4 Storybook link: The Little Old Lady Who was not Afraid of Anything
The Little Old Lady Who was not Afraid of Anything
Williams, Linda (1986). The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything. New York: Scholastic Inc.
This is a wonderful story for October! It builds as the story is told:
Examples: As the little old lady is walking, she finds gloves, then pants, then shirt etc.
Each clothing item is mentioned every time the little old lady finds an additional item, until finally, she finds all the clothing to create a scarecrow.
Different instruments may be played for each piece of clothing introduced in the story.
Example: A drum is used for the boots walking, shakers for the pants that wiggle.
If you are teaching online, have students draw their own pieces of clothing to build while they listen to the story or have them create their own sounds from home to accompany the story.