Here are the masters if you are interested:. This is something that you can take home to retell the story to your family. Inside the doors they will draw all the feet in their house.
We will think about the events in the story, i. Inside,we talk about how many feet are there when everyone is sleping in theirhouse and then we draw them. You can study rainbows - have the kids make individual torn paper rainbows or have the class use sponges to make a great big spongepainted rainbow.
Tell them they are going to make their own Napping House.
Next, you will get a wooden stick and a strip of Velcro. I got the idea from a Marilyn Burns activity.
Do you notice how the colors change throughout the book. The Napping House-A.
During turn and talk time, I observe while students tell about and describe an event in the story. I often made retelling props for my magnet board too — I just copied clipart or sometimes xeroxed pictures from the bookthen I usually mounted them on card stock or construction paper to make them more durable — then laminated them and added a small piece of magnetic tape.