A Hermit Crab goes on a journey for a year, making lots of new friends and seeing lots of new things. But when the year is over, he realizes he has grown to big for his shell. Whatever shall he do now?
The ‘A House for Hermit Crab Book Companion’ will help your little learners develop sequencing skills while learning about hermit crabs and why they need to get new shells. It will also help children with identifying words from their beginning and ending sounds.
A House for Hermit Crab Book Companion
What you need:
- Sequencing activity sheets copied
- Coloring Pencils/ Crayons
How to use this resource:
Print, cut and laminate the story props and use these to re-tell the story. Hand out the pictures and the words to the children and ask them to bring it to the front and to stick it on the board as the story is being told.
After listening to the story, the children color the pictures on the sequencing activity sheets, cut it out and paste it in the correct order. When they are done, pair the kids up and ask them to re-tell the story to their partner.