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Today’s Freebie Friday is a simple easy reader story I made for my clients working on simple phonological awareness skills (mostly decoding of CVC2 and CVC2C3 words). As you can see, it is quite repetitive in nature so the students only have to focus on a few new words to decode on each page. […]
I spoke in this week’s Tip Tuesday blog post about how I use The Napping House in speech therapy. I target early vocabulary, story comprehension, sequencing of story details and story retelling skills. I use these simple pictures I made from microsoft ppt. Of course for you to be able to use them you […]
Who doesn’t love using books in therapy? The Napping House is one of my personal favorites for story sequencing and simple story retelling or our PK kiddos. Initial Reading: I always begin with an initial reading of the book, using pointing and showing to emphasize actions of characters in the book. I take this time […]
This week’s Tip Tuesday blog, I shared how I use sock puppets and simple pictures to retell this fun story! I promised you the pictures if you want them, so here they are! Grab them at the link below Grab your freebie here! Enjoy!
I think we can all agree we enjoy our Eric Carle books! One of my personal favorites for targeting animal vocabulary, sequencing events and simple rhyming words is “The Greedy Python”! This summer, I was working with a 3 year old who was quite resistant to voluntarily speaking or imitating after myself or his parent […]
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Picture courtesy of: Amazon.com(click on picture to take you to the link) Through a FB thread several months ago, it was recommended to me to look into James MacDonald and Barabara Mitchell’s work in the SLP field. I didn’t know much about them so I went to my favorite source when searching for books…Amazon! There […]