Lapbook Lessons has free printable Stone Soup activities. The free 15-page free Stone Soup lapbook activity pack is written with a Christian slant. It teaches Biblical lessons of truth vs. lie. There's a free printable cut and paste wheel graphic organizer called "The Lies They Told." This activity helps students sequence "Stone Soup" story events. It teaches comprehension lessons of if-then and cause/effect connections.
There's a free printable cut and paste Stone Soup mini book. It connect Stone Soup to the Bible miracle of Jesus in which He multiplies the loaves and fishes to feed the multitudes. There are free printable Stone Soup story cards. Children and cut out story cards and use them to retell the Stone Soup story. There's a Stone Soup lift-the-flap printable and other games and lesson plans on Stone Soup.
DL-TK has free printable Stone Soup felt board activities, coloring pages, recipes, crafts, nutrition science lessons and more. Songs for Teaching has eight free printable "Stone Soup" worksheets,cut and paste manipulatives, lesson plans, puzzles and games. Crayola has free printable "Stone Soup" coloring pages and crafts. Scholastic has a free printable Stone Soup lesson plan. And Lil Country Kindergarten is a blog with several Kindergarten lesson plans on Stone Soup.
Marcia Brown's "Stone Soup" is the oldest book version (1947). It was a Caldecott honor book. Brown also wrote other Caldecott children's literature winners "Shadow" and "Once a Mouse." Ann McGovern is the "If you lived..." book lady. In the 1960s she wrote non-fiction Scholastic series on what it would be like to live with Sioux Indians, Colonial Times, etc. Ann McGovern is a great history and anthropology resource. Jon J. Muth wrote a Japanese version of "Stone Soup." Muth also wrote "Zen Shorts" "The Three Questions" and "Zen Ties."