I even read this with some artic kids---there are a lot of 'L' words in the book! Every time I point at the child, he needs to say 'little old lady' correctly!
The video below is one I found on YouTube. I have no idea who these kids are, but the teacher here did what I did with my kids last week---she brought in real articles of clothing and each child had a part to play along with an piece of clothing to hold. She paired kids up, while I paired my kids with whatever adults were in the room. It was all fun! Exactly how you structure this depends on the levels of your children.
I also quickly made some visuals. I used them during the group activity to assist in comprehension and to cue the kids as to when to say their line.
Click here to get the visuals in Boardmaker
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I am in the process of switching all pdf visuals to Smarty Symbols. Since I pay for this subscription, this product is on Teachers Pay Teachers. If you have Boardmaker, click above and it's free.
Have fun with this book. I did! I also want to say that when reading this to the kids, you have the freedom to paraphrase. Some of the pages are slightly wordy--but I managed to hone in on the action words quickly with an abbreviated reading.