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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Book Companion to target main idea, inferencing, vocabulary, making sentences, editing sentences, category skills

Make your therapy session or lesson plan magical with the help of Harry and the gang. Here’s the good news: this packet is low ink and no prep. Here’s the GREAT news: you don’t need to be able to speak “snake” to use this packet. This packet is based off of the book “Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone” by J.K. Rowling. Please note: I am in no way affiliated with the book or author. You MUST first purchase “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” (by author J.K. Rowling) in order to use this product. This product is not a stand alone product.

For each chapter, the following worksheets are included (17 total chapters):
(1) Quills and Questions (answer 4 wh/ comprehension questions after reading chapter) + (1) answer key
(1) Hats Off! Vocabulary (write a definition for a target word after reading it in the chapter- page # provided) + (1) answer key
(1) Wave Your Wand! Antonyms (provide an antonym for a target word after reading it in the chapter- page # provided) + (1) answer key
(1) Wave Your Wand! Synonyms (provide a synonym for a target word after reading it in the chapter- page # provided) + (1) answer key
(2) Potions & Pronouns (the student will fill in the correct pronoun for each underlined word in a sentence; 1 page provided to target he/she/it/they; 1 page provided to target him/his, her/hers and them/ theirs)
(1) Can You Form Sentences Candles (form a sentence given a target word or words, 5 words per page)
(1) I’m Just Askin’ Jelly Beans (thought provoking questions from each chapter for open-ended language/ articulation use, i.e. Would you rather, What do you think, etc)
(1) Cauldrons & Categories (provide (3) items per group/ category based on the chapter ( #1-3). For #4, write the category for the items provided) + (1) answer key
(1) Object Function Owls (read chapter then answer: what do you use an item for, or what action does a character do?) + (1) answer key
(1) Hisssssing & Sequencing (sequence 4 written sentences in the correct order after reading chapter) + (1) answer key
(1) WAND-erful Inferences (after reading chapter, answer: Who am I? Where am I? What am I? How does he or she feel?)
+ (1) answer key

Articulation/ “Extras” Worksheets Also Included:
(1) Crystal (ball) Clear Articulation (Open-ended, targets initial, medial, & final positions of target sounds in words while reading)
(2) Toad-ally Perfect Speech (Open- ended for word and sentence level practice from story with target sound or sounds)
(1) Spin-a-Web Character Description (Open-ended to use with any character in any chapter)
(2) Oh Rats! Let’s Review (1 open-ended page to target summarizing what happened in the chapter using first/ next/ then/ last;
1 open-ended page to allow student to write the main idea of the chapter and list supporting details)
(2) Phone Booth Following Directions (following multi-step written directions containing a variety of embedded concepts)
(1) Cast-a-Spell Comparing & Contrasting (Open-ended, compare and contrast 2 characters after reading a chapter)
(1) Home Practice with Harry (Open-ended letter to send home with boxes to check for home carryover practice)
(1) Very “Harry” Verbs (Open-ended worksheet for use with any chapter to target writing the past/ present/ future tense form of verbs)

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Key Words: speech therapy, special education, receptive language, expressive language

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