I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Printables

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Do you love having book companion worksheets to accompany your favorite stories as you read them to your preschooler?

We do too!

I am in love with these printables that go along with one of our favorite Thanksgiving books I Know and Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie. the watercolor illustrations are absolutely beautiful in this book.

This book reminds me so much of a book from my childhood called There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. It has the same repeating storyline that children find lots of fun.

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Your kids will enjoy the the expressive pictures throughout the story.

This three page pack has a Big and Small printable. Which item is bigger in each box and which item is smaller in each box?

There is also a page of line tracing which is great for building fine motor skills and handwriting skills.

How Do You Explain Big and Small Concepts to Preschoolers

Teaching young learners the concept of which is bigger and which is smaller does not have to be hard. Here is a video that might help you.

What Age is I Know and Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Best For?

This book is the perfect read aloud for kids ages 3 to 7. It can certainly be great for kids older than 7 and can be read independently by them as well.

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What Are the Benefits of Line Tracing for Preschoolers

Tracing lines helps children learn to work from left to right but it also helps them improve fine motor skill and build the muscles in their hands.

Line tracing pages like these are perfect for preschoolers and young learners.

What Are the Benefits of Coloring for Children?

This printable pack includes a coloring page with a legend. This is great for building fine motor skills, increasing color recognition, teaching kids to relax and to concentrate and more. Here is a list of the benefits of coloring for kids.

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Read I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie

If you’ve never read this amazing story by Alison Jackson or you do not have access to the book, you can always watch the below read aloud video.

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