Caps for Sale preschool activity for you!
Have you read Caps for Sale? It has us all laughing every single time. Now, not only can we read it, but we can also retell this familiar story with the Caps for Sale preschool activity.
Grab the egg carton and a handful of pom poms. Let’s create something great.
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What is a preschool book box?
A book box is a way to help your preschooler retell a familiar story. It has supplies that can act as props for story retells.
What’s inside the book box?
- Familiar book
- Props to retell the story
Why should I use a book box with my preschooler?
By Kindergarten, many children will be asked to:
- Retell familiar stories, including key details.
- Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
- Identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
Master now? Nope. Not yet. Expose now? You got it! This is a fun, interactive way to begin practicing this skill with your preschooler.
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- Caps for Sale
- Jumbo googly eyes
- Shredded paper
- Paper towel roll
- Egg crate
- Other art supplies – see our favorite.
Before putting together, the Caps for Sale activity, read the story to your preschooler more than once. Allow your child to become familiar with the characters, plot, and storyline.
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Caps for Sale is a perfect choice for a story retell.
It is a fun, colorful story that preschoolers love. The storyline is simple and engaging and has a lot of repeated vocabulary.
Fill your book box to retell Caps for Sale.
- “Caps for Saler “
- Stacking Roll – Made from paper towel roll and egg cartons
- Pom Poms
- Pedler – Made from the jar and shredded paper
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First, model how to read the preschool book.
As you read, show the Caps for Sale props and begin to act out the story.
Next, allow your preschooler to take out the props as you read or retell the story. Add the pom poms to represent each cap as it is read in the story.
Keep your items in the book box so your preschooler can retell Caps for Sale any time!
Ready? Let’s retell Caps for Sale!