Goodnight Goon Book Companion for Speech and Language Therapy

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Scanlon Speech Therapy
Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd
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40 pages
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Goodnight Goon by Michael Rex is the perfect book for children receiving speech therapy from preschool through 3rd grade.

This 40-page book companion for Goodnight Goon will further expose your student to the tier 2 vocabulary that is playfully featured in this book. Additional activities and worksheets target the following speech therapy areas:

- Answering and responding to various Wh-questions

- Position Concepts/Prepositions

- Listening and Following Directions

- Comparing and Contrasting

The included activities are interactive, fun, and hands-on!

Disclaimer: Please know my product is not affiliated with the author or the publishers of Goodnight Goon. This product was designed to be used as a companion for Goodnight Goon.

Updated 10/20/20: Mime Activity added AND Tele-therapy Adaptations and Suggestions included. This is a great product to use for In-person AND remote/virtual speech therapy sessions.

Updated 10/1/21:

BRAND NEW Prepositional worksheets - Where's My Hat? Where's My Bat?

BRAND NEW - VOCABULARY Reminder Sheet for Home - great way to remember to use the tier 2 vocabulary featured in this book!

BRAND NEW & REVISED - Wh-question worksheets


What’s included?


  • My Bedroom Drawing (page 4). Print sheet and ask child to draw a picture of his or her room. Encourage him or her to describe it, too. Ask questions like, “What do you like the best about your room?” “What color are your walls?”
  • Vocabulary Puzzles (pages 5 & 6) Print, laminate, and carefully cut out puzzles. Have your child try to read, or you read the words and definitions, and then have him or her correctly put the puzzles together.
  • Draw and Connect (pages 8 to 11). See directions on page 7.
  • While Reading or Pre/Post Reading
  • Search & Find. (pages 12 & 13) Find the objects in the little werewolf’s room. Many of my clients were mesmerized by all the visually appealing (aka creepy) items in the room.

Post Reading

  • The Little Werewolf’s Bedroom Drawing (page 14) Print sheet and ask child to draw a picture of the little werewolf’s bedroom.
  • Prepositions – Where is the Hat? Where is the Bat? (pages 16 -21). Directions on page 15.
  • Wh-Questions with Visuals (pages 22-26): Ask the questions and have the child circle the correct answers.
  • Vocabulary Building at Home (page 27) – Set daily reminders to use the vocabulary words at home with your children. This sheet is reproducible for distribution to families.
  • Use the Venn Diagrams (pages 28-31) to compare the bedrooms and the books Goodnight Goon vs Goodnight Moon. A diagram with blank lines is also included so you can compare/contrast other items (e.g. a witch vs. a goon or a mummy vs. vampire).
  • Listen & Follow the Directions (pages 32-34) See page 32 for directions
  • Open-Ended Articulation Practice - Pot Full of Goo (pages 35 & 36)
  • Have your child say his or her target sound and then use a bingo marker to color each dot.
  • Mime Theater – See page 37 for directions.
  • Tele-therapy Suggestions/Adaptations – See page 38 for ideas.


Related resources? Check these out:

Goodnight Moon & Goodnight Goon BUNDLE - SPEECH THERAPY

Goodnight Moon -Book Companion - Toddlers & Preschoolers - Speech Therapy

Good Night and Good Morning /g/ Articulation Game for Speech Therapy


About the SLP:

Kimberly Scanlon, MA, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and has earned 4 awards for continuing education (ACE). She is also the author of the best selling book, “My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development”, the interactive picture book, “Learning to Read is a Ball”, and “My Toddler's First Words: A Step-By-Step Guide to Jump-Start, Track, and Expand Your Toddler's Language”.

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