Products with `books` Tag

There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow: Book Companion

This cold lady has some wintertime fun in store for speech therapy students. Included in this packet:

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Tissue Box Cold Lady - A cold lady and a step-by-step tutorial on how to make her out of a tissue box is included, as well as story cards. Perfect for sequencing the ...

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I Have a Pet (A Preschool Book)

Are you a SLP doing Early Intervention? Working with a Developmental Preschool? Materials can be time consuming, as can planning for group circle. This book is one I created to use with my Early Intervention Preschool and Developmental Preschool students to target multiple skills in a group circle format.

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Tengo una Mascota (I Have a Pet: Spanish Version) Preschool Book

Language delays come in all shapes and sizes of children. Sometimes, these are young children...and sometimes these young children don't speak English. When this happens, materials in a native language are needed. As a response to Spanish-speaking Early Intervention and Developmental Preschool children's needs, I have created Spanish materials to use in my group circle therapy times.

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Companion worksheets for "I Have a Pet"

Interested in cutting down on more prep time for preschool group circle? Here are a set of varying worksheets that can be used in conjunction with "I Have a Pet" or as homework activities.

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Moo Quack What Was That?

Mooo, Quack...What was that? A fun book for preschoolers, this is a book to teach farm animals, questions, and negation to young children. In a repetitive, sing-song style, this book provides expectation for answers and multiple opportunities to practice the same skills. Perfect for group circle in a developmental or early intervention preschool!

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Articles with `books` Tag

Five 5-minute activities for language development

During the summer it can be hard to focus on speech related tasks. Here are five ideas for quick activities you can do each day to focus on language. More...

Language development through books

It's no secret that pre literacy skills are vital in language as well as academic development. The easiest way to develop pre literacy skills in young children is simply by exposure to books. Here are some ideas on how to focus on language development using books. More...

Books for Artic

Books aren't only for language development - they can be used for articulation therapy as well. The key is to pick a book that is loaded with the sound your child is working on. If you cannot think of one... More...

My Owly and Wormy Discovery

There I was, browsing through the bookstore, minding my own business. I never expected to bump into an adorable owl and worm while I was there...but I'm glad to make their acquaintance. More...

Cold Lady Box Tutorial

Throwing that old tissue box away? Wait! Don't do it! Save it for some speech creativity, namely a tissue box old lady. Or a cold lady. Or even a monster. What? You don't know how to create one of these creatures? Well, let me explain how. More...

Key Parts of a Developmental Group Circle

So, you've decided to take on the task of running a group circle for your preschool language students. After collaborating with the preschool staff about how to make your group circle a priority, it's now time to come up with materials. Where do you even start? Here are some keys to creating or finding appropriate materials. More...

Go-to Ideas for Preschool Group Circle

New to running a language group circle? Need some quick ideas for group circle? Here are some easy, go-to ideas that can be modified for almost any language group circle for preschool students. More...

Do You Have a Book Club?

As you may know, I love to incorporate books into my therapy. Preliteracy and literacy skills are vital in every student's life. That being said, I found something I love on TeachersPayTeachers to help me incorporate more books into therapy. More...