Basic and complex comprehension cards - the basic questions just target who and what questions plus include answer choices.  The complex questions are more of a variety and do not include answer choices.
  • Story prediction chart

  • Feelings inference cards - Includes sheet with feelings words for you to choose from. 
  • Inferencing chart - Students use pictures and text to come up with their own inferences.
  • Double bubble compare and contrast graphic organizer
  • Articulation cards - 12 each for /r/, /s/, and /l/ and 12 blank cards.  These can be used with the game board.
  • Open-ended reinforcement worksheets

 Color a Coyote, Do-A-Dot, and Roll and Color Desert.
  • 12 regular plural cards
  • Regular and Irregular verb sort - Sort the verbs into present tense or past tense cards.

  • Also included are visual sentence strips, story element cards, and contents page
You can grab this 33-page packet in my TPT store HERE!  What do y'all think??  Have you ever read this book?  


  1. This is an awesome book companion Lauren! I live in Arizona and I know my kiddos would love this, I am adding it to my wishlist.

    1. Thanks, Susan! So glad it's something you can use! I know my kids love it too. :)


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