Do you want to use literature-based materials with mixed groups? Don't have time to print, cut, and laminate? Well, here you go! Use this digital book companion to supplement your read aloud of How I Spent My Summer Vacation by Mark Teague and address a variety of speech and language goals. How I Spent My Summer Vacation is a great read aloud for back to school.
Three OPTIONAL bonus print activities are included: point collector score cards, dot art sheet, and a story sequence scramble worksheet.
Skills addressed in this book companion include:
Articulation - /s/, "th,"/l/, /r/, /k/, and /f/: 10 words for each sound provided for students to practice sounds
Answering wh- questions about the story: 10 basic questions about the story provided; students click on correct answer from a field of 3 choices
Stating object functions: 10 pictures of objects provided; students state the function of the objects
Vocabulary: 10 words chosen from the story; students choose correct definition from a field of two choices
Multiple meaning words: 5 words from story; 2 sentences for each word provided; students explain the meanings of the words in each sentence
Similarities and Differences: 5 sets of words to compare provided; students state one similarity and one difference
Attributes: 10 pictures provided; students state attributes for given objects (the number of attributes is left blank so therapist can make that decision)
What Doesn’t Belong: 10 sets of three pictures provided; students identify the picture that does not belong in the group
Stating word associations: 10 categories provided; students state items for the given category (the number of items is left blank so therapist can make that decision)
How to use this digital book companion:
1. Download the PDF file to your computer. Navigate the file in Adobe on your computer with students (go to step #4) OR use on your iPad (go to step #2).
2. Email the PDF file to yourself.
3. Open the email on your iPad in Adobe.
4. Scroll through the file to slide 6.
5. Click on desired “decks.”
6. Use “Home,” “Back,” “Next,” and “Previous” buttons to navigate through the various skills as needed. (When a slide does not have a “Next” button available (and only has “Home” and “Previous,” that means it’s the last slide in that deck.)
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