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The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything Book Play

These activities were inspired by The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything. To learn more about the book and see all of our Little Old Lady activities, click here

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything is the perfect book for dramatic play! Giggles and excitement are sure to happen when you encourage your child to join in the refrain and use different voices and movements or maybe even add props in order to truly bring the story alive.

By listening to the story and waiting for just the right time join in, participating in this type of dramatic play can help build listening skills, self-confidence and pre-reading skills. Chances are this book will never be read the same way again!

For Example...
When the shoes appear, use a deep voice to say CLOMP, CLOMP and stomp your feet.
When the pants appear, use a slightly higher voice to say WIGGLE, WIGGLE and wiggle you hips.
When the shirt appears, make your voice sound shaky to say SHAKE, SHAKE and shake your arms and shoulders.
When the gloves appear, make your voice louder to say CLAP, CLAP and clap your hands.
When the hat appears, make your voice very quiet to say NOD, NOD and nod your head.
When the Pumpkin Head appears, yell BOO, BOO! and make scary hands movements.

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