Digital Interactive Book for Early Intervention Apraxia of Speech l Bilabials
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There's no reason to not use child-led speech therapy during tele-therapy or distance learning! This story is fun and engaging for even your littlest preschool learners. This story is repetitive, interactive, and features plenty of early word shapes, concepts, and bilabials!
A repetitive story about BIG and SMALL puppies who want bones! On each page, a different puppy wants a bone. The child is able to choose a bone and give it to the puppy. The text is simple and clear and provides ample opportunities to practice a variety of goals.
This story is particularly designed to work on BILABIAL STOPS (p, b). There are ample opportunities to practice these sounds for these sounds on each page.
The following words are featured in the story:
- CV: My, She, Bow, Wow
- VC: Is, Eat
- CVC: Big, Bob, Pip, Pop, Bone, Put, Pick, Woof, Bowl, Pup
- CVCV: Puppy, Poppy, Bobby, Happy
Carrier Phrases: This is ______, Gimme a _______, Eat the _______, Pick a ________.
VOCABULARY: Once you have read the story a few times, have the student fill in the blank on each page.
SENTENCE LENGTH: Have the student use the carrier phrase “I wanna/I want a” when choosing the bone.
EARLY WORD SHAPES: Have the student say the words in the story.
CONCEPTS: COLOR: Have the student ask for a bone, by using the color of the bone.
SIZE: Talk about the size of each pup.
REQUESTING: Have the student ask for a bone.
FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS: Have the student feed a particular bone to a particular puppy.
DESCRIBING: Have the student describe the different pup’s features (size, color, ears, tail length).
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