The Little White Owl tells the story of a lonely, plain, and curious little owl that travels far away from his home to see what the world is beyond his favorite branch in the cold forest. He finds beautifully decorated but grumpy, boring owls who are not interested in
meeting a plain little owl like him.
Read how through sharing and imagination, the little white owl makes friends in this language rich children’s book.
See this classic children’s story through the eyes of a Speech-Language Pathologist. Use it to enrich the language of the slow learner or second language learner in your classroom by following the activities provided in this unit.
This unit includes:
-23 pages of language and articulation activities
-Page by Page language prompts and cues
-Introducing new vocabulary
-Articulation drill sheets
-Role Play/Social “Pretend”
-Antonyms Flash Cards
-Printable/take home drill craft
Darla Gardner, MS, CCC-SLP